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"On the Cover Our cover shows Martin Berry’s Jones and Shipman surface grinder on board a six-wheeled truck journeying to his workshop. For the full story of its epic journey. A Dore Westbury Head on a Tom Senior M1 Mill Alan Jackson returns with the tale of his ‘Frankenstein’ hybrid milling machine. Two Hundred and Twenty Drawbars and an Extractor Peter Shaw makes some well engineered drawbars for MT3 tooling. A Radio Amateurs Workshop Shaun O’Sullivan looks at how his engineering tools support his main hobby. Myford Tailstock Bed Ways Refurbishment Pete Barker explains how to use the cross-slide of an ML7 as an impromptu shaper and refinish its own bed. A New Range of Inserted Tip Milling Cutters Jason Ballamy looks at these new products for Arc Euro Trade. WM 16 Spindle Hold R. Finch concludes the construction of his simple spindle hold device for this popular benchtop milling machine. Theasby’s Wrinkles This issue Geoff Theasby takes a look at component storage. The Modular Dividing head Ted Hansen takes a new approach inspired by a 1966 Model Engineer article by Martin Cleeve. A Guided Power Feed for a Warco Bandsaw Richard T. Smith explains his unusual pneumatic feed arrangement. Milling for Beginners Jason Ballamy concludes his long-running beginners series by explaining how to machine irregularly shaped castings. Damage to Myford Super 7 Back Gear Another S7 damaged by grease in the oil ways. Brian Wood sorts it out. Tooling: A System Approach Stewart Hart looks at one way he has been able to rationalise his workshop tooling. Plus all your regular favourites!"

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