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On the Cover This month’s issue shows the swarf flying as a cutter held in one of Ian Johnson’s KX-1 quick-change holders gets to work. His simple system could provide a big help to other users of benchtop CNC machines. A Lathe Mandrel Back Stop for a Myford Lathe Peter Hodgkinson describes this aid to accuracy made for an ML10 lathe which should also fit the ML7 lathe. Making D Bits for Injectors Stewart Hart describes how to use a grinding to make accurate taper tooling. Shaping A Keyway Richard Lofting describes the making of a special tool to cut an internal keyway on a shaper. Beginners’ Workshop In this issue Geometer looks at the applications of non-standard shaped files for wood and metal. Mini Lathe Spindle Improvements and Modifications Mike Cox commences a series of three related articles on spindle modifications for the popular Mini Lathes with a useful spindle extension. Introducing Drilling Machines Advice for beginners on benchtop drilling machines and their use. Cutting Oils New Zealand correspondent, Peter King, gets some thoughts about coolants and cutting oils off his chest. Model Engineers’ Workshop Data Book Metal Bending is the subject of this month’s data book pages. Quick change tool system for my Sieg KX1 CNC mill Fitting a Screwcutting Clutch to the Emco Maximat Super 11 Graham Meek describes an accessory thirty-three years in the making. Bandsaw Blade Silver Soldering Station Will Doggett describes a useful workshop tool for all bandsaw users. Developing an Edge Finder Roger Vane continues his detailed description of an electronic edge finder, with instructions so you can make your own. Plus all your regular favourites!

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