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Automobile Engineer: 1961/04

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April 1961. Front cover.
April 1961. Index to contents.

Note: This is a sub-section of the Automobile Engineer


  • 123. Editorial - Tank Filler Arrangements
  • 124. B.M.C. ADO 15 Part I: The 848 cm3 four-cylinder engine, the gearbox and the final drive to the front wheels
  • 135. “Foolproof” Tape-Controlled Milling - New EMI system prevents the execution of erroneous parts of programmes - EMI Electronics
  • 136. Industrial Belt Drive - Notes on the Fenner SpacesaVer design, which substantially reduces the size, weight and cost of installations - J. H. Fenner and Co
  • 140. Lucas Electronic Ignition System - Efficiency at very high engine speeds obtained by the use of a transistorized circuit - Joseph Lucas
  • 144. Suspension Levelling - Armstrong hydraulic device that does not entail the use of an engine driven pump - Armstrong Patents Co
  • 148. Books - Brief comments on recent publications pertinent to automobile engineering
  • 150. Hi-Ton Facing and Centring Machine - An automatic-cycling, first-operation machine for forged components - Hi-Ton Machine Tools
  • 151. Schutte Type SE 16 Automatic - A high-speed, fast¬cycling, six-spindle machine with a maximum bar capacity of 18 mm diameter - Alfred H. Schutte of Koln-Deutz, germany
  • 159 British Clearing Torc-Pac Presses - A range of new open-backed, inclinable presses manufactured by Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd, at Crayford

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