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  1. Claud: The Serial Number Card for Hendey lathe...

    Claud:

    The Serial Number Card for Hendey lathe No. 30247 was misfiled at Aable Machine Tool Company sometime in the early 1990s, so I can't tell
    you the name of the original owner. The records...
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    RCPDesigns: You Georgia Boys have got me...

    RCPDesigns:

    You Georgia Boys have got me confused and at my age that is an easy thing to do. I answered one inquiry about a 1B Universal Milling
    Machine, then I get a private Message from another...
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    raven007: The Hendey 1B Universal Mill weighs...

    raven007:

    The Hendey 1B Universal Mill weighs 2160lbs. Does it have the Vice, Dividing Head and the Raising Block? The Hendey No.2 (B style) Mill weighs 2875lbs.

    Hendeyman
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    SuperrSteeve: Welcome to the Forum. Except...

    SuperrSteeve:

    Welcome to the Forum.

    Except for the history of a particular Hendey product, you will find a great deal of valuable information in the Archives relating to
    various Hendey...
  5. woodsrider845: Hendey lathe No. 12888, a 12 x...

    woodsrider845:

    Hendey lathe No. 12888, a 12 x 5, Cone Head model, was completed during the last week of August 1911. It was shipped with an Oil Pan and
    a Taper Attachment. The original owner was...
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    eLarry3: Depending on when a particular 15...

    eLarry3:

    Depending on when a particular 15 inch Friction Shaper was built, the Ram Rack length varied from 19-3/4 inch to 20-5/8 inches. This
    Shaper would be considered a 15 inch model. To...
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    Natez14: Hendey lathe No. 10150, a 16 x 7 Cone...

    Natez14:

    Hendey lathe No. 10150, a 16 x 7 Cone Head model, was scheduled for completion during the last week of August 1908. It was shipped with a
    Taper Attachment. The original owner was the CM...
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    Larry in NH: Production Records for the...

    Larry in NH:

    Production Records for the Friction Shapers produced prior to 1900 appear to have not survived. The 15 inch Friction Shapers were normally produced in lots of 30 machines at a time....
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    fa_ember: I will try to answer your questions...

    fa_ember:

    I will try to answer your questions in the order they were posted.

    If you will look at the end of your Tailstock Spindle you will see what looks like a bushing, this is the Spindle...
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    fa_ember: Regarding the Intermediate Gear...

    fa_ember:

    Regarding the Intermediate Gear Bushing, the Bushing and the Gear are one sliding unit with the Bushing extending to the left of the Gear
    forming a knob for sliding the gear in and out...
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    KTapply: If you look inside the bed from the...

    KTapply:

    If you look inside the bed from the tailstock end, you will notice a large nut hanging down from the Eye Bolt. Spray the area with
    penetrating oil and remove the nut. Use a piece of wood...
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    fa_ember: Because the Intermediate Gear does...

    fa_ember:

    Because the Intermediate Gear does not use a detent to keep it engaged, most people assume that some sort of bushing is required to keep
    it engaged. Since the Spindle only rotates in...
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    682bear: Hendey lathe No. 21628, a 12 x 4 Cone...

    682bear:

    Hendey lathe No. 21628, a 12 x 4 Cone Head model, was completed on April 25, 1919 and is considered a 1918 model. The original owner was
    the Burroughs Adding Machine Company, Detroit,...
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    fa_ember: No information is listed for Hendey...

    fa_ember:

    No information is listed for Hendey Lathe No.1750 other than it is a 14 x 8, no original owner is listed. Production records only go back
    to 1899 and so it is necessary to interpolate...
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    elieberman: Welcome to the forum> Hendey...

    elieberman:

    Welcome to the forum>

    Hendey lathe No.15308, a 12 x 4 Cone Head model was completed during the last week of april 1914. It was shipped with an Oil Pan and a
    Taper Attachment. The...
  16. Kcrider: Hendey lathe No.16288, a 14 x 6 Cone...

    Kcrider:

    Hendey lathe No.16288, a 14 x 6 Cone Head model, was scheduled for completion during the first week of June 1915. It was shipped with a
    Taper Attachment and an Oil Pan. This lathe has a...
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    EarlF: Besides the gear train that Johnoder...

    EarlF:

    Besides the gear train that Johnoder mentioned, there is usually a long rectangular vise that mounts on the table that holds the blanks
    that are to be cut. There is a gib, sometimes...
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    M1782t: I will assume that you are talking...

    M1782t:

    I will assume that you are talking about the Rack Gear and Pinion Assembly. At the time that your lathe was built, Hendey had changed Pressure Angles. The Pinion Gear is a standard 9DP...
  19. Thread: Hendey 34695

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    stonehaven: Hendey lathe no. 34695, a No.1 x...

    stonehaven:

    Hendey lathe no. 34695, a No.1 x 30 High Speed model. was ordered on May 1, 1942 and was one of eighteen identical lathes that were
    ordered. It was scheduled for completion during the...
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    ForkLiftMuseum: It was not clear from your...

    ForkLiftMuseum:

    It was not clear from your post why you chose 1947 as the representative year for the early Ross Forklift Trucks. Ross was building these
    trucks during WW2 and I will assume that...
  21. Bob Dorn: Hendey lathe No. 4572, a 24 x 8,...

    Bob Dorn:

    Hendey lathe No. 4572, a 24 x 8, Cone Head model, was completed on July 24, 1901. It was shipped with a Taper Attachment. Hendey built
    two styles of 24 inch lathes, a light and a heavy,...
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    jerholz: Hendey lahte No. 34095, a 12 x 30, 12...

    jerholz:

    Hendey lahte No. 34095, a 12 x 30, 12 speed, Geared Head model, was ordered on May 9, 1942 and was scheduled for completion during the
    first week of December 1942. It was one of a large...
  23. Mrmoto9: Hendey lathe No.33803, a 14x30, 12...

    Mrmoto9:

    Hendey lathe No.33803, a 14x30, 12 Speed, Geared Head model, was one of five identical lathes ordered on April 21, 1942. The Serial
    Numbers were: 33680, 33700, 33709, 33721 and 33803....
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    Hartkem: Hendey lathe No. 33173, a 12x30, 12...

    Hartkem:

    Hendey lathe No. 33173, a 12x30, 12 Speed, Geared Head model, was ordered on March 10, 1942 and scheduled for completion during the last
    week of June 1942. Normal operating speed was...
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    stonehaven: The No.1 High Speed Lathe was not...

    stonehaven:

    The No.1 High Speed Lathe was not sold with a Tailstock, it was an option. It was sold with either the standard tailstock or the Quick
    Retracting type as shown in the...
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