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    Hey Tyrone, Very cool that you used one of these...

    Hey Tyrone,
    Very cool that you used one of these MP-4 machines.
    I have the exact machine that Glassman has pictured here.
    I have a question....
    Are there any safety stops for the down and up...
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    As a fellow owner if an MP-4, I would like to...

    As a fellow owner if an MP-4,
    I would like to offer my sympathy for your situation.
    These machines are just so beautiful.
    I hope you check your machine out and find it not too bad.
    Best of luck....
  3. Anyone ever try those UltraViolet lamps to...

    Anyone ever try those UltraViolet lamps to discourage
    growth in their coolant tanks???

    -D
  4. ...And no one said to always run the max speed...

    ...And no one said to always run the max speed and feeds.
    You can get a good surface finish going slow.
    This production-mindset of speeds and feeds often times
    violates common sense. Each...
  5. Worrying about a lathe capable of 1600 rpm and...

    Worrying about a lathe capable of 1600 rpm
    and having a chuck only rated for half that
    seems like a problem with managing expectations.
    Somehow you have the idea that the chuck should
    be able to...
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    Looks like an ML series. Sexy as hell. -Doozer

    Looks like an ML series.
    Sexy as hell.

    -Doozer
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    HOME | fabrication-associat...

    HOME | fabrication-associat

    The link is to Fab Associates.
    These guys are right up the street from me.
    They have about 5 or 6 King VTLs in their facility.
    From smaller to kinda large.
    They...
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    I think the key fobs were from the night...

    I think the key fobs were from the night watchman's keys.
    Hardinge also made night watchman's clocks.

    -Doozer
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    Thank you John, I think my machine is a 1946. ...

    Thank you John, I think my machine is a 1946.
    Yes I stumbled on to the books at Vintage Machinery.org.
    Collector, Nice looking machines you have there.
    I google mapped your city. It looks like...
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    Nice machine, Nice shop. -Doozer

    Nice machine, Nice shop.

    -Doozer
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    Thanks Joe. Well it is really not really...

    Thanks Joe. Well it is really not really important to me what brand it is.
    More of a "like to know" type of thing, and I thought it was fun to post
    it here. Also not really looking for a manual...
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    I do not have a parts breakdown of my G&L 25T....

    I do not have a parts breakdown of my G&L 25T.
    Was wondering if the spindle has ball bearings.
    Pondering this because the facing head that I
    have apparently came from a much larger machine.
    That...
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    SUMMIT Mystery solved. --Doozer ...

    SUMMIT

    Mystery solved.

    --Doozer

    ...
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    Man, that thing is sooooo kool. It would look...

    Man, that thing is sooooo kool.
    It would look really nice on the surface plate in any shop.
    It has the old timey straight up/down adjustment knob.
    I always like those because of the sexy way the...
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    I thought Tyrone would nail it on the first try....

    I thought Tyrone would nail it on the first try.
    Oh well. Thanks for trying.
    --D
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdRTUEwWzqY ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdRTUEwWzqY

    Second video.

    There seems to me a maker's mark stamped on a few parts of this head.
    "CTC" and a number, like 73A or 78A, all within a circle is what...
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    I like to use straight knurling for such jobs...

    I like to use straight knurling for such jobs
    and not diamond knurling, but the job looks well done.

    --Doozer
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    Facing Head for HBM Help Identify Maker

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMN4wQ1NFW4269018

    At a recent auction I bought a facing head, hoping to fit it to my G&L 25T. It was an online auction, and the head was on a pallet with some...
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    If you can obtain a sheet of friction material,...

    If you can obtain a sheet of friction material,
    like from McMaster-Carr or similar place,
    I would make a CAD drawing of the shape you need
    and take the CAD file and the material to a water-jet...
  20. Just my comments on machine oils.... A heavier...

    Just my comments on machine oils....
    A heavier oil with stick to the gears and "climb" throughout
    the gearbox of the machine and spray everywhere.
    A thinner oil will stick to the gears and splash...
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    If you open the clutch pulley door, (the big...

    If you open the clutch pulley door, (the big one), there are some splined power feed rods that run vertically. Does one of these rods match the spline you need? If so, let me know quick. They are...
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    I have a Brown & Sharpe #13 as well as different...

    I have a Brown & Sharpe #13 as well as different brands of other surface grinders. Just to let you know, for use as a surface grinder, the #13 has an accessory spindle extension that allows the...
  23. The quill handle is made small for a reason. It...

    The quill handle is made small for a reason.
    It is so you don't hork down on it like a 300 pound gorilla.
    It is not a drill press. Nowhere close to a drill press.
    It is for boring. Furthermore, it...
  24. Thanks anyways John. I believe my machine was...

    Thanks anyways John.
    I believe my machine was only used to grind rubber rolls
    at Kodak, and not much else. I think it might have been
    made around the time of the machinist's strike at Brown
    &...
  25. Hey John Oder, I have Serial # 525-13-2807. It...

    Hey John Oder,
    I have Serial # 525-13-2807.
    It came from Kodak in Rochester NY, the Janus complex.
    I am guessing it is a 1980s machine.
    Could you please look my serial number up for me?
    Many...
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