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    Default Hembrug DR1 leaflet

    Hello all,i just scanned Hembrug DR1 lathes leaflet,it is one PDF file,43 pages,
    size 40 mt.I sent it to Metalworking.com dropbox,also i can sent it direct if somebody wants.

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    Default DR-1 leaflet

    Hi, I'd like a copy of that if you don't mind. I'll send a PM with my email address.

    Thanks

    Greg

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    Default DR-1 Copy

    Hi, I'd like a copy of that also if you don't mind. send that E-Mail to typing:: [email protected].

    Thanks
    Jon

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    Hi, when your busy sending those e-mails, would you mind to add me to that list?
    e-mail adress: [email protected]

    Thanks,
    Joey

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    Under what name is it in the dropbox ?

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    i send one file,name:Hembrug DR 1 leaflet.pdf

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    Default DR-1 Down-Load Not 43 Pages only 20 ? ? ? ?

    Quote Originally Posted by viilari View Post
    Hello all,i just scanned Hembrug DR1 lathes leaflet,it is one PDF file,43 pages,
    size 40 mt.I sent it to Metalworking.com dropbox,also i can sent it direct if somebody wants.
    The Download is only puting out 1 Page per your efferts when sending them !

    Have no Idea whats wrong !

    Thought you would like to know about that !

    Jon

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    Hi, just read your post from 2009 about hembrug DR1 leaflet, Im about to aquire one and would like any info I can get, is it possible to send to me via gmail?
    [email protected], would really e appreciated. Thanks

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    Hi everyone, so I got my hembrug DR1 LS lathe , seems to be in good shape, got the carriage stripped down for cleaning and painting , anyway I’m wondering if anyone would know the DP of those cotton fibre safety gears , gonna build my own, the current ones are missing some teeth It’s a 24 speed drive and supposedly the speeds are standard 45-4000,but the on I got is from 71-4000 on speed chart, anyone know of machines with this speed range?? Every DR1 machine I’ve found online so far is 45-4000??

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    Hello Welderwill,

    I think it isnt DP, but module.
    At least the AIs i know have module.

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    [QUOTE=Jon Leyden;1069299]Hi, I'd like a copy of that also if you don't mind. send that E-Mail to typing:: [email][email protected]

    Thanks

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    Make sure to make those cotton fiber gears out of a sheet of cotton fiber Not a round bar
    The fiber is orientated the wrong way then
    But replacements are made out of a plastic nowadays Delrin or something

    Peter

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    Thanks for the tip.i think I’ll just go with the Delron but still need to figure out the module so I can get some gear cutters, if anyone knows what the module is would be really appreciated thanks, Peter, you seem to be pretty knowledgeable about these machines, my machines low speed is 71 instead of the normal 45, the 50-60 hertz wouldn’t have that much effect? Calculations suggest if 45 is at 50 hertz then 60 should be around 54?? I was told that from serial # I got a 1975 machine, maybe changed things on later models?? Got 4 thou of wear on bed, shouldn’t effect accuracies that much??thanks to all for replying.

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    The other Peter is the knowledgeable, but i do know how to check module.

    Count the teeth and add two. Multiply by module you should have the Outer diameter in mm.

    Or Outer diameter divided by toothcount plus 2 equals module.

    My guess is module 1,5.

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    Yes Modul 1.5
    On a 133 it is Mod2
    Replacements are with 2 ballbearings
    6000ZZ IIRC
    Peter

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    Hay Peter! Ive got about 29 sets of them Gears made of "Delrin" $20 A set Free shipping also just EMail me at [email protected] ==========
    Quote Originally Posted by Peter from Holland View Post
    Make sure to make those cotton fiber gears out of a sheet of cotton fiber Not a round bar
    The fiber is orientated the wrong way then
    But replacements are made out of a plastic nowadays Delrin or something

    Peter

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    Hi, I need a set for the DR1, how do you need to get paid? Paypal?thanks

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    Hi, I need a set of those gears, got any left? How do I pay? Paypal would work great for me. Thanks

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    I’d also be interested to know what year hembrug did the update on the threading lever system, mine got a spring loaded quick release plunger that disengages the half nuts when it hits the carriage stop, I see a lot of them don’t gave the auto trip function,
    Which is an almost must if you do a lot of threading IMO.


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