Created by: Lester Caine, Last modification: Fri 05 of Jun, 2015 (22:58 UTC)

Welcome to the Model Engineers Digital Workshop

Those of you who have visited the workshop here will have been greated by Cadbury and Suchard our current furry helpers. Both are getting on now, and while we have had Sue since she was an 8 week old pup, Cad's prior pedigree is a little unknown as he came from the NCDL so it shows you his age. They became Dog's Trust in 2003 by which time we had had im a couple of years. SO he has had a good run and is still full of life, BUT he has an inoperable tumer which is now preventing him from going to the toilet so there is little choice than give hime some TLC over the weekend before a final visit to the Vets on Monday :( We are not sure how Sue will take it since she has always had Cad around ...

Now the outside is sort of tidy again I'm back in front of the computer and Living with CAD-CAM today is a start at getting away from always firefighting all the daily software updates and back to actually doing something productive. Getting the wheels on the Burrell would be something nice to achieve next year!

Must update the website a little more often! Most kits are back in stock, and we have a few new pictures on the installation gallery.

The Model Engineers Digital Workshop is the home of all things electronic for the Model Engineer. CNC drivers and interfaces along with stand alone packages such as the DivisionMaster rotary table controller and the Shumatech Digital Readout Displays form the base on which we plan to develop a more complete range of products. The next kit which needs more complete development is the Electronic Lead Screw, which needs to be packaged as a finished unit much like DivisionMaster.

We supply boards and kits for a number of well established tools for the workshop, and are building the site into a repository for all the information necessary to support that. We provide a library of the relevant data sheets on the components used in the kits, and links to other related site where supporting projects can be found.

In support of the main components, a range of smaller kits and finished assemblies allow a customer to cherry pick just the elements they need or go for a fully packaged system such as the fully CNCed Mill-in-a-box. Full support is provided to get a client to a fully working system and return to based, or on site support can be provided against evrything we provide.