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    Adjustment procedure for Troyke Rotary Tables

    Cross Sectioned Drawing of Troyke Rotary Tables

    A few pages of manual rotary table info from a Troyke Brochure...

    Brochure pg 1
    Brochure pg 2
    Brochure pg 3
    Brochure pg 4
    Brochure pg 5
    Brochure pg 6

    [ 03-10-2007, 03:21 AM: Message edited by: morsetaper2 ]

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    THANK YOU. NOW I HAVE TO ADJUST MY TROYKE 15"
    CARLOS

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    Many, many thanks on the Troyke adjustment procedure and drawing of a BH12. This will be a great help as a clean up my newly purchased BH12.

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    MorseTaper2,

    Thanks a lot for putting that up.

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks for putting that up, and thanks especially for keeping the links active for 4+ years!

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    Link still working good and very helpful.
    Thanks!
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    Comcast did away with web storage for their customers. So all my old links in Post #1 are dead. Try these hosted from a different location:

    * Cross Sectioned Drawing

    * Adjust Procedure

    * Adjustment Card

    * Indexing Card

    * Catalog # 40-94 Brochure

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    Thanks morsetaper2. I needed that!

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    Thanks a lot for the update of the links!!!
    I have some tight spots in mine that I hope these will help me fix.

    Chris
    1947 Monarch 12CK, 30" bed, 3 phase
    1949 Monarch 14", 30" bed, 3 phase
    Jet 1550 lathe, gap bed, 3 phase
    1974 Bridgeport Series 1, 1J head, single phase.
    Thanks to everyone for all I have learned here.

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    Thanks for the repost - super helpful to get adjusted again.


    Quote Originally Posted by morsetaper2 View Post
    Comcast did away with web storage for their customers. So all my old links in Post #1 are dead. Try these hosted from a different location:

    * Cross Sectioned Drawing

    * Adjust Procedure

    * Adjustment Card

    * Indexing Card

    * Catalog # 40-94 Brochure


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