Tim Hunkin’s new series, The Secret Life of Components looks at the components used in many of his machines and describes how to choose and use them.
In the old Workshopshed I had an Industrial style clock on the wall. For the new workshop, I decided to give it an upgrade.
As mentioned earlier this week I’ve just swapped in a new PC as my old one died on me, then recycled the old one. My daughter and I also built and filmed a Rube Goldberg machine. After several false starts
Workshopshed reader John Fawcett has sent in some fantastic pictures of mechanical elephants and the Luneside factory that made them. Rajah the Elephant was made by Luneside engineers in the 1950s and returned to the site in 2013. Here’s John,
Due to the popularity of the Welding the Elephant post, we’ve decided to publish a new weekly magazine and kit so you can weld your own elephant. Each edition will include parts and instructions to build a sub-assembly such as
Veteran metal worker Harold Hall is well known for his magazine articles and books. He’s recently turned to Youtube and has been creating videos of his projects and tools. Each of the short videos explains the parts of the tool
“A selection of gadgets to assist the Model Engineer” by H. Maurice Turnbull This book was first published last year and is a large format booklet style publication of just 50 or so pages with a good clear selection of
I’ve always held a facination for ball clocks, they are not known to be particularly accurate timekeepers but the movement of the balls facinates me. I particularly like watching them when they got to 12:59 when all the balls reset