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    Default Elite tool grinder manual

    Guys!

    I have posted a scan of the Elite AR5-E tool grinder manual at
    http://s259.photobucket.com/albums/h...lesteen/elite/

    Ole

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    Ole
    Thank you for taking time to make this available...I have learned my way around this T&C by trial and error over the past few years and enjoyed browsing the manual on your link. Language is a bit of a problem for me ...typical American education.... still learning English (not like Europeans so many of which are multi lingual) but the illustrations are very informative. By the way for quick end mill touch ups (end not edge) on the Elite I have been mounting a simple collet block in the "pivot/swing" tool holder the manual shows for sharpening a lathe tool. It is so quick as to be quite handy.
    Bill

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    I ran across this by accident, but for anybody looking. I have scans of a mouse-eaten English version posted here: Gallery :: Manual though some pages are missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shred View Post
    I ran across this by accident, but for anybody looking. I have scans of a mouse-eaten English version posted here: Gallery :: Manual though some pages are missing.
    do you still have the files?
    I've been searching for ever and hope you can help me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ole.steen View Post

    Regards, Ole
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    Good to see you still active!

    Your work a while back on Cazeneuve 360 HBX is helping me a great deal, so "Thank you, Ole!"


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    Nice to hear. As you might know I am a little to-and-fro on the different fora. I now have a Schaublin 135 lathe and a Schaublin 213P miller, both in great running shape. I have just bought a Studer rm-250 grinder, and planning to restore it.

    Regards, Ole

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    Thanks OLE

    Here find the free downloade or the Cincinnati #2 TC grinder manual..Is good for most any TC grinder.d

    Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. - Publication Reprints - Cincinnati #2 Cutter and Tool Grinder Manual | VintageMachinery.org


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