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Workshop Practice Series Books
and other literature for the Model, Home & Experimental Engineer and Watch & Clock Maker
We aim to keep all books in stock (if in print) for immediate delivery – nothing is to special order. Each of the books below has been carefully
selected (from amongst the dozens available) to be the best for both assisting the beginner whilst offering the more experienced worker a useful source of reference and advice.

All “Workshop Series” books (except No. 34 & 35) ARE THE SAME PRICE and include 1st-class post: 
UK £9.75  :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & Rest of World £16.75

   
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No. 1 Hardening, Tempering & Heat Treatment:
Learn how to do more with less – and less expensive materials – a comprehensive exposition of the structure of steels and the effects of heat treatment on them, particularly in regard to cutting tools. Accurate temperature colour charts are included.
UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 2 VERTICAL MILLING IN THE HOME WORKSHOP:

Arnold Throp takes the beginner through the stages necessary to use a vertical miller successfully. A deceptively simple machine, which takes time to master, known pitfalls are explained - and dozens of useful tips offered. 96 pages.
UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 3 SCREWCUTTING IN THE LATHE:
A comprehensive account of how to use the lathe to generate screw threads - in all pitches, forms and types. With stage-by-stage instructions this is an ideal book for the beginner - and a comprehensive reference for the more experienced. Second best-seller in the series. 176 pages.
UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 4 Foundrywork for the Amateur:
A very popular book - proving that many people really do want to construct projects entirely from basic materials. An invaluable reference source with many valuable hints and tips from an experienced user. This new edition brings everything up to date.
112 pages.
UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 5 MILLING OPERATIONS IN THE LATHE: by Tubal Cain.
A thorough and practical discourse on how to use the lathe for milling. With a little ingenuity - supplied in the book - a vertical slide and some home-made attachments a surprising amount can be accomplished at very low cost. 128 pages.
UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

No. 6 Measuring & Marking Metals:
Model and experimental engineers do not have access to the sophisticated measuring equipment used in industry. An expert comprehensively describes accurate marking out and measuring by simple means.
UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 7 The Art of Welding:
This book sets out the basic techniques for oxyacetylene welding, brazing, flame cutting and electric-arc welding with mild steel, cast iron, stainless steel, copper, brass etc., in sheet, plate or cast form.
UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 8 Sheet metal Work: The Author, R.E.Wakeford, an instructor in metal work and allied crafts describes - with a good teacher's clarity - a host of processes which will be of use to the model and experimental engineer struggling with the fascinating black art of metal folding.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 9 Soldering and Brazing:
Joining metal by soft and hard solder or brazing is a run-of-the-mill jobs in model and light engineering. Tubal Cain examines the processes, equipment, materials and explains what is happening in the joints as they are made. 136 pages
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 10 Saws & Sawing: Another excellent Ian Bradley book describing the often-neglected art of choosing, using and maintaining those taken-for-granted hand and machine saws we all own.
Includes useful tables covering a range of applications.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

No. 11 Electroplating: Electroplating in the small workshop clearly explained. Using simple materials, basic equipment and straightforward techniques the author describes how a variety of cosmetic and wear-resistant finishes may be applied to metal to enhance its durability and appearance.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 12 Drills taps & Dies:
Tubal Cain discusses drills and drilled holes and threading with taps and dies - primarily by hand. Gives sage advice about how to overcome the problems often encountered in this type of work. Covers all thread types with conversions charts, thread gauges, sharpening, etc.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No.13 Workshop Drawing:
A new edition of Tubal Cain's comprehensive guide to making and reading workshop drawings. Easily-understood text, new illustrations and technical drawings all specially created to help understanding this tricky subject.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 14 Making Small Workshop Tools:
Stan Bray, an acknowledge master of small tool design, describes 14 simple items that will save time and aid accuracy in bench and lathe work. None take more than 4 hours - or any use special materials. Drawings, photographs and sketches included.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 15 Workholding in the Lathe:
"If I could hold it I could machine it!" is often the cry of both the frustrated beginner and more experienced turner - and in this book Tubal Cain offers his advice about practical aspects of the subject. Many photographs showing typical set ups. 112 pages
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

