Duncans Metal Pages
Last updated: 11 Nov 2018


This page will eventually carry a number of projects, latest at the top - don't forget I'm learning all this stuff as I go along, so some of it does not look A1...

I got involved in all of this stuff starting in February 2002, the intention being to make some model internal combustion engines.  After a quick reality check, it became apparent that I needed to gain experience developing more mundane and practical items at the start of my journey before attempting anything slick and noisy.

Please note that whilst a number of the items below represent completed projects, a number are unfinished and some are just "pie in the sky" right now.  It seemed appropriate to put them all here, as some depend on others - chicken and egg.  For example, the Gear Hob project - gears cut with it so far are badly shaped due to the lack of any means of holding the cutting tool tight in the mill. So I need some collet holding system, but this cannot be effected until I can get hold of (or make) a fixed steady for the lathe, etc. etc.

Completed items

Items in progress

Pie in the sky!

These pages are maintained by Duncan Munro.  All content on this site is Copyright ©2002-2024 Duncan Amplification.
Warning: These pages consist of images and descriptions of equipment which can reach high temperatures creating hazardous and potentially dangerous situations.  These pages should not be taken as a step by step guide on how to construct any items or carry out any particular procedure, nor should any references to safety contained herein be taken to guarantee safety in all situations.