When these books went out of print they were anthologised by TEE Publishing, together with all his other writing, into 2 volumes. Workshop convert pdf to mobi epub Techniques includes both the pillar tool and the various dividing heads. The Engineers Workshop Manual includes everything else he published in ME. JasonB. Moderator 9286 forum posts 876 photos Dale, can't help with the books but there have been a few of these built recently over on. MEM forum, a quick search will find the build threads. EDIT Only "Workshop Tequniques" has the details in it. Edited By Stephen Benson on Robbo 903 forum posts 85 photos Dale, Regarding the UPT, you might like to look here: LINK Dsel 31 forum posts 19 photos Has anyone made their own patterns? I'm interested in knowing if they were done separately or as. People might be inclined to think it must be a morse taper but he uses a long parallel bore instead as it's more suitable for model engineering use. it is too. No need to make or buy morse taper adapters and very easy to make. Edited By JasonB on. Roderick Jenkins 1129 forum posts 266 photos All of GHT's work was originally published in ME. Two books came out of this "Making and Using The Universal Pillar Tool" and "Dividing and Graduating", the latter concerned with the Versatile Dividing Head. On the other hand the complications he adds to his set of rolls bamboozled me - there are easier ways or making those. Too much reading of books like these can also prevent people from thinking themselves. HTH Rod Eugene 76 forum posts 2 photos "Dale, "Workshop Techniques" details building both the UPT and the Versatile Dividing Head. Workshop Manual" describes modifications to lathe top slides and tailstocks, together with making lathe accessories; rotary table, engraving tool, rear tool post and many. If everything was published in ME, can I find the full plans and details for making the UPT in a particular set of ME issues? Workshop Techniques is available from Tee Publishing for about A50 plus 18 postage. Dsel 31 forum posts 19 photos Hi Guys, I was thinking about buying a copy of Building the George H Thomas Universal Pillar Tool, then I found out that this is part of another book. The Model Engineers Workshop Manual - homas. I've built both the UPT and the HDA. I used to think that GHT was a fussy old thing but I learnt that one deviates from his methods at ones peril! Both books are well worth having IMHO but if you can find a S/H.