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- Amateur Winemaker
By Roy Ekins
A round-the-year guide to wine and beer making at home, covering dry and sweet wines, beers, lagers, liqueurs and fortified wines. The author explains basic winemaking and brewing principles and then presents seventy-five easy-to-follow original recipes.
By Bryan Acton
Mead is an alcoholic drink made by fermenting honey and water with yeast; of all the crafts of mankind, mead-making is certainly one of the oldest. This practical book will inspire you to take up this admirable craft. It includes chapters on honey selection, mead-making techniques, and forty-two recipes.
By David Fenner
This book follows on from the same author's introduction to the Mini-Lathe Workshop Practice Series No. 43 and presents a series of projects which are intended to extend the versatility of this little machine and specific tools such as the radius turning attachment, the tailstock and the dividing head.
By Alex Weiss
This practical book describes the wide range of bearings found in different types of models built in home workshops. It reviews the choice of bearings, materials, the type of bearing to use for each particular application and highlights the differences between home made and off-the-shelf bearings.
By Stan Bray
The evolution of the compact, or portable, lathe has bought many a model engineer's life-long ambition to reality. This comprehensive introduction to the subject covers the technology, the machine operations and facilities which will enable the novice or experienced operator to achieve the highest standards of lathe work.
By Harold Hall
This book assumes no previous experience and using the medium of twelve lathe turning projects will lead prospective model engineers through all of the basic techniques needed to tackle ambitious projects. All of the projects are extensively illustrated and full working drawings accompany the text.
By Stan Bray
An introduction to the fascinating world of horology for the complete beginner. This book explains the terminology of the clockmaker and provides general details of clock construction including layout of wheels and escarpments, all of which are fully described and illustrated.
By Bob Loader
A Unimat mini-lathe authority has developed numerous accessories and techniques to assist the model engineer in getting the best from the machine. These projects increase the scope of the machine and advise on the performance of a number of tricky operations.