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    My thinking is that 2 is for new or in great...

    My thinking is that 2 is for new or in great shape machines and 4 is for not so new - with maybe a hard life. I have never owned any 3 if there is such a thing
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    I suppose so. They knew by mid thirties (first...

    I suppose so. They knew by mid thirties (first "C" was 1935) that their early twenties "B" was lovely but old hat. Interestingly, the 13 B got a make over for WW2 that included the bearings but...
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    Additional stuff to digest. Lukewarming by...

    Additional stuff to digest. Lukewarming by Michaels and Knappenberger

    Guys that have a somewhat different view than the prevailing
  4. Similar to my 3B Jig Bore by P&W - has a...

    Similar to my 3B Jig Bore by P&W - has a contactor in the large electrical enclosure for each of the four speeds. Runs great on a 3KVA ACME three phase dry type general purpose transformer that new...
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    If that is 914, its from 1944

    If that is 914, its from 1944
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    Maybe useful

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2098/6524.pdf

    ph
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    If you don't "find" some sparky that is...

    If you don't "find" some sparky that is comfortable around machine tools, then you will have to be IT

    First thing to KNOW is is the motor "connected" for low volts. Seller may know. If not you...
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    Looks like 1967

    Looks like 1967
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    ON EDIT ....... of course I meant the SELLER, not...

    ON EDIT ....... of course I meant the SELLER, not the buyer - apologies
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    A less classy version came on my CW16 X 102 -...

    A less classy version came on my CW16 X 102 - sort of a twenty pound "travel dial" that bolts to right end of apron (after you take off the thread dial:D )
  11. I have to correct an assumption:D EACH of us...

    I have to correct an assumption:D

    EACH of us had to design and build a die and make it work. Others had more success than I:)

    52 years back now
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    One of the old time "wire" makers - who always...

    One of the old time "wire" makers - who always managed to load up their catalogs with great related info

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    1953 or thereabouts

    1953 or thereabouts
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    No "expert" here Part # 21 (31?) is slinger. ...

    No "expert" here

    Part # 21 (31?) is slinger. No seal usually in USA engine lathes. I have a later LeBlond print on the 16" Heavy Duty - it has slinger out front and uses the normal LABYRINTH...
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    Metal Working Tools | Metal Shop Tools | US...

    Metal Working Tools | Metal Shop Tools | US Industrial Tool - U.S. Industrial Tool

    I have their catalog #11 - probably at least 25 years old

    A 7X riveting hammer (air) THEN was about $650.
    ...
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    About as "square head" as they got. I imagine...

    About as "square head" as they got. I imagine this is like late fifties

    PRATT AND WHITNEY LATHE - tools - by owner - sale

    ph
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    Likely a war baby - left the pristine West...

    Likely a war baby - left the pristine West Hartford plant (brand new '39) only to work its hiney off 24/7 in some busy defense plant

    Here are a pair of slope head Model Cs foreground, with a Model...
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    Covered in infinite detail in Earle Buckingham's...

    Covered in infinite detail in Earle Buckingham's books - and others no doubt
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    Bulletin 16, 17 and 20 will be close to applying...

    Bulletin 16, 17 and 20 will be close to applying

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/index.html

    Thanks to Greg Menke

    May have the bolt on tool steel outer vee ways by '47 - they had no...
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    "When made?" Early ones (1935 - 1945) were...

    "When made?"

    Early ones (1935 - 1945) were what I call "slope heads" - they WANTED them to look a bit like the Model B they were replacing

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    As of '48 they were turning into "square...
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    I'll ask the scanning department to schedule it....

    I'll ask the scanning department to schedule it. :D

    Sorry it took so long

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1412/15016.pdf
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    US Industrial Machinery C6233A 115-2000 Rpm...

    US Industrial Machinery C6233A 115-2000 Rpm Engine Lathe W/Aloris Tool Post Hold | eBay

    That price is what the buyer hopes for. Check back after sale to see what some one actually paid - if...
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    Add the two pitch diameters and take half of that...

    Add the two pitch diameters and take half of that - which will be center distance

    Example:

    4DP 48 teeth and 4DP 96 teeth

    Have 12.000 and 24.000" pitch dias.

    12 plus 24 = 36
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    Did good 279527279528 I cheated and made as...

    Did good

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    I cheated and made as large a bar as would fit and also used a set of three tools since it was so long

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    "Arbors" - like in your photo - have some length...

    "Arbors" - like in your photo - have some length

    Are they bent?

    Are the spacers out of parallel? That situation will sure make them "wobble"

    If you put something GOOD and SHORT (like a...
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