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"On the Cover This month’s cover shows Ian Johnson’s quick change tool system making the swarf fly on his SIEG KX1 CNC mill. A Tailstock Tap and Die Holder Terry Gorin returns with another useful accessory for the Unimat SL1000 that can easily be modified for other small lathes. Three Way Toolpost Revisiting David Lammas’ simple but revolutionary design. Improvement to Pan Folder Stewart Hart shows how to improve the usability and accuracy of a sheet metal bending tool. Screws and How to Fit Them Geometer explains how to use screws with various different types of head. New Bearings for a Tom Senior Vertical Milling Attachment Laurie Leonard tackles a job that turns out to have a few surprises in store. Drilling Holes on a Diameter John Garnish shares his approach to speeding up a tricky task often encountered on REMAP jobs. A Work-Holding Sub Table Rod Renshaw looks at the uses of this accuracy-enhancing pillar drill accessory. How I Became a Contributor to MEW Peter Shaw recounts how he came to write for the magazine and encourages other readers to have a go. Buying and Improving a Workshop Shed Our guide to selecting a garden workshop, plus a simple guide to improving security. From the Archives - Twist Drill Sharpening by the Four Facet Method Revisiting a simple but effective jig by Giles Parkes. A 5” Diameter Rotary Table Ian Strickland concludes his build of this accurate and elegant piece of tooling. Pipe Bending – Amended Figures Several readers reported problems with the dimensions in MEW 297’s article about Derek Brown’s pipe bender. An Aid to Cutting Corners on a Bandsaw Richard T. Smith puts the finishing touches to his ‘attachment for an attachment’ and modifies it to hold hole-free blanks. Benches Stub Mandrel offers a take on what makes a good workshop bench, and offers a method of construction for making your own. Plus all your regular favourites!"

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