Archive for January, 2011
There’s lots of resource on the web for model engineers and quite a few blogs that were started and ran for a few months. Here’s a few I’ve recently found that have stayed the course and are still quite active.
I was watching an old episode of Wallace and Gromit World of invention and saw a piece about one of the people who is working on improving electric motors. Cedric Lynch inventor from Potters Bar has been working on his
This weekend was the PSTOIC Christmas dinner and the theme was “Something Magical”. Not having time to come up with something home made I headed over to Trafalgar Square and down into the subway to Davenport’s Magic. I had a
Portland’s scarlet star studios are home to Gretchin Lair & Sven Bonnichsen and are visited by a range of other creative types and artists. Sven is a machinist and animator and makes his own armatures, puppets and sets. As a
Thanks to an Axminster Gift token I’ve treated myself to a small cross-vice. I plan to use it for drilling holes accurately and for light milling. A drill press should not really be used for milling as sideways pressure will
Later this month is another model engineering exhibition, this time it’s the London Model Engineering Exhibition and it’s on Friday 21 January 2011 to Sunday 23 January 2011 Great Hall, Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London, N22 7AY As previously