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B&Q Aluminium


B&Q aluminium


A too short piece of

1/8” silver steel is put

through the M6 threaded

brass stud and held tight

in slots by washers and nuts

The correct placing of the

Side angles. They overlap the front angle upstand

& will be fixed down with round head wood screws

to allow the angles to slide back and forth

The E.B.M. chassis jig: Where does development begin and plagiarism end? This is an adaptation of Barry Luck’s lower tech wooden version - seen at SCALEFORUM 2011 at Leatherhead, during his excellent lecture on split axles. Full details are available on request. All raw materials are readily available from B&Q, and suppliers of brass studding.

White formica


(Old cupboard


Front upstand of

Aluminium angle

Centre channel

is screwed to surface.

Outer two ‘jaws’ are pulled

in by nuts on stud

Drilled brass stud

located in slot

A 2mm set is av/l

too for tender axles

Alignment rod is 13” long

1/8” or 2mm silver steel.

That will put sides at 12”

apart when screwed down

Close up of the three channel parts that  form the ‘vice’ to hold the chassis sides. Eagle-eyed viewers will notice the spacer that is there to allow varying chassis spacer widths - 00, Em, P4. It is actually a piece of angle that passes underneath

Just to prove it is square! It will be used with 3 over-long axle jigs to enable the most accurate bearing location possible