I just spotted that there are three new books in the Workshop Practice Series.
The first No. 41 expands and complements the existing books bringing in a new topic of grinding, honing and polishing.
No. 42 is a data book by Harold Hall, however it is not just full of dull tables with over 100 sketches and technical drawings. Harold Hall has contributed to many of this series and is regular writer for magazines such as Model Engineers’ Workshop. It will be available on 1st November.
No. 43 will also be available on 1st Nov and covers the topic of the Mini-lathe. Like myself many model makers and model engineers have a smaller sized lathe and this book covers topics such as setting up, various operations, improving rigidity and other enhancements, and making accessories such a dividing head or part off tool.
You can preorder these from places like Amazon, Foyles or Camden Steam books.