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On the Cover This month’s cover shows Tony Jeffree’s unconventional ‘scarecrow’ on the isle of Mull. See page 58 to discover the workshop shenanigans behind its creation. Developing an Edge Finder Roger Vane goes through his process of designing an electronic edge finder, together with detailed drawings so that you can make your own. Measuring and Marking out An introduction to engineering measuring tools and their uses. An Offset Tailstock for a Unimat Lathe Terry Gorin has deigned another useful accessory, easily adaptable for many smaller lathes. How to Set Up a Spin Indexer Stewart Hart takes us through the steps needed to get the best out of these aids to rapid rotary indexing. A Brazing Hearth for a Tenner The neat wall-mounted hearth is an excellent addition to any workshop. Model Engineers’ Workshop Data Book More data on thread forms and useful geometry, as well as information on drill size equivalents. Reader’s Workshop Jason Ballamy gives us a tour around his well organised workshop with a mix of manual and CNC machine tools. What Lies Beneath a World Class Museum We conclude our look behind the scenes at the the Rahmi M. Koç Museum in Istanbul with more photos and advice on visiting. Sheet Metal Working Sheet metal work requires a different set of skills and equipment to most of our workshop activities. We take a look some of the equipment needed. Looking after your Myford Super 7 Eric Clark offers further useful advice to owners of these popular machines. Beginners’ Workshop Geometer gives advice on marking out centres, squares and hexagons to complement some of this month’s data sheets. Plus all your regular favourites!

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