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    picture of the spindle with the bearings (last type 7000 not NN)

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    Is this your handywork?



    Seriously, quit taking the machine apart! It takes many many 100s of hours to properly put it back together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jCandlish View Post
    Is this your handywork?



    Seriously, quit taking the machine apart! It takes many many 100s of hours to properly put it back together.
    Too tired to go and fire up the Wife's Macbook to grant you a 'like'. So I'll just say it.

    THANK YOU for sound advice. The old 'surgeon's maxim' "First, do no harm!"

    Wish I could believe it would be followed, but there yah go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jCandlish View Post
    Is this your handywork?



    Seriously, quit taking the machine apart! It takes many many 100s of hours to properly put it back together.
    Wow! You have eagle's eyes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazio87 View Post
    Wow! You have eagle's eyes!
    I suppose you buggered the headstock too.

    Just sell this machine. Advertise it on Ricardo.ch. Milan is not that far from Switzerland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazio87 View Post
    Wow! You have eagle's eyes!
    You kidding? Try renting a flat in Switzerland. Then turning it over "Swiss clean" when you leave.

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    You're wrong! Before dismantling the Chuck I read carefully the instruction manual of the schaublin. Unfortunately those who possessed it before me did not know what he was doing, much less of me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazio87 View Post
    You're wrong! Before dismantling the Chuck I read carefully the instruction manual of the schaublin. Unfortunately those who possessed it before me did not know what he was doing, much less of me
    If you had the manual and drawings why did you do it?

    Digging into the spindle is an astoundingly silly thing to do just to satisfy your curiosity.

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    As mentioned above, taking apart various parts I noticed that someone already put us hand, not knowing what he was doing.

    However I accept constructive comments, and tips on how to operate the lathe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazio87 View Post
    As mentioned above, taking apart various parts I noticed that someone already put us hand, not knowing what he was doing.
    That 'makes it right' somehow?

    How close to 'clean room facility' have you provided for the bearings alone?

    You should mebbe take up forensic pathology and work with corpses of humans.

    Y'see... no one mortal is ever going to have to put THOSE back into working order!



    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazio87 View Post
    However I accept constructive comments...
    Quit taking the machine apart! Get some metal preservative. It is like paint on grease. Paint it everywhere. Put the machine up for sale.

    and tips on how to operate the lathe
    There is no nice way to say this, you are out of your depth with this machine.

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    Grazio

    Do you have a few pics of the whole machine, so that we get a better feeling of what we're talking about ?

    I must admit I'm a bit surprised by the somewhat aggressive comments in that thread.
    For all we know, the OP bought a 150 dirt cheap as a wreck. No less, no more.
    Of course, taking the spindle apart is not exactly the first thing one would do on such a machine, but what the heck ? We don't know anything about the previous life of the machine, we don't know who did what on it before the OP dismantled it, we don't know how he did proceed doing so, we didn't even see the machine so far !

    Pictures !

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    Of course, taking the spindle apart is not exactly the first thing one would do on such a machine, but what the heck ? We don't know anything about the previous life of the machine, we don't know who did what on it before the OP dismantled it, we don't know how he did proceed doing so, we didn't even see the machine so far !
    Look at the picture. The gouge marks from prying the spindle off are fresh. There is a single oil stain witness mark at the parting boundary. It surely looks like it is the first time the spindle face was taken loose.

    Whatever.

    How many hours and what facilities does it take to rebuild a 150? I'd say it takes an experienced Monteur in a well equipped shop about 500 hours for a rebuild. Maybe Ole will volunteer how much time he has in his 135 rebuild? I'm ~200 hours into my 125 rebuild and I'm just about starting to put it back together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jCandlish View Post
    Look at the picture. The gouge marks from prying the spindle off are fresh. There is a single oil stain witness mark at the parting boundary. It surely looks like it is the first time the spindle face was taken loose.
    Yeah. Maybe. But judging from poor pictures advises cautious comments IMHO.
    Not to mention it's the OP's wreck after all, and even if he wanted to turn his lathe into a polishing machine, it would be his choice.
    May be dumb a choice, may be not that much depending upon the actual condition of the machine (I seem to recall Rüdiger Kramer told me he occasionally had to scrap machines that were beyond repair even for him).

    Wich leads us to my first request : MORE PICTURES of the whole deal !

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    It's his machine he can do what he wants to with it.
    Some of you guys confuse machines with precious works of art, get real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davehud View Post
    .. confuse machines with precious works of art
    That.. in the case of a Schaublin 150.. is NOT 'confusion'.

    It IS a 'precious work of art'.

    Bill

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    thanks TNB,thanks davehud,thanks jCandlish (I understand your professional comments)

    These are the images of when I discovered the lathe, the seller wanted to give it to the dump, now I hope to get more understanding, thanks

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    Victim of a fire.

    That explains why the motor is missing. Are there any electrical or plastic parts?

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    Period

    No way you'll get 6000 euros for it BTW...
    Not even close to that in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazio87 View Post
    thanks TNB,thanks davehud,thanks jCandlish (I understand your professional comments)

    These are the images of when I discovered the lathe, the seller wanted to give it to the dump, now I hope to get more understanding, thanks

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    Sheesh. Challenges dedication as a concept, that one does.

    Your heart is in the right place.

    Please have the patience to let your mind and hands learn, grow, follow - and catch-up.



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