Home Shop Machinist 1989 November December Making & Using a bench block

Home Shop Machinist 1989 November December Making & Using a bench block

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Home Shop Machinist 1989 November December Making & Using a bench block
 
The Home Shop Machinist 1989 November December Vol.8 #664 pages
FEATURES
20 Making the Lathe Safer
Jim Jedlicka
24 Accurate Quill Depth Control
for Mill/Drills
John A. Bodmer
29 Bench Block
Steve Acker
34 Panther Pup
John W. Reichart
40 Internal Keyways
Richard B. Walker
54 Tooling for the Micro Machinist
James Sprott
57 Otis Makes an Accurate Final Cut
L. C. Melton
DEPARTMENTS 2 From the Editor
Joe Rice
4 Readers' Forum 14 Chips & Sparks 16 Product Review
Edward G. Hoffman
18 Machine Shop Calculations - Right Triangles
Edward G. Hoffman
43 Computers in the Shop
Roland Friestad
48 The Micro Machinist - Tool Post Boring Bars
Rudy Kouhoupt
52 Jigs & Fixtures
Edward G. Hoffman
60 The Third Hand
61 Networking
62 Machinist's Marketplace
63 Advertisers' Index
64 First Look

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