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    Default Prazi SD300 lathe lubrication

    Hi all,

    I need help on how to lubricate my Prazi SD300. I know how to lube most components but haven’t figured out how to lube the following:

    -leadscrew thrust and slide bearings

    -drive train stepped V belt pulley
    Is this pulley lubed by removing the snap ring and taking the pulley off shaft to clean and lube it?

    -Are there any other lube points in the drive train?

    Thanks,
    henrylr

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    Practical Machinist is not the best website to ask about hobby machines. Perhaps you did not think to use Google to look for answers. Here are links that may lead you to better sources of information. The manual has a little to say about lubrication, but you get to use common sense for items not covered.

    Hobbymat MD65 / Prazi SD300 lathe | bazmonaut

    [email protected] | Messages

    Larry

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    I've done many google searches on the web, asked the question on the sites you mentioned and other sites and didn't get any answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henrylr View Post
    I've done many google searches on the web, asked the question on the sites you mentioned and other sites and didn't get any answers.
    It still is not an excuse to violate the rules for this forum.....

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    So you have rules saying "no Hobby stuff"?

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    The rules are no discussion of hobby machines. However principles are the same so search for answers related to professional equipment.

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    Henrylr: Have you checked in over at HomeShopMachinist.net. They are a hobby machinst forum.

    JH


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