Leinen MLZ4SK - Headstock removal
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    Default Leinen MLZ4SK - Headstock removal

    I've recently purchased a Leinen lathe and am in the process of stripping it down and doing a partial restore on it.

    My understanding is that the headstock is held in place by two eccentric bolts and associated round t-slot bolts.

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    The bolt closest two the spindle loosens nicely, however the opposite one seems to be very tight.

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    I've rotated the bolt to the loosest position and tapped it with a deadblow hammer but have made no progress in sliding it off the ways.

    I was hoping someone had relevant experience and/or thoughts on subject.

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    I have the manual for that machine and unfortunately there are no drawings of the headstock fastening arrangement

    Quote Originally Posted by bpoweski75 View Post
    I've recently purchased a Leinen lathe and am in the process of stripping it down and doing a partial restore on it.

    My understanding is that the headstock is held in place by two eccentric bolts and associated round t-slot bolts.

    img_1442.jpg

    The bolt closest two the spindle loosens nicely, however the opposite one seems to be very tight.

    img_1438.jpg

    I've rotated the bolt to the loosest position and tapped it with a deadblow hammer but have made no progress in sliding it off the ways.

    I was hoping someone had relevant experience and/or thoughts on subject.

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    Thanks Dimitr.


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