April 2008 Issue
The Home Machinist
Here’s how to use a steady rest, design with SketchUp and make a cool tool.
This month’s feature offers a three-in-one discussion that includes how to use the steady rest to work with any material that extends beyond the chuck, a review of Google’s SketchUp program that will allow you to get designing on your home computer quickly, and notes on how to make an indispensable tool for the home machinist; by Bob Fritz.
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