The Home Shop Machinist Magazine

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The Home Shop Machinist Magazine

Published Bi-Monthly  6 issues per year
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The Home Shop Machinist is a machining magazine filled with how-to articles, project ideas and colorful photos. Each bimonthly issue is perfect for novice and experienced metalworkers alike. More Info >>
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About The Home Shop Machinist

The Home Shop Machinist was created for hobby machinists. Each issue is brimming with shop improvement articles, metalworking tips and hands-on advice. Machinists of all ages and skill levels will appreciate a subscription to The Home Shop Machinist.

Packed with information about machine modifications, metalworking equipment and gear reviews, it's the go-to guide for anyone who wants to learn more about this fascinating activity. Each issue is filled with advice on milling, drilling, finishing and sharpening tools. From micro machining to metal work on a lathe, The Home Shop Machinist teaches readers how to create successful projects. Whether you're looking for information about machine modifications, accessories for your metalworking equipment, shop improvement articles or step-by-step instructions, you'll find relevant advice in each new issue of The Home Shop Machinist.

Packed with practical, hands-on advice, The Home Shop Machinist is the premier resource for beginning and seasoned metalworkers alike. Subscribe today to receive comprehensive coverage of the machining world!
Issues per Year: 6
Estimated Delivery: Up to 12 weeks
Publishing Frequency: Bi-Monthly
Publisher Name: Village Press Inc.

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You can learn a lot from real machineist age does not matter you can be safe or sorry.

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