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"On the Cover This month’s rather striking image come’s from Mike Cox who shows you how to fit ‘Angel Eyes’ to your milling machine in Mike’s Workshop on page 18. Contents A Travelling Steady The generic 9x20 hobby lathes are popular among MEW readers, but John Hinkley’s innovative travelling steady can be adapted for other larger machines as well. A Second Cross-Slide Leadscrew Peter Shaw fits a new handwheel to complete his new leadscrew assembly. A Combined Scroll Saw and File Attachment for Your Lathe Mogens Kilde’s guide to aid beginners and the more experienced in making this useful attachment. Myford ML7 Wide Guide Conversion Pete Barker explains this classic modification for early Myford series 7 lathes, originally described by J. A. Radford in the pages of Model Engineer. Milling for Beginners Jason Ballamy looks at backlash compensation and demonstrates boring and tapping. The Tale of a Turret Mill Peter King picked up a bargain but had to spend some time getting to the bottom of some unusual faults. A Workshop Press Will Doggett completes his workshop press tool. A Clarkson Deadlock Mandrel John Fawcett shows you how to make the special holders for these shell end mills. Plus all your regular favourites!"

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