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    Default Just bought a 12"C monarch and Have a few questions

    Firstly does the clutch disengage the whole gearbox or just the spindle and how is it operated

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    The clutch is between the input pulley and the rest of the machine. Stops the whole machine.

    Tom

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    Thanks Mate

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    Next question.:how do you reverse the direction of the power feeds?
    I am sure I have been stareing at it but not seeing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krankieone View Post
    Next question.:how do you reverse the direction of the power feeds?
    I am sure I have been stareing at it but not seeing it.
    If CK, lever on right edge of apron works lead screw reverse

    Easy to tell if it has lead screw reverse by the big hump on top the QC gear box

    Non LSR Monarchs have no hump and the lead screw reverses with a small lever on face on head stock

    FEED reverse is the three position lever on apron - you put this same lever in the center or neutral position when cutting threads using half nuts.

    Have CK manual scan that seems to email okay at 14MB - if you want to Private Message me that email address. These are very slim affairs for a "manual"


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