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    Default Scaublin 70 Toolmaker's Lathe

    The 1st lathe I learned on (when 9 yrs old) was a Schaublin 70 Toolmaker's lathe...

    Make: Schaublin
    Model: 70
    Year: 60's?

    Includes:
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    Variac Speed Control
    General Electric DC motor (model 5BC46AB 29G, 1725 rpm, 1/3 hp, 115V AC)
    70-12CR Bed for underneath drive with chromed ways (1)
    70-32 Headstock W 12 with hand operated drawbar (1)
    70-45 Screw Operated Carriage (2)
    70-65 Screw Operated Tailstock (2)
    70-68 Lever Operated Tailstock (1)
    70-90 Steady Rest with 3 guide jaws (1)

    Accessories:
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    70-30.510 Hand Operated Drawbar for W 12 Collets (2)
    70-30.602 Drawbar for Quick-closing of W 12 Collets (1)
    70-25.180 Protective Nut for Spindle Nose (2)
    504 W 12 Size II External Gripping Stepped collet with 4" brass faceplate (1)
    505 W 12 Size III External Gripping Stepped collet (62 mm id) (1)

    3" 3-jaw chuck for headstock w/ reversible jaws (1) (Union Mfg Co model 332-K)
    5" 3-jaw chuck with 1 set of outside jaws (1) (Union Mfg Co model 5405-H)
    W 12 Collets (18 pcs)

    70-46.010 1-screw Tool-post for tools 6x6 mm (3)
    70-46.060 2-screw Toolholder for tools 8x8 mm (2)

    drill chuck for tailstock
    70-74.041 60-degree Live Center for tailstock
    extra lever for tailstock

    besides the pic, I also have a 2 minute YouTube video showing the operation of the Variac controller...


    Scahublin 70 Lathe with Variac Speed Control - YouTube

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  2. #42
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    My Graziano Sag 14.

    Same specs as the others on this list but with a taper attachment and retrofitted 3hp single phase motor. Not as clean as some of the other Grazianos here, but not as rusty as some other lathes I've seen.
    2750lb approx. so was hoisted into my garage by a giant boom truck.
    A lovely clutch start machine that I've worked on for about 35 years as a teacher and a hobbyist.

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    Introducing my new lathe

    Make:Mori Seiki
    Model: NCSL-1000
    No:277
    Manufactured: 5th Nov 1985
    Control: Fanuc 20i/t(non original)
    Type: 6 tool on upper turret and 4 on lower.
    Power: 15kw main motor. 1.5hp hydraulic motor.
    History:Nil
    Condition: 1 hose found disconnected from upper turret.Manifold torn from hydraulic tank. multiple switches damaged in transit...
    She is a beauty!!!
    Last edited by craigw; 10-02-2016 at 09:30 PM.

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    I have owned this lathe for many years, but new to the forum.

    SCHAUBLIN 102VM

    Manufactured in 1949 (Serial#55787) and completely rebuilt by the Schaublin factory in 1983. (Rev.BR.14733/83)
    I acquired the lathe in 1984 and have been the only operator since the rebuild.
    Came with:
    30 piece set of change gears
    Overhead drive system for milling/grinding
    Vertical slide with milling head
    High speed grinding head
    (2) 3 jaw chucks
    (1) 4 jaw chuck
    Faceplate
    Steady rest, traveling rest, gravers rest
    32 piece set of W20 collets, misc W20 centers, adaptors, ect.
    15 pieces of B8 tooling; collets, centers, adaptors, ect for the milling and grinding heads
    Tripan QCTP with 6 tool holders including a bushing holder fitted with W20 bushing
    Coolant system
    Tailstock was updated to the MT2 version during the rebuild
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