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Our cover shows Mark Noel’s MEWsonic ultrasonic cleaning tank. See Constructing the MEWsonic: a homemade ultrasonic cleaner with detailed instructions on how to make a powerful sonic cleaning tank for your workshop. A Simple Scratch Gauge Jim Binnie offers this handy little tool that gives greater precision and accuracy when you need to mark parallel to an edge. Harold Hall’s Grinding Rest Probably one of the most well remembered tool builds published in MEW. Many readers have made this device to add precision to a standard bench grinder or devised their own versions of it. New Motion Nuts for a Tom Senior M1 Laurie Leonard replaced the worn and battered feed nuts in his otherwise very nice old mill. Home Made Precision Optics This article by Stan Bray appeared in the very first issue of MEW; you won’t argue with the usefulness of these handy tools. Machine of the Future Geoff Harding muses on lathes of the future, inspired by his Murad Bormilathe. Desk top Gear Hobbing In this month’s instalment, Toby Kinsey looks at the electronics for this gear hobber. Cherry Hill’s Workshop Concluding the 2008 exclusive interview with Cherry Hill which previously only appeared in a special magazine with limited distribution. The Rawson Divider With a different take on electronic dividing Adrian Rawson details his ‘intelligent’ device. Geometer Ian Bradley offers advice to beginners on using taps and dies – although in 1954 he assumed we wouldn’t need metric threads! Starrett-Type Clamps for Model Engineers Stewart Hart completes this handy device inspired by a 19th century design. Readers’ Workshops Andrew Johnston gives us a tour of his comprehensively equipped workshop, sized to tackle large scale traction engine models. Plus all your regular favourites!

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