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"On the Cover - Rebuilding an MGB How do you restore a car whose sills have been packed out with building rubble? Fourth Editor, Dave Fenner, tells the story and describes some of the tools he used. This month’s cover shows Ian Johnson’s quick change tool system making the swarf fly on his SIEG KX1 CNC mill. A Tool Grinder James Perry describes the evolution of a grinder that ‘grew like topsy’, starting from the concept behind a Harold Hall design. The History of Model Engineers’ Workshop Articles looking back with Stan Bray and Geoff Sheppard, originally written for our 100th issue. Stepperhead 2 In the first of two instalments, Alan Jackson shares his thoughts on the further development of his prize winning lathe, which was the most ambitious project ever described in MEW. Riveting Geometer guides beginners on tools and techniques for forming rivets. Installing a Magnetic DRO on a Mini Lathe Keith Beaumont makes an excellent job of fitting accurate measuring scales to his lathe. How I became Editor of Model Engineers’ Workshop Magazine In a special piece written for this issue, the second Editor Harold Hall tells the story of a varied career that didn’t always go where he expected. 3D printing for Investment Castings Neil Wyatt, the present Editor gives a step by step guide to making your own ‘lost wax’ style castings. A Home Made Four-Jaw Chuck for the Lathe One of the outstanding designs to be published in MEW, this excellent article by Alan Jeeves, with full plans, first appeared in 1998. A Drawbar for a Mini Lathe Howard Lewis describes a useful self-ejecting drawbar adaptable for other small lathes and mills. Something for Nothing R. Finch brings a bargain find back into working fettle. A Lockdown Lathe John Crammond has filled his time by making a complete bench lathe to the classic design by L. C. Mason. Plus all your regular favourites!"

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