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    I think that CAT50 and NMTB50 are the same except...

    I think that CAT50 and NMTB50 are the same except the dogs are a different length. I shortened one of the dogs on my K&T 2K so that I can use either of the styles.
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    Thanks WillWilly, that is what I remembered.

    Thanks WillWilly, that is what I remembered.
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    Bijur Oil Pump Filter Assembly Order

    At one time, I found a post that said the oil pump filters were assembled felt/large screen/small screen or felt/small screen/large screen.

    Unfortunately, I can not find that post, so I need...
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    Me dumb too. I had already contacted the seller...

    Me dumb too. I had already contacted the seller before I realized they were the wrong parts.
  5. The old parts can be cut with a file, but just...

    The old parts can be cut with a file, but just barely. So, is it likely that I can broach a .200 to .250 keyway 2.75 long in steel that has a hardness of C35 with HSS broaches?
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    Those parts are for model 610 or 612. They look...

    Those parts are for model 610 or 612. They look like mine, but are quite a bit bigger.

    I would be interested in good used parts for a model 61
  7. Hardest material that can be broached with an arbor press and HHS broaches

    I have some lathe parts that I need to make that require two internal 1/4" keyways. The parts are about 1.24" ID and they need to be as hard as I can get them without having to heat treat them after...
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    Just out of curiosity, what did your parts cost?

    Just out of curiosity, what did your parts cost?
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    Yes, I will be repairing my half nuts. I will be...

    Yes, I will be repairing my half nuts. I will be using a process similar to that seen in this video series:

    YouTube

    My lead screw is 1.25x4 and I will need to build fixtures to bore out the...
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    I can make the parts. Monarch can make the...

    I can make the parts.

    Monarch can make the parts.

    Big money I am not willing to spend, time I have. I am a retired NASA structural engineer.
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    Moonlight I know that Monarch can make the...

    Moonlight
    I know that Monarch can make the parts, but I suspect that I can not afford them. I think Keith Rucker bought a bronze/brass worm gear from them over a year ago and spent $500 for it. ...
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    Help Finding Apron Parts for Monarch Model 61

    I am in the process of reworking a nominal 14" Monarch Model 61 and have found some parts in the apron that I might could make, but I would prefer to buy good used parts. In the Model 61 parts book ...
  13. The best way to do it is to remove the lead...

    The best way to do it is to remove the lead screw, remove the apron, and then remove the carriage. If you still want to remove the QC gearbox you can do it any time after removing the lead screw.
    ...
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    I can only say that my 24" has the standard back...

    I can only say that my 24" has the standard back gear arrangement and that I have never seen a South Bend with a double back gear.
    Mine is a 1921 and has a 4 step pulley.

    267711

    267712
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    I would seriously doubt that it has a non...

    I would seriously doubt that it has a non standard back gear arrangement.
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    Here here on the recommendation to nix the...

    Here here on the recommendation to nix the skates. That is how mine got face planted.
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    Awesome! I have only seen pictures of one other...

    Awesome! I have only seen pictures of one other South Bend 24. They are rare beasts. I own one, but this one seems to have all the goodies. It has a quick change gearbox, a taper attachment, the...
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    I am going to try using hex drive flat head...

    I am going to try using hex drive flat head screws and counter sinking the cover to fit. My block is fitted with c-bores for o-rings, so leaking is not likely but I may put some silicone on the...
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    Michael I am doing some similar work on my...

    Michael
    I am doing some similar work on my gearbox and would like to know what you did to fix the counter bored holes that broke out on the bottom cover.
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    I have a housing you can have. You pay shipping...

    I have a housing you can have. You pay shipping and it is yours.
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    One of the worst things people (especially...

    One of the worst things people (especially inexperienced people) do in interviews is criticizing their current or former employers. Always be positive in interviews so that the prospective employer...
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    Contact some of the folks at vintagemachinery.org...

    Contact some of the folks at vintagemachinery.org that own those saws and see if anyone will help you.
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    Could it be a 1.5-11.5 national pipe straight...

    Could it be a 1.5-11.5 national pipe straight mechanical (NPSM)? It could also be metric. Is most of the ship metric or imperial?
  24. Thread: Taxing Robots?

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    The government has never believed any tax is bad,...

    The government has never believed any tax is bad, so if anyone can conceive of a tax, the government is likely to pass it. That being said, if there are no people employed, and no one has any income...
  25. Unfortunately, there is not too much we can do to...

    Unfortunately, there is not too much we can do to stop a nut job from killing indiscriminately. Using cold (and maybe callus) hard logic, it is clear that the numbers of deaths from what the FBI...
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