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"On the Cover Our cover shows the selection of press tools Will Doggett has made for his workshop pneumatic press, find out more on page 46. Shaping up an Adept Howard Lewis brings one of these ageing but very practical hand shapers back into working fettle. Beginner’s Guide to Tailstock Alignment An essential guide that every owner of a new lathe should read. The Simplicity Jig No.1 In the first of a series of articles, John Harding introduces the first of a series of useful grinding accessories. A Small Shop Sand Blasting Cabinet A nice compact design that’s still capable of allowing work on sizeable hand held parts designed by Graham Meek. Mike’s Workshop Mike Cox suggest an inexpensive source of depth gauges. More Thoughts on Tachometers Noel Shelley follows up on the recent article by Andy Carruthers. The Modular Dividing head Ted Hansen continues this useful guide to making and using your own dividing head in Part 2. Repairing a Bicycle Crank Alex du Pre used high-strength retainer to achieve a lasting repair for this component which is subject to ‘cycling loads’. A Guided Power Feed for a Warco Bandsaw Richard T. Smith continues his guide to making this pneumatic feed arrangement. An Exercise in CAD – or How to Draw (Internal) Gears Peter Shaw sets out his method for approaching a task which can seem more than a little challenging at first sight. Plus all your regular favourites!"

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