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"On the Cover Supersize Me This month’s cover shows Brian Wood with an enormous extended drill for making a long hole through the stone tower of his local church. For the full story see page 33. A Lathe Saddle Multi Stop This versatile stop designed by Roger Vane for the Myford Super 7 is adaptable to most other similarly sized lathes. Taming the ‘Universal’ Tool and Cutter Grinder Graham Sadler looks at sharpening slitting saws and end mills. Milling for Beginners Indexing and Dividing with Jason Ballamy. A Simple Storage Solution for Quick Change Toolpost Holders Roger Froud shows how to make a simple but useful rack for your ever-expanding toolholder collection. Theasby’s Wrinkles Geoff Theasby has obtained a pass out from Model Engineer’s Club News pages to share some of his wisdom with MEW readers. Mounting a Drill Chuck on a Tapered Arbour Pete Barker shows how a more methodical approach to this apparently simple task can ensure a truly secure fit. An Eleven Inch Rotary Table Richard Wightman completes this oversize accessory. How Alibre Complements My Workshop Tools Stephen King has used CAD and laser cutting to produce parts for a model WW1 Whippet tank. Triboelectric Powder Coating for the Home Workshop Although rarely used in home workshops, Chris Gabel argues that powder coating is practical and gives excellent results. Dewhurst Drum Switch Repair If your Dewhurst Switch has given up the ghost, follow Glyn Davies’ guide to replacing the internals with a modern alternative while keeping the original appearance. True Metric Pitches using an 8tpi Leadscrew, or the Story of a Wonderful Gear Eric Clark cuts metric threads on a 117 year old lathe. Making some Gimmel Rings Gimmel has the same root as ‘Gemini’, so there’s a clue to the challenging task Gary Wooding took on."

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