Schaublin 102 VM lathe dividing head accessory - how to dismount?
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    Default Schaublin 102 VM lathe dividing head accessory - how to dismount?

    This accessory 21.800 mounts on the end of the spindle and the fit is very tight in true Schaublin style. I am trying to remove it and wonder if it requires the use of a bearing Puller acting on the 2 bolts screwed in to the cog, or if there is a simpler method I have overlooked. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance, Adam

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    The worm gear is held with a key and set screw. There should be an access hole on the casting. Once loosened it should just slide off.

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    Thanks, I thought there should be something behind that access hole at the top of the casting but too small to look through and feeling around blind I could not find anything. I will look again. Do you know what tool turns this set screw? If an Allen hex key, what size?

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    Ok I have found the small set screw that has a slotted head and removed it but the boss retaining the gear (which revolves freely around the boss) is still pressed on far too tight to the spindle with that key to slide off easily, so i think now must be the time to make a Puller to fit those 2 bolts. Would this be right?

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    Puller puled it out fine. Many thanks Screwmachine.


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