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"On the Cover Ian Robinson’s massive Holbrook Lathe is capable of big and heavy work, while still achieving a high standard of precision. This project came about because of the need to thread a drive shaft for a veteran car. See page 17 for details of the project. A Quick Change Toolpost Mike Holmes makes a smaller-sized version for his Myford ML-210. Saddle Up and Take It Easy Richard T. Smith takes the hassle out of changing large chucks with a rail mounted winch. What to Do with a Slightly Damaged Calliper Bob Trethewey makes good use of a damaged unit to add a DRO to his lathe. A Four Way Rear Toolpost for the Engineers’ Toolroom BL12-24 Lathe A robust accessory for parting off and other purposes from Howard Lewis. Model Engineers’ Workshop Data Book This month’s data book pages cover some useful electrical formulas. The Chemistry of Brazing Fluxes and Acid Pickling Norman Billingham takes a more in-depth look at these chemicals, concluding with recommendations for the best choice of pickle. Materials in the Workshop Introducing some of the more commonly encountered materials found in the hobby workshop. Beginners’ Workshop In this issue Geometer explains various ways to bend pipes. 3 in 1 Rotary Table John Gittins concludes the construction of this flexible and effective device evolved from past examples in MEW. A Chassis Punch Details of hardening the punch, from Chris Gabel. Tufnol gear Graham Meek tackles the making of a helical gear in this interesting material. Universal Vice The final part of last month’s article by Jacques Maurel. Plus all your regular favourites!"

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