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"On the Cover This year’s Doncaster Exhibition attracted plenty of tooling, this selection was made by Mike Sayers to help with construction of his stunning Bentley engine, one of the winners in the Model Engineer competition. See this month’s Ed’s Bench on page 3 for more details. Contents Tailstock Tapping Device Brett Meacle describes a neat sliding tailstock tap holder that incorporates ER collets to easily cope with different size taps. A Micrometer Roller Box Held over from the last issue, we are pleased to present Howard Lewis’ easily adjusted tool for running down thin stock. A Faceplate The gift of a nice slice of aluminium alloy inspired Stewart Hart to make a useful multi-hole faceplate. Mill RPM Display Andrew Carruthers fits a popular module to his mill including a neat 3D printed case. A Combined Scroll Saw and Filling Attachment for your Lathe Mogens Kilde completes this useful combined attachment. Brazing of Steel Keith Hale returns with more sage advice on joining metals in the home workshop. A Digital Source Select Switch for a DRO Console Andy Prior has come up with an elegant solution for sharing one display console between two machines. Lathework for Beginners Neil Wyatt concludes this series by offering some final advice and tips for new lathe users. Mikes Workshop This month Michael Cox shows how to make a large diameter mandrel handle for your lathe spindle. Theasby’s Wrinkles Geoff makes a simple but effective template for setting out holes in a case panel. WM 16 Spindle Hold R. Finch has made a simple spindle hold device for this popular benchtop milling machine. LOWMEX 2018 Julie Williams reports on tooling related exhibits at this popular regional model engineering exhibition. Improving an Angle Tightening Attachment Jacques Maurel makes an unreliable angle gauge into a reliable bit of kit with a straightforward modification. Plus all your regular favourites!"

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