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Rate Link: Cabin Fever Expositions
by Harry on 03-13-2005 09:51:26 AM
Cabin Fever Expositions' hope is to encourage craftsmanship in all types of modeling as well as preserve an important part of our history for future generations to enjoy. The shows are a venue to gather to share friendships and ideas, both old and...
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Rate Link: Toronto Society of Model Engineers
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:06:42 PM
TSME Meets and welcomes visitors at our monthly meetings from September to June on the 2nd Friday of the month from 8-11 P.M. The main things that members seem to enjoy most is the exchange of ideas and tips on techniques. Which are happily shared.
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Rate Link: North American Model Engineering Society
by Harry on 03-15-2005 10:04:13 AM
The North American Model Engineering Society (NAMES) was formed by 12 Detroit area modelers who were determined to start a model engineering exposition similar to the exposition they had visited in Great Britain.
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Rate Link: Vancouver Island Model Engineers
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:40:26 PM
Our club Is dedicated to the Hobby of engineering in Minature. The members have many interests in small scale engineering however our main interest is on models that run on rails. For those of you who are not familiar with this hobby this railway...
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Rate Link: North London Society of Model Engineers
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:38:08 PM
Within our society we have different sections, which include:Locomotive Section. Stationary Steam & Traction Engines. OO Railways. Slot Cars. North American HO Railroad. Marine Section. Video Section. Junior Section. Garden Railway
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Rate Link: Portland Oregon Model Engineers
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:28:24 PM
PME is a community of people in northwestern Oregon and southwestern Washington who enjoy all aspects of metalworking as a recreation. The "Model Engineering" in our name includes small scale internal and external combustion...
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Rate Link: Internal Keyways, Splines & Gear Cutting
by Machining on 08-07-2011 11:11:03 AM
Industrial Jig & Fixture is a full service machine shop specializing in the economic production of low volume or one-off machining of difficult-to-source machining operations.

This versatility particularly suits manufacturers,...
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Rate Link: New England Model Engineering Society
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:10:40 PM
Our meetings are held at the Charles River Museum of Industry at 150 Moody St. in Waltham MA. Our group is very informal and is focused on BUILDING and not collecting.
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Rate Link: Southern California Home Shop Machinists
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:30:26 PM
Our membership is small but well varied. A machine shop instructor, a retired professional machinist, a gifted wood-turner who makes his own tools for turning, a gunsmith, amateur radio operators, the usual engineers, and a number of accomplished...
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Rate Link: Marv Klotz's Utilities
by Harry on 03-15-2005 10:45:44 AM
A collection of home shop, mathematical and miscellaneous utility freeware. Almost all the programs written by me are written in C and source code is included in the zip files - for submitted software, source code availability is at author's...
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Rate Link: Valley Metal Group - Phoenix
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:24:49 PM
Valley metal is a group of machinists, hobbyists and tinkerers based in Arizona. Our members are from all over the state. We meet at least every other month to show off our shops, what we've accomplished and hope to accomplish. Meetings are informal...
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Rate Link: Kansas Association of Model Engineers
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:18:35 PM
South Central Kansas - Meetings - 1st Mon. Of Each Month - Members Pages, Free Beginner Engine Plans. Pictures, Show Dates, Animated Engines By Matt Keveney.
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Rate Link: Replica Engines
by Harry on 03-17-2005 06:21:50 PM
Replica Engines recreates notable internal combustion engines in 1/4 scale that are fully operational. All of our engines are four cycle, spark ignition and are equipped with all of the functional components of their full size counterpart such as...
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Rate Link: Colorado Model Engineering Society
by Harry on 03-15-2005 12:41:36 PM
The Colorado Model Engineering Society was born in the spring of 2002 as a result of the merging of the Machining Enjoyment Totally At Leisure group based in Denver, and the Front Range Model Engineers group based in Colorado Springs. Informal get...
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Black Hills Model Engineering Show
by Harry on 03-15-2005 10:42:20 AM
After attending The North American Model Engineering Show in Detroit Clif Roemmich came up with the idea of starting a show in Western South Dakota. With the help of another show sponsor, Kelly Tytlandsvik( sponsor of the Estevan Saskatchewan Show)...
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Rate Link: Gas Engine & Antique Reproduction Show (Oregon)
by Harry on 03-15-2005 10:39:56 AM
Welcome to the GEARS home page. We hope your visit will be a pleasant one and that we will see you in person at our 2005 show in Portland, Oregon. An exhibition where those who practice and support the hobbies of Home Machinist and Model...
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Rate Link: Miniature Engineering Museum
by Harry on 03-19-2005 07:00:44 PM
The Miniature Engineering Museum is dedicated to the preservation and display of miniature design and engineering projects. We are looking for miniature engines and projects of all types, particularly those that portray individual effort. Placards...
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Rate Link: Internet Craftsmanship Museum
by Harry on 03-15-2005 10:11:00 AM
This is not the kind of dusty old museum you walk into and wander around, this one is open 24 hours a day, and you can visit it while sitting at your own computer at home. Our goal here is to collect and present as much information as we can about...
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Rate Link: Melbourne Australia Society of Model and Experimental Engineers
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:35:35 PM
The society was formed in 1926 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and became an incorporated association in 1978. It seeks to promote the hobby of model engineering in all its facets.
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Rate Link: Grenning Models
by Harry on 03-17-2005 01:17:31 AM
Grenning Models was founded by accepting the challenge of creating the first working model of the most significant 19th century internal combustion engine. It would be a replica of the 1867 vertical, fluted Grecian column engine developed by...
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Rate Link: New England Model Engineering Society - new site
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:14:11 PM
As of 6 March 2005 the NEMES web site has moved to a new web hosting service. At this site it has been possible to restore, online, and available for downloading ALL the back issues of the NEMES Gazette. Short video clips of running models that were...
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Rate Link: Morrison & Marvin Engine Works
by Harry on 03-17-2005 05:16:40 PM
Official home of the quarter scale 1895 MERY Explosive and Gade engines and the Kansas City Lightning Hay Press engine.
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Bay Area Engine Modelers - California
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:22:53 PM
BAEM is a group of enthusiasts who make, discuss and share information on collecting and building miniature engines. Mostly gasoline, ignition engines. Some internal combustion glow plug engines, and occasionally, a steam or a jet engine.
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Rate Link: Home Metal Shop Club - Houston TX
by Harry on 03-15-2005 01:08:28 PM
The purpose of the Home Metal Shop Club is to provide an opportunity for the exchange of ideas, the sharing of resources, and instruction in metal machining among its members. Experienced and novice members learn from one another. What could be more...
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Estevan Model Engineering Show
by Harry on 08-07-2005 02:26:03 PM
The show is held on the weekend following the Canadian Thanksgiving Holiday (Thanksgiving is the second Monday in October). Located in the Wylie Mitchell Building on the Estevan Fairgrounds, Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada. The show welcomes everyone...
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