New design, same great magazine

Thompson, Mark
September 2004
FineScale Modeler;Sep2004, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p4
Discusses several changes made in the magazine design and content of "FineScale Modeler." Addition of contact information for hobbyists; Increase in the magazine's number of Workbench Reviews; Implementation of a policy of not reviewing reissued tool kits.


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