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On the Cover A Bridgeport milling machine is lightly built by industrial standards, but probably the largest practical option for a hobby workshop. Our introductory article on page 42 offers advice for beginners on milling machines and some of the different cutters you will encounter. More Versatility for the Diamond Tool Holder A guide to adapting this popular toolholder for smaller toolbits from R. Finch. Building the Noci ELS Duncan Webster fitted an electronic leadscrew to his lathe after seeing Joe Noci’s build log on our forum. Theasby’s Wrinkles Geoff Theasby makes a heavy duty hinge for an awkward spot. A Digital Readout for A Myford Series 7 Lathe Jacques Van Damme fits wire encoders and Bluetooth to bring his lathe into the 21st century. Obituary: David Piddington We mark the passing of a respected designer of models and workshop tooling. Beginners’ Workshop In this issue Geometer looks at sharpening some workshop tools. Model Engineers’ Workshop Data Book This month’s data book pages cover a range of different screw threads. Developing an Edge Finder Roger Vane concludes his detailed description of an electronic edge finder, with instructions so you can make your own. An Easy Tapping Guide A essential accessory for every workshop for you to make, explained by Bob McMenemie. A Vertical Drilling/Milling Slide for The Small Lathe Terry Gorin describes a the construction of a vertical slide to suit most small lathes. Testing a Three Phase Motor David Dunn demonstrates a circuit to generate a basic three phase supply from a single phase one. Fitting a Screwcutting Clutch to the Emco Maximat Super 11 Graham Meek gives further details of this intriguing device. Plus all your regular favourites!

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