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  1. The U in 2J2U means universal as well. This is...

    The U in 2J2U means universal as well. This is handy:
    Cincinnati Milling & Grinding Machines Serial Numbers Index | Ozark Tool Manuals & Books

    Click the pdf links inside these links to see...
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    Appreciate that, but if you look at the pic with...

    Appreciate that, but if you look at the pic with the red circle, you'll see an oil trench on OD of nut. That trench does line up with top oil hole, and the lower hidden oil hole leading to crossfeed...
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    Bridgeport Maintenance Funny Time

    Bought an old J head several years ago. With other projects I've been using as is, though I know its needed some love. In fact the seller who sold to me, told me the adjuster for table gib was stuck...
  4. Collet closers may or may not be trickier to get....

    Collet closers may or may not be trickier to get. But speed chucks and the sort are out there rather plentiful for collets without needing a left end closer handle.
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    A little update to my experimenting. When...

    A little update to my experimenting. When originally playing around and mixing, I had accidentally dripped some paint from a stirring stick, of an unfinished mix. Later I saw the drops and thought it...
  6. Just thought of this, but while its off might...

    Just thought of this, but while its off might want to replace a couple of seals it you havn't already decided to do so. I picked them up myself off ebay, maybe $15 bucks total.

    And if you have the...
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    Besides traveling on trailer, just moving it...

    Besides traveling on trailer, just moving it through shop, If you take the whole overarm off with the head you'll never tip over and face plant. I think its 4 bolts into the main column.
  8. I have a Monarch Series 61, so my answer is a...

    I have a Monarch Series 61, so my answer is a Monarch Series 61 :D. Mine is a toolroom lathe, taper attachment, lead screw reverse. Just a very elegant lathe. One feature I like over the others...
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    The main base of the Cincinnati pic looks like a...

    The main base of the Cincinnati pic looks like a plain OD grinder. But if you just right of grinding wheel, it looks like half the hinge is still on grinding head for an ID drop down attachment.
    ...
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    The Aloris style qctp is pretty much the norm....

    The Aloris style qctp is pretty much the norm. Aloris and Dorian being the USA made, higher quality and cost versions. Phase II the better quality Chinese version, mid range price. Then all the...
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    Out of curiosity, what are the spindle speeds ?

    Out of curiosity, what are the spindle speeds ?
  12. Funny story, and coincidence. Notice his...

    Funny story, and coincidence. Notice his reproduction looking brass plates and tags toward the end of thread ? I remembered he did them himself, really nicely done.

    Just a couple days ago in the...
  13. True, some people remove the dc motors. And with...

    True, some people remove the dc motors. And with vfd's used widely, there are, at face value, cheaper options. But I don't think they are getting the same spindle speed ranges either that the DC...
  14. I'd argue that a bit. :D Atleast as far as South...

    I'd argue that a bit. :D Atleast as far as South Bend 16". Not as heavy as a Pacemaker 16", or a Monarch 16". But they have enough weight to be fairly rigid and smooth operating.

    Now all sorts of...
  15. There have been different configurations over...

    There have been different configurations over it's history. One I saw at Swatkins shop appeared to have an AC motor turning a generator, which I assume powered the DC motor. An old thread showing a...
  16. The 10ee guys have a ton more experience with the...

    The 10ee guys have a ton more experience with the dc motors and controlllers. One real good thread of a controller put together with more modern and obtainable parts is here:
    Parker/Eurotherm...
  17. As far as a dro or digital reader for setting...

    As far as a dro or digital reader for setting degrees. I'm not sure, I haven't wrapped my head around it enough.

    Finding your zeros and reference points I have put more thought into.

    My first...
  18. There's more than one way to skin a cat....

    There's more than one way to skin a cat. Depending what you have on hand, or what you want to buy.

    If we are talking a 9a, which I think you have. Then you probably have a common taper in your...
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    I got the Sjogren 2A-D3 in. Threads are ok, and...

    I got the Sjogren 2A-D3 in. Threads are ok, and mechanism works. Its pretty crudy like it sat untouched for many years. So I'm thinking I'll have to tear it down and clean it one day. The rubber on...
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    Well I think I have my 10ee color. I ran my...

    Well I think I have my 10ee color. I ran my recipe from the various Patrick Black paint threads, on the front side of my B & S surface grinder. In person, it just looks so great.

    I only did...
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    I would believe the swing of lathe. 13", 16" etc.

    I would believe the swing of lathe. 13", 16" etc.
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    Changed my plans a little. I meant to just paint...

    Changed my plans a little. I meant to just paint the hydraulic doors on the base. But I started getting into it, and did most of the front of machine.

    I did prep work, but mediocre prep work...
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    You sure seem to break a lot of stuff lately. :D...

    You sure seem to break a lot of stuff lately. :D

    Hey, if it was easy, it wouldn't need you to fix it.

    Not sure on the wiring, I'd have to lay an eyeball on it. But the gear, you could have a...
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    That's really good info, appreciate that. I...

    That's really good info, appreciate that. I really hadn't thought of that. That link is real informative as well.

    I bet that's exactly what's going on. Just shoving up into place to lock the...
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    I appreciate that. I think you guys might be a...

    I appreciate that. I think you guys might be a bad influence on me though. :D I went a little collet crazy I guess. I came to conclusion that I wanted to go with nice collets, and all in Hardinge if...
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