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  1. #16
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    I haven't bought a magazine in years, I just use google, YouTube and forums these days, seems to cover all my needs.

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    Just recently picked up the latest 2 issues of MEW. Issue 268 has a few I think interesting articles, one being converting a Caliper to a height gauge, another understanding thread dial indicators, and a solution for safer parting off.
    Issue 269 also has some interesting articles, Tools from Trash a couple of polisher/sanders from a shaver and a hand held electric beater, Photograhic Lighting for the Workshop and a short article on boring accurate internal recesses.
    Also an article on an Indexing Modification for a Tailstock Turret.
    Kryn
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    Received issue 270 today.
    With the usual interesting articles. For those with a Myford lathe; metric Overlays for the imperial thread cutting gearbox. An indexing head for the Unimat SL1000, a stepper motor driven toolchanger, Two useful worksop phone apps. Production Runs on the Lathe, a Sine Bar Angle Setting Gauge plus Lathework for the Beginner and for those that like the Horological side of things, Making the Ratchet Click Spring of a Mechanical Clock.
    Kryn
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    Which one has the heat treatment/curing oven article

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    Hi China,
    That article is in issue 267.
    Kryn
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    Looking forward to the read on Differential Dividing Head and the home built one..

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    Received the latest MEW issue 271 today.
    Some really interesting articles in it, using a refrigerator compressor as a mini-comressor system for airbrushing, spray coolant and air, blowing off swarf etc. using a home made nozzle. As it runs very low pressure, swarf etc isn't blown everywhere, nor into crevices, etc.
    An interesing article on milling a curved groove, without a ball end mill, and an article on abuse to innocent Bridgeports, basically pushing the envelope of one to cut an internal keyway.
    Making a threading indicator for a lathe.
    Plus the continuation of a stepper motor driven tool changer for a small CNC lathe.
    Kryn
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