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  1. Plus one here - don't worry about inside weld -...

    Plus one here - don't worry about inside weld - find out where it is and mill a groove for it in the insert.
  2. I used TWO dogs - one on TS quill with the vee...

    I used TWO dogs - one on TS quill with the vee typical of grinding dogs and one plain bent tail dog on the drill. The set screw of the grinding dog sticks in the key way on bottom of TS quill ( not...
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    Photos may help Here is one of the how-to...

    Photos may help

    Here is one of the how-to threads

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    have fun
  4. The point is is that you have an interesting pile...

    The point is is that you have an interesting pile of iron, with a strong likelihood you will never use - unless drilling and tapping (or otherwise machining) for whatever YOU want to bolt on

    :D
  5. And several appear to have in their resumes...

    And several appear to have in their resumes mounting of various spindle tooling - like custom fixtures
  6. Thread: Hendey 14x6

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    The old pesky word Often as confidence...

    The old pesky word



    Often as confidence builds and skills develop it will be more reasonable to DISCARD "find" and substitute MAKE

    :D
  7. Thread: Hendey 14x6

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    Early twenties catalog says #2 for 12, 14 and 16"...

    Early twenties catalog says #2 for 12, 14 and 16" - they all have a bush - the outside of which fits in the spindle and the inside of which fits the #2 collet set. May be differing in detail for...
  8. 1958 per serial book - its referred to as the...

    1958 per serial book - its referred to as the "old" model
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    Here is my old transcription of what was written...

    Here is my old transcription of what was written about "semi steel" in a book published in 1917. I'd apologize for the language but its his, not mine

    Book is Principles of Iron Founding and what...
  10. The "allen" set screws push on "scalloped" or...

    The "allen" set screws push on "scalloped" or beveled plugs to grip the bar
  11. Two different B&S 9 tapers in MHB - probably need...

    Two different B&S 9 tapers in MHB - probably need to concentrate on the Milling Machine version :)

    Standard Tapers

    Have fun
  12. B&S called them Universal Back Rests - finely...

    B&S called them Universal Back Rests - finely adjustable to just overcome "push off" on long skinny work pieces
  13. My same year (1947) No. 4 has been a great...

    My same year (1947) No. 4 has been a great grinder. These are mechanical - no hydraulics

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    Here is a non vary speed 32 speed one - I suppose...

    Here is a non vary speed 32 speed one - I suppose from mid fifties

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    I think lube specs are in the K&T part of Vintage...

    I think lube specs are in the K&T part of Vintage Machinery. If like the smaller mills - DTE Heavy Medium in both column and knee
  16. Ahhhh - an opportunity to post the photos of the...

    Ahhhh - an opportunity to post the photos of the one I looked at here in Houston with the "bucket of rocks" sounding head stock

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  17. The 2 TPI QC gear box was gone in the late...

    The 2 TPI QC gear box was gone in the late thirties. All later single tumbler QC boxes were 4 TPI

    My August '46 full line catalog 100-F still has the single tumbler set up

    Here is the last of...
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    A different sort of book - with numerous photos...

    A different sort of book - with numerous photos and illustrations - is American Iron 1607 - 1900 by Robert B. Gordon. Goes into Blister and Crucible steel making
  19. What is there in case that is unknown 320611 ...

    What is there in case that is unknown

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    All you larger (than 9A / 10K ) owners - note that there IS NO direct fit for any MT - you have to have the SB supplied bushing

    In case unknown,...
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    Any one that suits size and supposed speeds ...

    Any one that suits size and supposed speeds

    The NOT FUN part is any backing plate (the item that mounts the chuck) for THAT lathe will have to be made to suit the spindle nose and its threads.
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    Joe - you need to invest in the pair of books by...

    Joe - you need to invest in the pair of books by K.C. Barraclough Steel Making Before Bessemer

    I can loan you my pair of first editions if you don't like Amazon's seven hundred buck tab
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    Maybe because I am tardy in editing it in?:D

    Maybe because I am tardy in editing it in?:D
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    You know what they say - anything is available...

    You know what they say - anything is available for the right price
    Here we have an early forties machine that was used at three and four times contemporary speeds with diamond tools. Plain Class 0...
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    Early forties.I'll suppose its the old style...

    Early forties.I'll suppose its the old style like the flat belt drive photos

    Bearings are big precision angular contact ball bearings

    Scans of the little brochure that was part of the late...
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    Or surveyor's transit?

    Or surveyor's transit?
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