No. 16 ELECTRIC MOTORS:
An easily-understood book concerning principles, characteristics, operation installation, speed control, braking, etc. Generators, safety, testing and a useful section on identifying and using 'scrap' motors. An excellent primer on the electric motor. 136 pages.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 17 GEARS AND GEARCUTTING:
Ivan Law sets out in a clear and understandable way explanations that describe all types of conventional gears - and how to make them in a small workshop. Enormously helpful to the novice and a valuable reference work for the experienced.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 18 BASIC BENCHWORK:
Les Oldridge's guide offers what an apprentice would have learned from his mentor's. If you missed school metalwork this book will show you how to avoid broken tools and spoiled jobs - and how to enjoy the pleasures of handling metal & tools correctly.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 19 Spring Design & Manufacture:
Another book by Tubal Cain: this explains not only how to manufacture small springs - and how to choose the materials to manufacture them from - but also how to make the necessary mathematical calculations that are essential to success.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 20 Metalworking and Machining Hints & Tips:
An Ian Bradley Guide to a miscellany of useful hints, tips and solid advice about using tools and techniques to best advantage. Those "taken-for-granted" engineering expressions are clearly explained for the beginner. An excellent workshop primer.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

No. 21 Adhesives & Sealants:
A comprehensive 144 page book by David Lomas which looks at traditional and modern adhesives and explains their advantages and shortcomings under a variety of situations likely to be of direct interest to the model and experimental engineer.

Never be stuck for an answer again.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 22 Workshop Electrics:
Deals comprehensively with electricity in the home workshop and garage. Covers the complete range - from wiring just a plug to a complete workshop. Covers, fusing, lighting, cabling, switches, loads and safety-related items. Many taken-for-granted items properly and safely explained.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 23 Workshop Construction:
Starts with a look at planning regulations (England) then covers the entire subject in detail – costing, situation, layout, design, floor, walls, roof, materials, lighting, heating, insulation, fitting out, power supply, drainage, security, tools, cost savings, maintenance and insurance advice.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 24 Electric Motors in the Home Workshop:
Detailed advice on how to identify and make use of discarded and surplus motors from domestic and industrial sources and how to operate 3-phase motors from a 1-phase supply. Lots of money-saving, practical advice from an expert in the field.
144 pages.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 25 THE BACKYARD FOUNDRY:
Create a model from “the ground up” - the most popular book in the series covers everything from the basic principles of pattern-making, moulding boxes, cores & core boxes, metal, gas, electric & coke furnaces to step-by-step procedures with examples - loco cylinders and wheels - included. 104 pages
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

No. 26 Home Workshop Hints and Tips:
A collection of useful extracts culled from the English "Model Engineer Magazine" - including hints and tips originally mentioned in brief notes and short articles from many years ago - and never republished until now. An interesting book for anyone who enjoys working with metal
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UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 27: SPINDLES:
A comprehensive 160 page book which describes the design, construction and use of many different spindles that will be of use to the model and experimental engineer. Spindles, bearings and materials suitable or adaptable for use in a variety of machine tools are covered.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 28 Simple Workshop Devices:
Written by "Tubal Cain" - who enjoyed more than 60 years involvement with model and full-size engines - this books shows how to make a range of devices proven to be of great assistance in improving accuracy and simplifying common tasks in the engineering workshop.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 29 CAD for Model Engineers:
Computer Assisted Design - D. A. G. Brown, takes the reader one step at a time through the mystique surrounding CAD and shows how the computer can be turned into a versatile drawing tool. Claim back your computer from the children (or buy another) - and give it a go.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 30 Workshop materials:
 book that helps identify and utilise ferrous and non-ferrous metals and plastics suitable for home workshop use. Covers abrasives, adhesives, bearing materials, electroplating solutions, fuels, gases, lubricants, pickles, polishing materials, sealants and solders.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

