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  1. Mr Pugsley

    Advice for lapping a linear shaft

    I’m trying to repurpose this cam fixture that requires a longer rod for clamping. I have no idea why they chose that size for the rod other than to make it rather exclusive so they can sell them. I thought it would be more economical to buy a short piece of case, Harden shaft, and reduced size...
  2. Mr Pugsley

    Advice for lapping a linear shaft

    Perfect, thanks for letting me know. I was wondering if eight thou was a little much to lap.
  3. Mr Pugsley

    Advice for lapping a linear shaft

    I have a project where I have to replace a piece of case hardened shaft that is 0.742 inch diameter. I’m going to pick up a piece of case hardened linear shafting that is 0.750 inch diameter and approximately RHC 60 that will need to be brought down to the 0.742”. I would imagine the best way to...
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    Roll-In Saw Caster Mounting Stud Size Help

    Perfect, thanks for the reply. I just scheduled a pick up time of next Friday so by this time I should have it safely in my possession and I’ll try to have the casters put on it.
  5. Mr Pugsley

    Roll-In Saw Caster Mounting Stud Size Help

    Hello All, I was just the High Bidder on an auction for a very nice Roll-In Saw. I haven't picked it up yet. I would like to add some casters to the saw when I pick it up and need to know either the size of the mounting hole in the saw foot or the stud size on the casters so I can order some...
  6. Mr Pugsley

    Burr King 760 Belt Sander Paint Matching

    Thank Barry. The pic's that are on the linked page look perfect. I'll give it a shot.
  7. Mr Pugsley

    Burr King 760 Belt Sander Paint Matching

    I recently purchased a Burr King 760 belt sander/grinder. I saved a few buck by purchasing a shipping damaged unit. The base was broken into two pieces with many other cracks. I thought I would be able to weld it into usable condition, but after receiving it, decided to fabricate a new base...
  8. Mr Pugsley

    SB Handlever Collet Attachment Help

    Thanks Ken, I'll keep that in mind. FYI, now that I have the handlever closer, I placed my Hardinge Sjogren 5C Speed Collet Chuck with 2-1/4-8 threaded mount on ebay (item #300095826744). The auction ends today. I'm offering a 10% discount on the winning bid of this chuck to all members of...
  9. Mr Pugsley

    SB Handlever Collet Attachment Help

    Before sending them back, I was able to make some sketches of the parts to use as a reference. Here are a couple of renderings: Dave
  10. Mr Pugsley

    SB Handlever Collet Attachment Help

    Well the parts I ordered form LeBlond arrived yesterday. Now that I have all of the parts and see how they go together, it makes more sense. I was under the impression that the knurled handle (#30 from above drawing) on the end of the draw bar was turned ON the draw bar to make adjustments in...
  11. Mr Pugsley

    SB Handlever Collet Attachment Help

    Jim & Ken, Thank you for your responses. With the aid from a very bright light, I was able to see the internal snap ring (#24), and remove it. After removing the snap ring the unit almost fell apart. And by the way, the ball bearings did try there best to escape but I wrangled the all up. I...
  12. Mr Pugsley

    SB Handlever Collet Attachment Help

    Hello All, I purchased a Collet Closer for my 13" SB Lathe. It needs a little work and I would like to know how to disassemble the closer for a proper cleaning and inspection. The closer is missing items #30 & #31, and item #32 appears to be broken. I just placed an order with the good folks...
  13. Mr Pugsley

    South Bend Lathe Oil Quills - Thanks

    Hello SWBrooks, If you still have any quills available, I would like to purchase one. I just found this site yesterday and registered as soon as I found the South Bend Lathe forum. I have been reading posts for hours. Thanks, Dave
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