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    Default Monarch Model 70 13EE Sales Brochure pictures

    My apologies for the watermarks...

    [IMG]D1345F41-D185-432B-8739-38EEE0DA1F21 by crh2765, on Flickr[/IMG]


    [IMG]E80B57C9-102A-4FBF-A98A-3A5F790D7FA0 by crh2765, on Flickr[/IMG]


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    Man, how I'd like to have one of those in the 54"c/c config.

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    In reading the content the series 70 is a motor/generator like the 13EE. I was under the impression the 13EE then the 1000EE and later the series 70. Now I wonder if the 70 predates the name 13EE? The cable for the apron on the 70 is different than the 13EE but, aside from that it could be a 13EE.

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    Wow, is that nice or what

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cole2534 View Post
    Man, how I'd like to have one of those in the 54"c/c config.
    No fancy hydraulic tailstock but, 54" bed.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 20161216_161002-1-.jpg  

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    TheOldCar; Did you find this brochure with the documents that came with your new Model 70 Monarch? :-)

    DualValve

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    Quote Originally Posted by DualValve View Post
    TheOldCar; Did you find this brochure with the documents that came with your new Model 70 Monarch? :-)

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    I soooo wish!

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    From the best I can tell the order was:

    13EE
    1000EE
    Series 70

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    In the 1990s George Washington Machinery had a 1000ee, I believe it was made in 1964. There were some differences from the model 70.
    It had a longer electrical cabinet with 6 big vacuum tubes for the spindle control.
    The carriage was a little different, the compound rest was sleeker in shape.. almost delicate looking.
    The hydraulic tailstock was larger, with a pressure gage. With the pressure gage and accumulator the tail center pressure can be set on the gage, the pressure will be maintained on the work as heat expands it. The tail stock quill travel is worked with the little star wheel.
    The electrical cable to the 1000ee carriage is the type that self coils, easy way to spot the 1000ee.
    The 13ee must fit in somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donie View Post
    The hydraulic tailstock was larger, with a pressure gage. With the pressure gage and accumulator the tail center pressure can be set on the gage, the pressure will be maintained on the work as heat expands it. The tail stock quill travel is worked with the little star wheel.
    Thank you for that. I can apply a version of it to the partially-crippled HBX-360-BC's complex capstan TS. It already has provision for drive off a rack & pinion "pull" rod for drilling, plus a source of filtered and pressurized hydraulic fluid, the pump and tankage built-in, as it was originally built as a tracer.

    It can make use of my Bakeur spur-drive HS centre safer.

    No idea if that was why Monarch provided the adjustable and regulated/stabilized pressure TS system, but use of a spur-drive centre on tough alloy might be at least "one of" the reasons?

    Preventing distortion when turning thinwall tubing, and/or the flexing of small-diameter stock subject to bending if pressure was allowed to exceed its limits may also be reasons?

    Stronger, stiffer, heavier material is not usually as demanding, else more lathes from more makers would have had this feature, and more often seen.

    It shouldn't be quite rocket science to add the feature to other Monarch's.
    The world is full of new and surplused hydraulic (or air) goods these days.

    Also "live" centres as already have "spring" action, but even so, not ordinarily "selectable", let alone adjustable, let alone "cheap".

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    Dang She's a beauty. I think I'm in love......

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkmc View Post
    Dang She's a beauty. I think I'm in love......
    Uhmmm. "No touching!" Feelthy Ferroporn Fotos, only!

    Yah could be running the risk of being accused of "poly-iron-ary", wot with all the OTHER machinery you've been sharing a shop-towel with...


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    Quote Originally Posted by donie View Post
    In the 1990s George Washington Machinery had a 1000ee, I believe it was made in 1964. There were some differences from the model 70.
    It had a longer electrical cabinet with 6 big vacuum tubes for the spindle control.
    The carriage was a little different, the compound rest was sleeker in shape.. almost delicate looking.
    The hydraulic tailstock was larger, with a pressure gage. With the pressure gage and accumulator the tail center pressure can be set on the gage, the pressure will be maintained on the work as heat expands it. The tail stock quill travel is worked with the little star wheel.
    The electrical cable to the 1000ee carriage is the type that self coils, easy way to spot the 1000ee.
    The 13ee must fit in somewhere.
    The model 70 and 13EE were motor/generator machines. The 1000EE was the only one of the three with tube drive. I was under the impression the 70 was a later machine as well until the brochure said it was M/G. My 13EE was made in 1955, the 70's could have been the first iteration about 1952? The reason I think it was first, the 13EE has rollers on the end of the bed for the carriage cable, the 70 has no cable management.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve in SoCal View Post
    The model 70 and 13EE were motor/generator machines. The 1000EE was the only one of the three with tube drive. I was under the impression the 70 was a later machine as well until the brochure said it was M/G. My 13EE was made in 1955, the 70's could have been the first iteration about 1952? The reason I think it was first, the 13EE has rollers on the end of the bed for the carriage cable, the 70 has no cable management.

    Steve
    Post or point me toward some pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donie View Post
    In the 1990s George Washington Machinery had a 1000ee, I believe it was made in 1964. There were some differences from the model 70.
    It had a longer electrical cabinet with 6 big vacuum tubes for the spindle control.
    The carriage was a little different, the compound rest was sleeker in shape.. almost delicate looking.
    The hydraulic tailstock was larger, with a pressure gage. With the pressure gage and accumulator the tail center pressure can be set on the gage, the pressure will be maintained on the work as heat expands it. The tail stock quill travel is worked with the little star wheel.
    The electrical cable to the 1000ee carriage is the type that self coils, easy way to spot the 1000ee.
    The 13ee must fit in somewhere.
    I think I took pictures of that lathe. Before I could ask anything about it John said it was sold. 16x54monarchheadstock.jpg16x54monarchtailstock.jpg


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