Not bad.. One of those, If I had room. I personally drove about 900 miles round trip for my 10EE & this past weekend drove 700 miles round trip to get 2 milling machines.
Just dont let distance keep you from it.
Even with undersized heaters in the overloads, you will likely be able to turn it on. Your motor current will probably be pretty low until you “load” it up. I re-wired a burr king from 480 to 208 & didn’t change the heaters. Obviously you will want to make it proper, but you can probably run it...
My Sundstrand machine has the aforementioned feed thread direction knob. Sometimes you need to rotate to get it to engage in the direction you want.
I’d like to find out if I could put the micro carriage stop(I think thats what it is called) on it.
Here is my thread of what I have done so far. Still want to do more with it, IE cleaning up & mounting my DRO.
Work has been well extremely busy, working with about 1/4 of the manpower since April of last year.
1939 10EE New to me lathe, a journey.