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"On the Cover This month’s cover features Mike Cox winner of the Stevenson Trophy in 2019. Mike is seen in his small but well equipped workshop with his much modified X1 mill and Mini lathe. Many of Mike’s tools and accessories have appeared in MEW over the years. This year’s competition entries are featured starting on page 56. A “Special Buy” Pulley Block Set Martin Berry turns a supermarket weight set into a block and tackle arrangement for moving machinery. An Engineer’s Level This guide to making a precision level using castings and a vial from CES offers a great alternative to buying an expensive ready made item. Bored with the Covid-19 Lockdown? Peter King in New Zealand has certainly found plenty to keep him occupied, bringing order to workshop chaos. A Simple Indexing Device This design by John Hinkley maybe relatively simple, but a cunning arrangement means it can index any whole number of degrees. Index to Issues 285 to 296 of MEW Once again Barry Chamberlain has been busy compiling a different kind of index. Desk top Gear Hobbing Toby Kinsey concludes the making of this Arduino-based gear cutting machine. Elegant Pipework Relatively simple but requiring accurate work, this pipe bending device by Derek Brown can give excellent results. A 5” Diameter Rotary Table Ian Strickland continues his series on building this robust and accurate tool. The 2020 Stevenson Trophy Competition Read about all the entries to this years’ competition and decide which you will vote for."

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