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On the Cover of our Spindle Special - Adrian Garner was frustrated with the complexity of setting up his Arrand Spindle, so he motorised it, see page 49. Look for more spindle related articles throughout this issue. High Speed Drilling Attachment for Mill or Lathe Stewart Hart describes this relatively simple to construct solution for using small drills. Minilathe spindle modifications and improvements. In the final part of this brief series, Mike Cox describes a useful spindle back stop. My Chester Champion 16V Mill David George reports back on his first few months with a new milling machine. A Drill and Collet Chuck Remover Mike Havard explains how to protect your spindle with a quick-release chuck remover using the opposed wedge principle. Beginners’ Workshop In this issue Geometer looks at keys and driving pins, useful for anyone planning to make a powered spindle. Sieg SX3 Fine Feed Adrian Revill tunes up the spindle feed arrangements on this popular milling machine. A Simple Toolholder Rack Mike Philpotts shows how to make a neat toolholder rack by repurposing easily available alloy extrusions. Planning a Workshop for Beginners Do you have your first workshop in mind? Here’s useful advice on issues you will have to consider. Model Engineers’ Workshop Data Book This month’s data book pages have some more useful formulas. The Basics of 230/400V ac Electricity in Simple Terms Expert Steve Skelton brings some clarity to the subject of electrical supplies, with the accent on safety. Back To the Scrap Box SMAC looks at some everyday materials that will supplement the contents of the scrap box. Fixing a Mistake (well two actually) Laurie Leonard made a couple of boo-boos when making a Moxon vice, here’s how he put them right. Plus all your regular favourites!

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