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  1. The 3ba manual is available here:...

    The 3ba manual is available here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AixuXkj7rT9JxA_uW0zjvo6ReIqc?e=nWG1Bx
    Ole
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    Hauser 3BA manual

    Hi, folks!

    I have scanned the manual for Hauser 3BA jig borer here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AixuXkj7rT9JxA_bKLFpiEQcRmK6?e=Z9EKZU
    Ole
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    Aha! I see. Ole

    Aha! I see. Ole
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    Tom! Are you sure the o-ring on top of the oil...

    Tom! Are you sure the o-ring on top of the oil seals are original, and not some attempt at a "quick fix" ? From a distance it does not look right. Ole
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    Well done, Tom! Everything looking good to me. ...

    Well done, Tom! Everything looking good to me.

    The oil supply is totally redesigned, and obviously much improved. On my lathe the oil pump is mounted on the right end side of the main motor shaft,...
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    Well, Tom, the Schaublin gives you a more hefty...

    Well, Tom, the Schaublin gives you a more hefty quality feel to it, it looks and feels swiss. Is it more practical? Nope. When you get used to it the threading is ok, but on the Caz it is incredible....
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    Aha! The brake on the upper variator is totally...

    Aha! The brake on the upper variator is totally redesigned since my lathe. The box with the connections is the same.

    The brake: The purpose is that when you push the speed lever all the way past...
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    The piece broken off dose not look important, it...

    The piece broken off dose not look important, it faces the atmosphere, not the pressurized oil, it seems. There probably is a in pin in there somewhere that rides in the slot, or maybe it is just a...
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    That's right, but I am not sure if I remember...

    That's right, but I am not sure if I remember everything. I am not sure if I ever took the valve body out. It should at least rotate some, is it stuck? Maybe it has a burr from your extraction...
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    Very good, Tom! It seems to have transpired...

    Very good, Tom! It seems to have transpired reasonably well. The slidehammer is just the thing. The pin with the wheel survived, I think that is a very good thing! Another guy (not me) had to buy a...
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    Congrats! Now you have one worry less. Yes, when...

    Congrats! Now you have one worry less. Yes, when the pin is out the pulley should come off rather easily. Careful with the pin, especially with the wheel on the inner end. PS: Nice pictures!!
    Ole
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    Tom! Ooops.. That thing in the center there is...

    Tom!
    Ooops.. That thing in the center there is the valve body, and I don't think it likes being pushed. Hopefully the transfer pin I was talking about isn't bent or otherwise destroyed. Why the...
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    Tom! Yes I see. It is of course possible that...

    Tom! Yes I see. It is of course possible that they have omitted the ring, at least the slot where it went in isn't there anymore. I don't remember if I have seen a machine this late (80-ies) up...
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    This lathe is simply beautiful! It cannot have...

    This lathe is simply beautiful! It cannot have been used much since the eighties. More likely than not the user found it to be "too french"��. The metal and paint ages nicely, but the polyurethane...
  15. Well, what about centers? How would you arrange...

    Well, what about centers? How would you arrange that?
    Ole
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    I am sorry that the link to the Aciera f4 manual...

    I am sorry that the link to the Aciera f4 manual (old and new models) I used to have here under "Machinery manuals & brochures" was broken. It is now again active, see...
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    Sorry, an old link. This is better:...

    Sorry, an old link. This is better: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AixuXkj7rT9Jim_o77FrR62OUIXp
    Ole
  18. -Or better still, post it under Machinery Manual,...

    -Or better still, post it under Machinery Manual, Brochure and Photo Archives for all to see!

    Ole
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    Remember to fix all oil leaks before changing...

    Remember to fix all oil leaks before changing belts!

    Ole
  20. The part expands on the side towards the grinding...

    The part expands on the side towards the grinding wheel when heated by the grinding. When cooling down, there will be a resulting concavity. This is reduced when the cut is small and/or the cooling...
  21. The inner race has a sliding or press fit on the...

    The inner race has a sliding or press fit on the spindle, it is not threaded on. The only thread is in the nut. The purpose of the belleville washers might be to avoid any looseness if the races wear...
  22. I was also puzzled by this question. But on...

    I was also puzzled by this question. But on afterthought: If the balance is perfect with no balancing, the two weights will have to be set opposite each other. If the weights are not of exactly equal...
  23. This is what they look like. 3 weights in each...

    This is what they look like. 3 weights in each wheel:226427226428
  24. Bruce! On my Studer RM 250 the groove is...

    Bruce!
    On my Studer RM 250 the groove is straight sided, the weight is 3/4 split, the screw has a conical head, and expands the weight in the slot when tightened. Have you removed a screw...
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    Nice to hear. As you might know I am a little...

    Nice to hear. As you might know I am a little to-and-fro on the different fora. I now have a Schaublin 135 lathe and a Schaublin 213P miller, both in great running shape. I have just bought a Studer...
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