In this follow-up to Making Small Workshop Tools (Workshop Practice Series No.14), the former editor of Model Engineer’s Workshop magazine presents another collection of fifteen invaluable additions to the model engineer’s armoury of tools and equipment. This practical collection covers benchwork, the lathe and milling operations and includes marking-out and machining aids plus a simple filing machine and an unusual milling vice.
Fully dimensioned drawings, descriptive text and photographs accompany each project in the book.
Contents: Micrometer Stand; Finger Plates; Depth Gauges; Finger Clamps; Cross Drilling Jigs; Filing Machine; Setting Up Aid; Hand Turning Rest; Small Slotting Tool; External Chuck Stop; Internal Chuck Stop; Rear Mounted Tool Posts; Tailstock Mounted Knurling Tool; Self-Releasing Mandrel Handle; Improved Milling Vice.
Stan Bray has written a number of books on model engineering and was editor of Model Engineers’ Workshop and assistant editor of Model Engineer magazines.
Originally published by Nexus Special Interests Ltd in 2000
Special Interest Model Books edition published in 2012
210 x 148 mm
41 black and white photographs
115 scale plans & line drawings