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"On the Cover Just because a machine is old, and even worn, doesn’t mean it’s ready for the scrapheap. But how can you make an informed assessment of its condition? Peter Barker takes readers through checking wear on an old Myford ML7. See Assessing Myford Bed and Saddle Wear on page 53 for the full story. Mike’s Workshop Michael Cox explains a simplified method for making your own gear cutters. Reversing a Compound Table Frustrated by a table that went the ‘wrong’ way, John Crammond decided to make a simple reversing gearbox. A Boring and Milling Head Lathe Attachment Kevin Barry wonders why no-one has ever made a horizontal boring attachment for lathes as an alternative to vertical mill heads? A Second Cross Slide Leadscrew Peter Shaw explains the thinking behind making dial rings for his replacement leadscrew. Milling for Beginners This month, how to get the best out of a rotary table, with Jason Ballamy. Freeing a Taper Staying with a rotary table these, Laurie Leonard got frustrated by a stubborn MT bush and came up with a useful removal accessory. Dragon’s Den or Dream Workshop Des Bromilow has got his new workshop erected, this month he installs the electrics. A Cutting Tool Clean Up Procedure Nine times out of ten, blunt HSS tools can be restored to good condition with a gentle touch up rather than a complete regrind. Ron Wright shows you how. Improving an Inexpensive Milling Machine Vice R. Finch adds lubrication points to a low-cost machine vice. A Workshop Press We start a short series on making a workshop press tool, from Will Doggett. Fitting A Square Peg in A Round Hole John Hinkley introduces his way of holding square stock in a circular collet. Theasby’s Wrinkles Geoff Theasby makes a flexible coupler for one of his radio projects. Plus all your favourite regular features."

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