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  1. No manuals then. Not something that was being...

    No manuals then. Not something that was being done.

    Leblond may be able to comment on lot numbers but that is doubtful - too far back

    Here is a 1911 Leblond - they also had gear heads by then...
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    I see the row 8 gears are 72 and 96 - meaning the...

    I see the row 8 gears are 72 and 96 - meaning the lead screw of the lathe is 6 pitch

    96/72 = 1.33333 : 1

    .125" X 1.3333 = .16666"

    Reciprocal of .16666 = 6
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    I made a note to look in the collection Tuesday

    I made a note to look in the collection Tuesday
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    Diameter X "pi" X length. Pi is like 3.142 so...

    Diameter X "pi" X length. Pi is like 3.142

    so - YOUR rod has an area of 5 X 3.142 = 15.71 Cm

    You did not include ANY info on the physical properties of your processing, so , no, we have no...
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    Given away recently. But then 17,000 lbs and 25...

    Given away recently. But then 17,000 lbs and 25 HP. Plenty of get up and go
    ...
  6. A little later version of Bulletin 16 shows the...

    A little later version of Bulletin 16 shows the 14 X 30 Pacemaker is but 125" overall

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/atw/atw-pacemaker-bulletin-16-1943-si.pdf

    Thanks to Greg Menke...
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    PDF sent of manual - maybe it will be useful. ...

    PDF sent of manual - maybe it will be useful. Pretty slim at 12 pages:D
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    Have the manual for the 25" serial 5886 - I'll...

    Have the manual for the 25" serial 5886 - I'll scan the RT page in the morning

    First thing that page cautions you about is having the drive motor turn the right way - has to make RT screw rotate...
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    You could try it - see if it finds ways to leak...

    You could try it - see if it finds ways to leak out where something heavier may not
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    Dual purpose D and A? I expect you will find the...

    Dual purpose D and A? I expect you will find the four holes without pins go all the way thru chuck body - so it could be bolted to A1-6" spindle nose - assuming removal of pins. :)
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    Its pecking order in Lot 4381 was #112. Lot...

    Its pecking order in Lot 4381 was #112. Lot total 125 - completed August 1943. Just says 2H Horizontal - so some plain, some universal - EVERY Universal went out the door with DH, its drive and all...
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    Its old. Put in what is available - like...

    Its old. Put in what is available - like Velocite 6. This is ISO 10 which is very light oil

    If apron oilers actually still oil ways and slides put in Vactra 2 - and if the ways and slides are...
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    Now as far as generic info on running old lathes...

    Now as far as generic info on running old lathes this will be hard to beat

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/5795.pdf
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    No "manuals" that early - not something being...

    No "manuals" that early - not something being done then - probably because they were so simple and were only sold to people that knew all about caring for simple machinery. Note the emphasis is on...
  15. How To Run A Lathe All sorts of vintages...

    How To Run A Lathe

    All sorts of vintages available including this jam packed one from long ago

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/5795.pdf

    P& W will likely have a "draw tube" passing thru...
  16. Inners/outers have nothing to do with masters and...

    Inners/outers have nothing to do with masters and top jaws. Image is typical bolt on hard top jaw. I would imagine these are regularly fixed (or replaced) as needed

    276468
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    Gary made a wooden cone pulley - page 7 and 9 ...

    Gary made a wooden cone pulley - page 7 and 9

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/antique-machinery-and-history/my-brand-new-1909-leblond-came-home-today-111983/index9.html?highlight=pulley

    ph
  18. Thread: Monarch 16CW

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    There is a real good reason for the pinion...

    There is a real good reason for the pinion bumping into the screw. Some things just are not noticeable

    I had an old L&S that had been rebuilt (rework ways/saddle/apron/shim rack down) who knows...
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    I'm supposing here.... The upper column...

    I'm supposing here....



    The upper column sticking out coupled with the obviously not very heavy over arms says LIGHT to me

    Note some have knee motor and others do not - another age indicator...
  20. Thread: Monarch 16CW

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    Email sent on this - in it I supposed the front...

    Email sent on this - in it I supposed the front way and saddle are worn enough to let pinion interfere with screw - such a condition would also show LOTS of slop in carriage hand wheel. Be...
  21. I see I am using a DH, but I sold it - about 10...

    I see I am using a DH, but I sold it - about 10 years ago

    If I made another I would just use my H/V rotary table:D

    If yours is 5 tooth that is no problem - every 72 degrees
  22. Rounded up two more in line with the early RPs ...

    Rounded up two more in line with the early RPs

    There is a much heavier gear head RP in the 1924 book - with apron showing three position lever
  23. Clutches are pretty easy to make. This one is a...

    Clutches are pretty easy to make. This one is a 9 tooth. They are always an odd number

    Should be a duplicate of your existing one?
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    Let's say you were in the 8 row. Those gears in...

    Let's say you were in the 8 row. Those gears in that lathe would result in the lathe cutting 8 threads per inch, about like a 3.18 pitch metric thread



    The image below shows the basics of...
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    Take the photo to a Benjamin Moore store and tell...

    Take the photo to a Benjamin Moore store and tell them you want that color in whatever suitable paint
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