Part four by Vince Cutajar

Finished all the shafts and fitted them to the side plates.  First thing I did, as per instructions, I put a piece of paper between the side plates and the side of the base.  As the side plates can be slid forward and backward, the paper will provide a clearance for the next operation.
I did not follow the instructions of how to mark the shafts to length.  Instead I took some measurements at various points between the side plates and decided to start with a length of 286.80mm.  The two lower 5/8" spacer shafts were done first.  Trial fit and all OK.  Next the 3/4" ground shaft on which the table slides sideways was done also. Trail fit and all works nicely and it slides smoothly.
Turned the un-machined end of the cam shaft and tapped it 10x1mm.
Milled a flat for the centre cam as per drawing and fitted all three cams on the shaft.  Bolted everything back in place.
Next up, the cast iron sliding block of the worktable.  Again, I am not following the paper instructions as they are a bit vague.  Started first by bringing the block to size.  I am using the lathe and the 4 jaw chuck to quickly remove the material.
Left slightly oversize and continued on the mill and the fly cutter to true it up.
And finally, an 8mm long series carbide endmill for the sides.
to finish the cast iron sliding block.  I put the block in the 4 jaw chuck and drilled and bored until it would slide smoothly on the 3/4" ground shaft.
I then faced off the extra material with the same setup.
Trial fit on the shaft. Perfect.
I then drilled and tapped various holes around the block.  I also made the two bottom ones which are meant for the traversing kit.
Next, I milled off the rebate as per plans. 
And finally, using that adjustable angle thingy, I milled one of the edges of the block.  This is also to provide clearance for the traverse kit if I ever do it.