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    Default what lathe is this

    this is listed local and only has a pic no description, what mfg and model and any other info would help, thanks

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    s&s
    schuchard & schuette?

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    That switch on the right hand pedestal will identify this lathe. Looks like the chip pan was cut away in the middle? I would guess designed around 1950 from the streamlined tailstock
    Bill D.

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    Without knowing the price or condition it looks worth having.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rand View Post
    Probably not....more likely it was imported by S & S Machinery of Brooklyn, NY. They were a budget alternative to US machines and tended toward private labeling Italian made machines. The "S & S" font on the machine base is identical to such on an S & S brochure I have for their "SuperMill" HBM.

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    What is that lever/control on the right-hand pedestal for??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    That switch on the right hand pedestal will identify this lathe. Looks like the chip pan was cut away in the middle? I would guess designed around 1950 from the streamlined tailstock
    Bill D.
    I think you can see some rails under the edges of the chip pan where a removable middle pan would slide in. Similar arrangement was on our old ZPS-TOS turret lathe (Czech made). Motor style also looks eastern European to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    Probably not....more likely it was imported by S & S Machinery of Brooklyn, NY. They were a budget alternative to US machines and tended toward private labeling Italian made machines. The "S & S" font on the machine base is identical to such on an S & S brochure I have for their "SuperMill" HBM.
    20180908_021619.jpg Same dealer on this Induma "Supermill" Horizontal (Italian) that we used to have.

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    Is that a surface grinder sitting just to the right of it? to me that seems like a bad idea.


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