No.31 Useful Workshop Tools:
Harold Hall, well-known contributor to and Editor of  “Model Engineers’ Workshop” has written a interesting book which, once worked through, will equip the beginner with both a range of practical skills and a number of useful workshop tools and equipment. No previous experience is assumed.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No.32 Unimat 111 Lathe Accessories:
Bob Loader has written a well-illustrated and clearly explained book that will assist the owner of a Unimat 3 to get the very best from his lathe by making a number of very useful accessories not available from the manufacturer and impossible to obtain otherwise.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 33 Making Clocks:
Expert Stan Bray introduces the fascinating world of horology. Terminology and details of different clock constructions are explained including layout of wheels, and escarpments. Manufacturing techniques, materials and tools are clearly described in a way that the beginner can understand.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 34 Lathework a Complete Course:
Harold Hall’s carefully paced book leads beginners through 12 well-chosen projects designed to build a repertoire of skills and knowledge. Once practised these will enable anyone to get the best out of their lathe and make almost any component.
(This larger book is £1.25 more than the rest of the series)
UK £9.85 :  Europe £11.35 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 35 Milling a Complete Course:
Another Harold Hall very useful book that offers a complete self-tuition course by means of four simple and four more complex projects. No prior knowledge is assumed and, besides operating procedures, the accessories and other equipment needed to get the best from the machine are also covered.
UK £9.85 :  Europe £11.35 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

No. 36 Photo Etching Brian King, an award-winning marine modeller, has distilled his considerable experience of this art into a complete guide for the novice. The book covers all the graphic design and production techniques necessary to make, in a variety of metals, nameplates, emblems and a wide variety of precision parts for use in model-engineering projects.

UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 37 Dividing
Radial work on a machine tool – cutting gears, drilling rings of holes, etc. – calls for special equipment & knowledge. Harold Hall explains the principles and shows how simple equipment, as well as rotary tables and dividing heads, can be employed. Includes fully detailed designs for building both a basic and a “semi-universal” head.   

UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 38 Tool & Cutter Sharpening. A long-awaited book that demystifies the “black art” of sharpening lathe tools, end-mills, slot drills, side and face cutters and drills, etc. The reader is taken through the process of using a simple “double-ended” grinder and a few simple accessories to achieve results compatible with those achieved on professional machinery.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 39 Model Engineers’ Workshop Projects
A collection of 18 unique projects that enables the model engineer to create useful items some of which cannot be bought. Includes: auxiliary workbench, tap holders, distance and height gauges, lathe back stop, tailstock die-holder, faceplate clamps, collets, DTI accessories, sash & low-profile clamps & tapping stand, etc.

Post-paid prices:  UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 40 Bearings
Every working model includes bearings – this book describes the many types – plain, ball, roller, linear, oscillating, coned pivot, jewelled, plastic, ceramic, etc. - their materials, applications in full-size and models, installation, care, lubrication, seals and maintenance. An invaluable handbook that will save many hours of research and development.

Post-paid prices:  UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

No. 41 Grinding, Honing and Polishing
An overview of the grinding, lapping, honing and polishing of metal, as well as the materials used to make grinding wheels, belts and papers. The uses of machines and grinding mediums are described, including the off-hand grinder, modern miniature hand/drill grinders and lathe toolpost grinders. There are also instructions for making a small barrelling machine and other useful devices.

Post-paid prices:  UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 42 Metalworker’s Data BookContains a comprehensive range of mathematical data required in the workshop, and by those designing a wide range of engineered items. It provides in a single concise volume data that is only otherwise available by reference to many different sources or more expensive publications. For those involved in restoration work, the book also includes details of items not now used, and for which data is not easy to locate.Post-paid prices:  UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 43 The Mini Lathe
A complete course on using and improving the mini-lathe – the best-selling item of machinery in the current hobby engineering market. It explains everything from setting up and ‘tuning’ the machine for best performance to using accessories and carrying out tasks. The author has based this practical book on his many hours ‘road testing’ the mini-lathe in his own home workshop.
Post-paid prices:  UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 44 The metalworker’s Workshop By Harold Hall, a former editor of Model Engineer's Workshop. A complete guide to the building or converting of a workshop intended for metalworking. Hall explains the essentials of the workshop environment, as well as the best choice of  tools and equipment for a variety of tasks to help the owner avoid making unwise purchases.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

No. 45 Basic Lathework
This book deals with all aspects of lathe use: selection, installation & operation. Included are examples of older more traditional machines as well as newer types. Conversion of electrics to modern systems, 3-phase to 1-phase operation and details of how to operate a lathe to its full potential, set up and employ accessories and get the best from it.

UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No. 46 Workshop Machinery
A guide by Alex Weiss PhD on choosing machines tools for the home workshop: lathes, a milling machines or combination lathes/miller manually operated or CNC. Descriptions and technical data about the wide range of machines and accessories. It also looks at the many different types of tooling fixtures and accessories that may be required. UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

No. 47 Three-phase Conversion
A practical guide to running three-phase equipment on single-phase electricity supplies. The book provides exact calculations, step-by-step instructions with photographs and diagrams and covers electricity supplies in the UK, North America, Europe and the rest of the world. Finally, it also advises on which equipment cannot be converted.

UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BUILDING SIMPLE STEAM ENGINES Vol. 2
More interesting details (carefully written for the beginner) showing how to construct easy-to-build but effective little engines. Included are a delightful turbine - simple in design but fascinating to build - and a larger engine in the style of the magnificent "Steam Engines of the Highest Class" offered by toy makers before 1914.
UK £9.75 :  Europe £10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

Building Simple Steam Enhines Vol. 1
How to construct a simple oscillating steam engine. The four projects described are an ideal introduction to the delights of machining and building your first live-steam model. The procedures and methods used involve the beginner in a range of skill-acquiring activities that will be of benefit when tackling more ambitious projects.
UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

MODEL TRACTION ENGINE CONSTRUCTION.
An excellent primer on a subject that helps with the construction of either a relatively simple or highly complex model. Although some familiarity with machine-tool procedures is assumed, even the novice lathe owner will be able to follow the procedures and achieve success. Many clear illustrations and clear directions.
Post-paid prices:  UK £9.75 :  Europe ££10.25 : USA & rest of World £16.75

 

The Compact Lathe
How to get the best from a Unimat 3, Toyo, Cowells, Flexispeed, Peatol or similar small lathe. The author brings his experience to bear in helping the beginner make the most of these lathes' surprising versatility. Clear illustrations and a host of  technical data help owners progress to more ambitious tasks.
Post-paid prices:
UK £12.65 : Europe £13.25  USA & rest of world £16.75 (air mail).

 

The Amateur’s Lathe
The essential lathe book that gives a complete breakdown of all the facts about parts and functions that a beginner needs to know. Carefully written articles guide you through the process of choosing a suitable lathe and how to use it successfully - whilst further instruction, leading to more advanced exercises and projects, is also included.
Post-paid prices: UK £12.65 : Europe £13.25 USA & rest of world £16.75 (air mail).

 

 

 

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The Amateur’s Workshop
A companion to "The Amateur's Lathe" this very useful book covers basic and advanced use of the lathe and other machine tools as well as a multitude of other workshop tasks and processes. This is wonderful information - and especially valuable if you have not tackled a particular job before. Presented in an easy-to-follow style, with clear illustrations.
Post-paid prices: UK £12.65 : Europe £13.25
USA & rest of world £16.75 (air mail).

 

Model Engineering – A Foundation Course
A 408-page book essential reference for the beginner. It covers, in a carefully-explained, and clearly-illustrated format, all basic techniques: reading drawings, equipping a workshop, buying materials, marking out, sawing, filing, bending, forming, joining metals, turning, screwcutting, etc. Choosing a lathe is also covered.
Post-paid prices:
UK £23 : Europe £25 :
USA & rest of world £42 (air mail).

 

 The Model Engineers Handbook: Not a "how-to-do-it" book but an invaluable collection of data, procedures, tables and facts accumulated by Tubal Cain over a lifetime's experience of building models. This 3rd edition has an extra 60 pages and, in resetting the book, the opportunity has been taken to update data, improve the clarity of the layout and introduce the SI system of measures.
Post-paid prices: UK £12.75 : Europe £13.75 : USA & rest of world £21 (air mail).

