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    Default Monarch Dauber, Dobber, Tail Stock Hole 1/2" diameter

    So a thread came up with questions of unknown holes on a Monarch CY. I own a 1943 16CY and my ears perked up.

    One of the mystery holes was the 1/2" hole on top of the tail stock.

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    This picture taken from this thread Monarch Mysteries - what are these holes for

    So, being a hobbiest machinist, it was interesting to hear this hole is for a Dauber. Read the thread above to get the whole story.

    Of course I need to have a dauber on my lathe, so I contacted a gentleman that makes daubers for other lathes and asked if he could make a dauber for a Monarch, 1/2" diameter well.

    Tim Q of Alisam Engineering found these pictures on PM forum. Looks good to me.

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    Sketch from this Thread 10EE Dauber Sketch

    He is on eBay and is going to look into a batch.

    I'll let you know if/when they are available.

    If you happen to have an actual dauber for a Monarch CY, or have more information, please don't hesitate to respond. I have given Tim Q Alisam Engineering the link to this thread. He is very busy so please don't nag him for any more information.

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    Seems like an easy enough project for someone with a lathe....

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    Agreed. Wish my lathe project was done so I can make parts for my lathe!~

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillWilly View Post
    Agreed. Wish my lathe project was done so I can make parts for my lathe!~
    For something that simple, if it was me and my lathe lacked power, I would make it by turning the spindle by hand... I've made bushings that way.


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