Volume Seven of a Series of Books with projects, techniques, and improvements from the first twelve years of The Home Shop Machinist magazine. An average of 20 techniques, 14 lathe accessories, and 11 shop tools in each volume. 220 pages, hardbound.
Compiled and edited by Joe D. Rice
With issue years 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, and 1996 contained in its pages, Projects Seven will add 6 years of The Home Shop Machinist to your book shelf! Projects Seven is also the only place where you will find Roland Friestad’s first four CNC articles – the ones he wrote before his "Computers in the Shop" column. Of course, manual machining is the focus of Projects Seven, with 21 Techniques, 7 Lathe Accessories, 5 Milling Machine Accessories, 12 Shop Improvement Articles, and 4 Hobby Projects.