australian model engineering magazine
Model Engineering is a popular leisure-time activity worldwide and that popularity continues to grow at an amazing rate. Model engineers come from all types of backgrounds and occupations. They are generally a very friendly bunch of people, who are always ready to help others, especially newcomers to the hobby.the australian model engineering magazine caters for all interests in model engineering, including RC boats, planes, trains, traction engines and more!ame also has practical workshop projects and theoryame also has practical construction projects to assist you in development of your interest
   Home Page
   The Shop
   Subscribe or Renew
   Upcoming ME Events
   Advertise in AME
   Club Directory
   ME Suppliers
   AME Back Issues
   AME Image Gallery
   ME Links
   Authors Guide
   Contact AME
   Account Payments

©2017 Australian Model Engineering Pty Ltd.
All rights reserved. A Webmaker crafted site.
AME Issue 193 Contents

In this issue:

  •  "Jack" - A 7/8" scale coal fired loco.
  •  The 61st AALS Convention
  •  Gear Cutting Using The "Bill Grulke" method
  •  Handy Hints from Ron Griffiths
  •  ‘CNC’ for the Amateur
  •  A Railway Turntable
  •  Brain teaser
  •  Open Weekend 2017 at Thames Small Gauge Railway (NZ)
  •  AALSSC Safety Topics for 2018
  •  MODERN LIVE STEAM TECHNOLOGY A Further Look at Material Selection Andrew Matthews
  •  Orange (NSW) STEAM Run
  •  Types of Clevis Pins
  •  Book Review: Miniature Railway
  •  Book Review: Power Pioneers
  •  Firing up a Loco
  •  Club Roundup
  •  Coming Events
  •  Letter Box
  •  News Desk
  •  Subs form


  • Australian Model Engineering Current Cover

    Australian Model Engineering
    Australian Model Engineering
    Australian Model Engineering