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"John Arrowsmith provides an overview of this year’s Midlands model engineering exhibition, held at the Warwickshire Events Centre. Mike Tilby discusses the design of nozzles for miniature steam turbines. Doug Hewson makes a set of eccentric straps and rods, along with associated parts, for his redesign of LBSC’s 5 inch gauge GWR pannier tank. John Moorhouse shows how two singing birds can be concealed within a miniature enamelled violin. Julie Williams takes us on a tour of LOWMEX, the Lowestoft model engineering exhibition organised by the Halesworth Model Engineering Society. Luker explains how you can set up your own foundry at home, beginning with the design and construction of a suitable furnace. Chris Gunn applies paint and lining to the tender of his 6 inch Garrett 4CD tractor. Graham Sadler concludes his account of the conversion of his SIEG SX2 milling machine to CNC with a few worked examples. Mike Nicholson remembers a ship he used to sail in and decides to make a model of it. Terence Holland tackles the problem of getting water into the boilers of his 5 inch gauge Barclay well tanks. Mark Rudall reflects on the rather fuzzy boundary between model and full-size engineering."

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