August 2020


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Jan-Eric Nystrom is busy this month. Firstly he reveals some of the technical issues he has overcome over 20 years in the hobby. He also makes the unusual propane burners for his 7.25-inch gauge ten-wheeler, and he delves into the science within that element essential to our hobby, water. Bill Edmondson discusses 'Mountaineer', a classic loco he is building in 3.5-inch gauge, Rich Wightman experiments with coatings to prevent corrosion plus we have loads more great content.

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This month's edition of Engineering in Miniature contains plenty to inform, amuse and teach whether you're a novice model engineer or one of many years' experience.
Jan-Eric Nystrom is busy this month. Firstly he reveals some of the technical issues he has overcome over 20 years in the hobby. He also makes the unusual propane burners for his 7.25-inch gauge ten-wheeler, and he delves into the science within that element essential to our hobby, water.
Our resident researchers into 3D printing, Peter and Matthew Kenington, make a clever collet for conducting awkward drilling operations. Edward Parrott describes a highly useful milling vice stop ideal as a first workshop project. Bill Edmondson discusses 'Mountaineer', a classic loco he is building in 3.5-inch gauge and Rich Wightman experiments with coatings to prevent corrosion.
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