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"On the Cover This month’s cover shows an embryo steam engine cylinder emerging from a cast iron bar, making use of Stub Mandrel’s X2 mill and workshop-made rotary table. Stub explains his approach to milling a complex shape on page 28. An Aid to Cutting Corners on a Bandsaw Richard T. Smith describes how to make and use what he calls an ‘attachment for an attachment’. Using Standard Masonry Bits with as SDS Hammer Drill Jacques Maurel explains and improves adaptors for using ordinary chucks with SDS. Making Grit Blasting Cabinets Continued from issue 296, Stuart Walker concludes his article on larger capacity grit cabinets. A Chucking Problem John Pooler makes a fixture to rescue a vintage watch. Soft Soldering This archive article from Geometer underlines how, unlike many aspects of our hobby, the art of soft soldering has changed in the last sixty or so years. A Temporary Coupling Des Bromilow uses a wooden jury-rig to test a gearbox. A Work-Holding Sub Table Rod Renshaw achieves more accurate results with this accessory for this pillar drill. A Vertical Alignment Device for the Emco Compact 5 Graham Meek tells the story behind an essential aid for owners of Emco and Toyo round-column mills. A Simple Indexing Device John Hinkley completes the build of his flexible indexing device. A 5” Diameter Rotary Table Ian Strickland continues his build of this accurate and elegant piece of tooling. Gear Hobbing in the Workshop Ivan Law explains the background to this useful technique for generating gears that needs just one cutter for each pitch."

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