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"MEW April Copy Don’t be fooled! The April issue of Model Engineers' Workshop, number 227 is on sale now – and it’s even bigger with eight extra pages of feature content! The cover features Paul Zeusche’s marvellous old Cincinnatti Mill after his major makeover described in BREATHING LIFE INTO AN OLDER MILL. Highlights of this bumper issue include: RECONDITIONING A PEDESTAL DRILLING MACHINE - Chris Smith brings a much abused machine back up to scratch. ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE - Clive Barker tells the story of a his home-built lathe REBUILDING THE MEDWAY QUEEN - Richard Halton describes a bigger than usual engineering challenge. THREADED INSERTS AND OTHER HOT TOPICS - Mark Noel tests his machine and describes the ultimate workshop accessory the world famous ThermoCoaster. USEFUL MINI VICE - Brian Moseley completes this neat and flexible vice. MODEL ENGINEERS’ WORKSHOP INDEX - The index for issues 213 to 224 compiled by Barry Chamberlain. MAKING A CLOCK DEPTHING TOOL - Glen Bunt describes a useful accessory for horologically minded readers, or indeed anyone making small geared mechanisms. IMPROVEMENTS TO A POPULAR BANDSAW - Mike Cox is back with a selection of useful modifications to up the performance and usability of a 4x6 bandsaw. AN ELECTRICALLY BRAKED WALKER - What is it like to take on a project for Remap in your workshop? Sue and Duncan Loutitt tell us about one of their recent projects. CONVERTING A TAILSTOCK - Alan Hearsum increases the capabilities of his Drummond lathe. REPAIRING ROB’S OLD DRESSING TABLE - Peter Shaw faces some metalworking challenges and passes on some workshop wisdom. THE FULL MONTY - Strange goings on in the basement as Steve Roberts strips his Grizzly Lathe ‘bear’. Plus: Win great prizes in our FREE 25th ANNIVERSARY PHOTO COMPETITION - can you capture the ‘spirit of home-workshop engineering? More workshop wrinkles our regular monthly READERS’ TIPS competition. ...and yes there’s even more!

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