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    WTB: Dake 50H Hydraulic Press Hoist

    Elwood, Thanks for tip on these hoists. I am guessing that the original hoist suffered a break and was discarded.
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    WTB: Dake 50H Hydraulic Press Hoist

    Hi, Anyone out there have a used hoist for a Dake 50H hydraulic press? My school-surplus press came without the hoist. Thanks, Allen
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    Advice on getting into a Lodge and Shipley 14" Model X apron?

    Ken, Thanks so much for the finding your pictures and taking the time to post them to help me. I appreciate it so much! Those are very nice pictures too!
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    Advice on getting into a Lodge and Shipley 14" Model X apron?

    Thank you Ken for helping me. Looking forward to the pictures.
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    Advice on getting into a Lodge and Shipley 14" Model X apron?

    Haha, Thank you for the advice and all of the pictures!
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    Advice on getting into a Lodge and Shipley 14" Model X apron?

    I'm attempting to take the apron off of my Lodge and Shipley Model X lathe. Taking the feed levers that resemble cow udders off of the apron exposes the shafts for the longitudinal and cross feed engagement. Around those shafts coming out of the apron are brass bushings with wider collars up...
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    Lodge and Shpley Model X 20" Standard-Feeding too fast-change gear issue?

    I'm sorry that you struggled with it, but I admit getting a chuckle when I read the solution. Sort of like you will probably when enough time has passed if you aren't there already. Thanks for coming back to let us know what happened.
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    WANTED: Di-Acro "Ejectomatic" for Rod Parter #2

    Ede, I'm glad to see this topic come up. I'd like to know how that spring works. I was fortunate to pick up a No. 2 this year myself.
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    Motor shaft questions

    Many thanks for the replies. I think bolting it down sounds like a good solution.
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    Motor shaft questions

    The buffer is direct drive and the motor shaft is held by bearings that are in the end of cast iron hollow arms and only about 6" of shaft extends beyond the cart iron arms. Maybe the grinder was dropped and the shaft bent a bit in inside the cast housing near the motor. I bought the buffer...
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    Motor shaft questions

    I have a pedestal buffer and I think I need to make a new shaft for it because it wants to walk across the floor even with no wheel on the shaft. One end of the 1" shaft has a .0005" runout and the other end has a .0015" runout. If I make a new shaft out of 4140 should I start with annealed or...
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    Information to make gears for metric threading for Lodge & Shipley 14" Model X?

    Thanks for the replies. This project seems above my head right now. I appreciate the time you took to reply.
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    Information to make gears for metric threading for Lodge & Shipley 14" Model X?

    Does anyone have the information to be able to make the proper gears for metric threading? I checked with Monarch and the cost was too much for me. The manual specifies the gears needed with respect to the number of teeth for both the change gears and the two "drivetrain" gears. The attached...
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    Gears for Lodge & Shipley 14" Model X for metric threading?

    Does anyone have the gear set for a Lodge & Shipley 14" Model X for Metric threading? Allen
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    Geometric die heads and a MT4 tailstock

    Limy, Thanks for those references on die heads. I'm reading over them.
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    Geometric die heads and a MT4 tailstock

    The die heads trip when the tailstock runs into the carriage.
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    Geometric die heads and a MT4 tailstock

    I've got three geometric die heads that I've picked up. In the videos I've watched most are having the die head pull the tail stock into the carriage to release the dies from the workpiece. In the videos I've seen the tailstocks are not very big and I'd like to know if anyone is using a die...
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