THE Magazine for Model Engineers
Launched in 1979, Engineering in Miniature has established a reputation for its quality of articles and drawings and is highly respected for its technical content.
Published monthly it features construction articles on all aspects of model engineering. These articles describe the construction of scale model locomotives, steam road vehicles, stationary, marine, petrol and hot air engines, clocks plus of course numerous model engineer workshop projects, tooling and machinery.
In the March issue of Engineering in Miniature
* 16-year-old Sam Ridley begins reviving a Winson kit bought used – was it a real bargain?
* Peter Kenington reveals 21st century methods of measuring thread sizes
* Peter′s son Matthew continues his beginner′s engine build with some helpful lathe advice
* Jan-Eric Nystrom works on cab plates for his 7.25-inch gauge 10-wheeler
* Rodger Bradley tells the tale of steam power in the Lancashire cotton industry
* Geoff Ball makes a simple but useful more taper tapping tool
* Stuart Rothwell revives a 60-year idle petrol engine as a lockdown project
* and much more..