Engineering in Miniature
Warners Group Publications
Archived since January 2005 Not set
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 April issue of Engineering in Miniature we look at a wide range of model building and refurbishing techniques, led by Rich Wightman who shows how he made a tool to enable him to fold large sections of metal plate on his loco project.
Stephen Terris sets out to fiinish a Gauge one loco kit he gave away part-built, and then got back several years later.
Roy Preston concludes his in-depth study on the workings of miniature injectors
The Keningtons make the water taps for their ride-on tender
Tech Ed Harry Billmore is still getting lots done without his workshop
And we have rebuilds varying from a 5-inch gauge tipper truck to a 15-inch gauge carriage.
All this, the latest club news and dates, and much more.
Subjects: Engineering, Hobby
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- First Issue: January 2005
- Latest Issue: April 2023
- Issue Count: 220
- Published: Not set