Home Shop Machinist 2004 March April Removing broken taps & studs by welding

Home Shop Machinist 2004 March April Removing broken taps & studs by welding

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Home Shop Machinist 2004 March April Removing broken taps & studs by welding
 
The Home Shop Machinist 2004 March April Vol23 # 2 80 Pages
FEATURES
12 Removing Broken Taps and
Studs By Welding
J. Randolph Bulgin
16 Lathe Ball Making Accessory - Part Three
Robert L. Bailey
26 Make a Saddle/Carriage Clamp Lock
Steve Roberts
32 A Thread Cutting Stop
for South Bend Lathes
A. N. Eastwood
36 High Quality Project Cases
Robert Nance Dee, W21E
48 Moving an Enco RF-30 Mill-Drill... Twice
R. G. Sparber
51 Engine Configurations -
Planning an Engine Layout
George Genevro
72 2003 Volume Twenty-Two Index
DEPARTMENTS 4 From the Editor
Neil Knopf
8 Readers' Forum
44 The New Hand - Using the Wiggler for Drilling Accurately Located Holes
Forrest Addy
60 The Micro Machinist - Build the Radial Five - Part 6
Rudy Kouhoupt
64 Computers in the Shop - CAD Basics - Part One
Roland Friestad
70 The Third Hand
75 Chips & Sparks
78 First Look
79 Machinist's Marketplace 80 Advertisers' Index

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