 

The Myford Series 7 Manual
The long-awaited reprint of the definitive Myford book covering the ML7, ML7-R and Super 7 lathes. Includes detailed operating and maintenance instructions, details of construction, how to install, use of appropriate lathe tool, use of accessories, details of home-made additions and threading table, etc. etc.

Post-paid prices: UK £12.65 : Europe £13.25 : USA & World £16.75 (air-mail). 

 

The Watchmaker’s Lathe
This book is all about the Watchmakers’ Lathe and how to use it – and is the standard, indispensable reference work on the subject. Includes fascinating details of many classic watchmakers’ lathes together with notes on their makers and accessory ranges. If you are new to the world of watches and their repair this book should be the first in your collection.
Post-paid prices: UK £19.75 : Europe £20.75 : USA & World £32 (air-mail). 

 

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Now on a 4 Gig Pen Drive – the complete web site including the world's largest collection of machine-tool descriptions, illustrations and specifications. A unique reference it is proving of immense value and interest to both amateur & professional engineers. 450+ brands, 9000+ pictures, 2000+ pages. Once running the many high-resolution pictures load instantly
Post-paid prices: UK £30 :  Europe £31 : USA & rest of world: £34 (air mail).

 

The Care & Operation of a Lathe
Reproduction of a straightforward simply explained but detailed and very well illustrated 105-page book that covers everything the beginner to intermediate user of a lathe would wish to know. Although a reprint of an older publication, and written originally for the owners of Sheldon lathes, the material is applicable to any older or newer lathe.
Post-paid prices: UK £16.75 : Europe £16 : USA & World £18 (air-mail).

 

GRINDING - TOOL & CUTTER Jones & Shipman 60 page Tool & Cutter Grinding. Explanatory Booklet, which details the principles that must be adhered to for successful operation of a Tool and Cutter Grinder. Details specific examples with wonderful photographs & explanations. Instructions are also applicable to other makes of grinder. £35

Post-paid prices: UK £35 :  Europe £37 : USA & rest of world: £40 (air mail).

 

Jones & Shipman. Precision Grinding Techniques - a Primer. Covers the essential basics of Surface, Tool, Cylindrical Internal precision grinding. 87 pages. £35

Post-paid prices: UK £35 :  Europe £37 : USA & rest of world: £40 (air mail).

 

"Workshop Precision Grinding" by Churchill. The definitive book covering: cylindrical, centerless, internal, surface together with useful pointers on the design and operation of grinding machines including: grinding spindles, internal spindles, workheads, universal workheads, tailstocks, selection and use of wheels, operation and maintenance, etc. £45  

 

 

 

 

 

Woodturning a Foundation Course
Internationally recognised as the definitive introduction to woodturning, this expanded and fully updated edition contains seven new projects, an entirely new section on bandsaws and pillar drills, and important information on the latest equipment.

Post-paid prices:
UK £16.99

Europe £17.99
USA & rest of world: £25 (air mail)

 

Lathe
This handy reference is intended to help woodworkers get the most for their money -  by getting the most from their equipment. Discover the techniques and tips needed to maximize a lathe's performance.
Post-paid prices:
UK £9.99

Europe £10.99
USA & rest of world: £17.50 (air mail)

 

The Lathe Book
Completely revised and updated edition covering wood-turning lathes.

Post-paid prices:
UK £19.99

Europe £21.99
USA & rest of world: £28.50 (air mail)

 

Learn to Turn
A Beginner's Guide to Woodturning from Start to Finish. A woodturning book for true beginners. Learn about choosing lathes, the right tools, wood-shop set-up and more.
Post-paid prices:
UK £12.99

Europe £13.99
USA & rest of world: £18.50 (air mail)

 

Fixtures and Chucks
Everything you need to know about securing wood to your lathe. This book helps woodturners to save money, expand their abilities and master new challenges, giving them greater success and confidence at the lathe.

Post-paid prices:
UK £16.99

Europe £17.99
USA & rest of world: £25 (air mail)

 

All “Workshop Series” books (except No. 34 & 35) ARE THE SAME PRICE and include 1st-class post:  UK £9.75  :  Europe £10.25
 USA & Rest of World £16.75

   
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