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By Stan Bray

A suite of 15 additions to the version engineer's armoury of instruments and gear from the previous editor of "Model Engineer's Workshop" journal. This sensible assortment covers benchwork, the lathe and milling operations, and contains: marking-out and machining aids; an easy motorized submitting laptop; an strange and more advantageous milling vice; a micrometer stand; inner and exterior chuck stops; move drilling jigs; a hand turning leisure; rear fastened toolposts; and a self-releasing mandrel deal with.

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Quartersawn white oak ⁄8 in. × 7⁄8 in. long Sand ends before installation 1 Leather scrap 6-in. com *Length includes 1/32-in. cleanup allowance at each end. A Ru s t i c Tr e a s u r e B ox 25 Cut the parts to size The most important thing in cutting the parts to size is that opposite sides of the box match in length. To achieve this level of precision, use a crosscut sled with a stop block clamped in place. If you don’t already have a crosscut sled, it’s worth investing the small amount of time it takes to make one.

After selecting the stock I use a tablesaw sled to cut the box parts to size, but you could also make these cuts using only the fence and miter gauge on your saw. That said, a good crosscut sled quickly becomes a go-to jig in your shop, so it’s worth taking the time to make one (See “Making a Crosscut Sled” on pp. 28–29). To make multiple cuts of exactly the same measurement, I use a stop block clamped to the tablesaw sled. Cut it to length Using a stop block clamped 1. Rip the stock for all four sides of the box to width at the tablesaw.

Lid, 3⁄ 8 in. x 21⁄4 in. x 101⁄ 8 in. Brass pin acts as a stop. Ends, 23⁄ 8 in. x 19⁄16 in. x 23⁄4 in. 2 in. 1⁄ 8-in. 23⁄4 in. box joint Bottom, 1⁄4 in. x 21⁄ 4 in. x 91⁄4 in. 8 3⁄4 in. Sides, 3⁄ 8 in. x 2 in. x 8 3⁄4 in. Bottom detail Tongue, 1⁄ 8 in. , fits into grooves on box sides and ends. materials Quantity Part Actual Size Construction Notes 2 Sides 3 2 Ends 3 1 Lid 3 1 Bottom 1 Brass pin 1 1 ⁄8 in. × 2 in. * 3 ⁄8-in. mesquite ⁄8 in. × 19⁄16 in. * 3 ⁄8 in. × 21⁄4 in. × 101⁄2 in. 3 ⁄8-in.

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