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  1. The Metal WikiProject was created on 19 February 2006, and helps to assemble editors interested in all subgenres of heavy metal music. The aim of this project is to standardize and improve articles related to metal and its sub-genres, as well as to create missing articles.

    • What We're About
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    Any articles in the Category:Metalworking and its sub-categories fall within our scope, as well as any articles that pertain in a direct way to the subject of Metalworking. We also work closely with similar projectswhose scopes frequently coincide with ours.


    1. To improve Wikipedia's coverage of metalworking by creating, expanding, and maintaining such articles. 2. To provide guidelines and recommendations for articles within our scope. 3. To serve as the central point of discussion for issues related to metalworking in Wikipedia.

    How you can help

    Be bold and contribute! Improve any articles you come across, look for articles to improve from our Cleanup listing, ask any of our regular contributors, or check the Worksection below for specific projects.

    There's always work of some sort to be done; if you can't find any particular projects here to interest you, peruse pages within the Metalworking category to look for improvements you can make, or check out the Cleanup listingfor articles that need improvement. Feel free to add any tasks here that you think deserve the attention of the whole project; please sign using ~~~~and make sure to strikethrough or remove items as they are completed. Keep in mind that if a machine exists for only one purpose or process, it's usually better to devote a section of the article for the process to the machine, rather than give the machine a separate article. If a complete, sourced article can be written about the machine, then by all means do so; this usually is not the case.


    1. {{Metalworking navbox|cast|form|mach|smith|tool|weld}}—put at the bottom of the article, just above the categories


    1. {{WikiProject metalworking|class=???|importance=???}}—put on talk page


    1. {{metalworking-stub}}—put at the bottom of the article, below the categories

  2. Airbus E-Fan X (2020 electric technology demonstration aircraft) - 1 December 2017. Kaman K-16B (1959 unflown tiltwing demonstrator) - 2 December 2017. Offierski O.2 (1920s Polish low power two-seater) - 2 December 2017. Auroa Helicopters Auroa (2010s New Zealand microlight helicopter) - 2 December 2017.

  3. WikiProject Metal. (Rated Project-class) This page is within the scope of WikiProject Metal, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of heavy metal music on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

  4. Lee Vilenski 18:14, 18 October 2017 (UTC) 20:10:20, 18 October 2017 review of submission by Atilab. Atilab (talk · contribs. I have updates for the entry, and want to supply updates - content creation Atilab 20:10, 18 October 2017 (UTC) @Atilab: Draft:Victorino Tejera was deleted as abandoned.

  5. Nikkimaria 18:14, 17 December 2017 (UTC) The person who uploaded the image and added it to the article is, according to a notice on their user page, only active at weekends, but since 4 December he has only been active for less then 10 minutes on 13 Dec. to do some maintenance reverts only.

  6. Highheelpaws 23:37, 18 March 2017 (UTC) @Highheelpaws: Hello, Highheelpaws. Thank you for your submission to Wikipedia. The best source of information as to why your submission was declined will be the reviewer who looked at it. You can find the name and Talk page link for that reviewer in the box near the top of your draft.

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