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Digital Machinist strives to be the greatest source of information and ideas for the hobby CNC user. Digital Machinist includes articles on the basics of programming G-code, various CNC hobby projects, CNC retrofits, robotics, CNC techniques, and much more.

Gas Engine Magazine magazine is your best source for tractor and stationary gas engine information. Every issue is filled with restoration stories, company histories and technical advice from fellow collectors.

Model Engine Builder magazine is dedicated to internal combustion, steam, and Stirling model engine builders and enthusiasts. Whether you are an expert, have already built a few engines, are starting out in the hobby, or just enjoy reading about these marvelous little engines, you’ll find Model Engine Builder magazine interesting, informative, and just plain fun!

Model Engineer is the premier UK model engineering magazine. It has been published for over 100 years. Content includes constructional articles, interesting articles on engineering related topics and many other varied subjects about models and model engineering.

Model Engineers' Workshop is a relative newcomer, first published in 1990. It is much more concerned with machines, both manual and CNC, tools, methods and processes. Historically, it does not include articles on the construction of models. It usually contains drawings for the construction of a machine, a tool or a machine accessory.

These two magazines focus on the model engineering hobby. The Home Shop Machinist has been the best source of techniques, projects, and information for the hobby machinist since 1982. Machinist's Workshop, formerly Projects in Metal, has its emphasis on shorter, less involved projects for the beginning machinist.

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