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This month’s cover shows the final stages of machining an internal step chuck, one of several useful designs explained by Brett Meacle in his two-part article which starts this issue. Improved Low-Speed Torque for a Variable Speed Lathe Alan Wain demonstrates how to make an intermediate pulley to give belt driven lathes more grunt. Prototype Tooling System – Large Boring Bar A new addition to Richard T. Smith’s tooling system. Alibre Atom3D This month Rob Footitt looks at generating helical features in Atom3D. Unusual Chucks from The Past Inspired by some older designs, Brett Meacle The Beginner’s Tale Keep it up. you’ll make it! Mike Aireton recalls his journey from confusion to clock-making. Milling for Beginners Jason Ballamy looks into holes. What will he find? Mike’s Workshop Mike Cox looks at a different approach to lathe speed control. Centec 2 Vertical Head Attachment Peter Worden explains how he completed this heavy-duty accessory. A Cam Grinding Machine Alex du Pre’s well-designed solution to simplify making single and multiple valve camshafts. Plus all your regular favourites!

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