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    Default OK, More Unknown Tooling - Monarch 10EE

    OK, so still going through the Tooling that came with the 1969 Monarch 10EE. If you know what this thing is and what its purpose is PLEASE enlighten me!!

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    2nd one is an indicator holder that bolts (usually) onto the left side of the carriage. Allows an indicator to touch off on the adjustable stop rod in the headstock.

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    1st one may be a tool height setting device or indexing finger.

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    Check this one out, an original Monarch Multiple Index Face Plate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac007 View Post
    Check this one out, an original Monarch Multiple Index Face Plate

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    I have been wanting one of those for years...


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    SCOTT,
    Yes these are original Monarch, and I imagine not too many people ordered them at the time. I hear they are as “rare as hen’s teeth” !

    I have been studying MULTI-START THREADS and their applications. Not sure when I would be trying those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac007 View Post
    SCOTT,
    Yes these are original Monarch, and I imagine not too many people ordered them at the time. I hear they are as “rare as hen’s teeth” !

    I have been studying MULTI-START THREADS and their applications. Not sure when I would be trying those.
    I see a lot of multi start treads on valve stems, focusing helicoids on some camera lenses. At this point I think it is just a cool accessory to have. They don’t ever show up on eBay. As far as I have seen.


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    The first item is a tooth rest for a toll & cutter grinder. The last item-is an indexing drive plate for cutting multiple start threads. I have only seen them in photos, never a real one. Probably very rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott.burback View Post
    I see a lot of multi start treads on valve stems, focusing helicoids on some camera lenses. At this point I think it is just a cool accessory to have. They don’t ever show up on eBay. As far as I have seen.
    There have been 2 that I've seen in the past 15 years. I've got one of them.

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    Only time I made a multi start thread was on a worm screw for a Sheldon lathe apron.
    I would sure like one of those attachments you two have!
    Braggers! Show offs! Jerks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rke[pler View Post
    There have been 2 that I've seen in the past 15 years. I've got one of them.
    Yeah. The odds aren’t looking too good for me at the moment...


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    I was fortunate to pick one up from a member here. I remember he made an off hand comment about one in a post and I pounced. I actually work on lenses and it might just come in handy.

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    How often does one actually need to machine a multi-start thread? Maybe a screw for a lathe? I suppose a worm drive?

    I’ve never used the multi-start thread guide on my lathe.

    And now that I write this, the next job to come through the shop will require its use so I have to eat my words.

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    I've only had to make a handful of multi-start threads. I've used it more as a master for the D1-3 nose to check taper in chuck mounts I make from scratch. Handy to have a clean ground master for that as I don't have a gage for D1-3.

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    Own a Dong Yang, Korean built Okuma licensed copy that has the slickest multi start thread setup i have ever seen.
    Spindle nose is marked around its circumference with 6 timing marks.
    There is a reference line on he bearing retaining ring on the head stock.



    To use you cut the first start as normal, when finished, you rotate the spindle to the "0" mark.
    Disengage the tumbler gear, the rotate the spindle forward to the reference on the spindle for the number of starts you are cutting, and re-engage the tumbler gear.
    Cut the second start, and repeat for the number of starts required....setup will make 2,3,4,5 or6 starts off the spindle indexing....
    No accessories required!

    Cheers Ross

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