Duncans Metal Pages
Supplier links
Last updated: 27 Sep 2017


These are links to suppliers which keep home machine shops and home foundries going. I'm aware that many of the links are UK centric, so if you have any other links you want to see on here, just drop me an email

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Modelmaking: Plans

Guy Lautard:  Guy Lautard site, books plans and accessories for Home Machinists.
Verlag fr Technik und Handwerk GmbH:  Stacks of plans, everything from submarines to aircraft and plenty of model plans. The link on the left takes you to the Miniature Internal Combustion Engine plans - everything from single cylinder 2 stroke, V8/10/12, big radials etc. Even Wankel engines and pulse jets. Site in German only, prices in Euros.
Blackgates Engineering:  Sets of drawings and castings for projects such as 3" power hacksaw, dividing head, lathe attachments, tool holders, tool cutter/grinders, gear cutting heads, sine table, raising blocks, hardness tester.
College Engineering:  Castings for various tools and projects, e.g. G Clamps, bell punch, angle plates, steadies and a gear hobbing machine.
Hemingway:  Massive range of add on kits and castings for lathes, milling machines, and general tooling.
Model Engineering Plans:  Plans for steam locomotives, boats, aircraft and tooling.
Model Engineering Services:  Casting kits and plans for a range of workshop equipment.
MyHobbyStore.com:  Books, DVDs, and plans for a wide variety of models.
Rockets & Things:  One Stop Shop For All Rocketry and Modeling Supplies In The UK
Woking Precision Models:  Fantastic range of castings for MICE (Model Internal Combustion Engines). All the favourite Westbury designs are here, along with the accessories needed to get them up and running.
Coles Power Models Inc.:  Stockists of all the bits and pieces you need for making model engines.

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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.