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  1. Hi Mark, Thank you for your answer. This...

    Hi Mark,

    Thank you for your answer. This makes things a bit less fuzzy for me.
    I am therefore considering going the 32mm way to accommodate wheels that are easier to find, at least this is what...
  2. Hi Bruce ! at the risk of really straying this...

    Hi Bruce !

    at the risk of really straying this post off topic, I have come across another inconsistency in the documentation I have at hand.
    I am investigating about wheel hubs : my 540 came with...
  3. Hi Bruce, dunno what happened as I could still...

    Hi Bruce,
    dunno what happened as I could still see the image on my end. Reuploaded & edited the post accordingly, hope this works now.

    Cheers,
    Phil
  4. Hi Bruce, hi all ! sorry for replying with...

    Hi Bruce, hi all !

    sorry for replying with such a delay: you have been active on this thread! & I was away for business. Thanks for the interesting insights on viscosity & the context info from...
  5. Hi Bruce, Thanks for the heads up on this...

    Hi Bruce,

    Thanks for the heads up on this fantastic thread about the Studer,! it is packed with information. You have really been doing an impressive job with it.

    It take due note of the...
  6. Hi Peter, you are damn right : as the saying...

    Hi Peter,
    you are damn right : as the saying goes, "if it ain't broke don't fix it".
    From my experience bead blasting is pretty hard to do while ensuring no contamination whatsoever goes into the...
  7. Thanks Peter for the wise words of advise. I...

    Thanks Peter for the wise words of advise.

    I just got down to the machine tonight, removed the belt and hand spun the spindle. To my utter surprise, it moved just as you described with a degree of...
  8. Hi Mark ! thanks a lot for your answer. I will...

    Hi Mark ! thanks a lot for your answer.

    I will follow your advice, carefully take the spindle apart and inspect it closely.
    I bought the machine mostly unseen (well, with a few very bad pictures...
  9. J&S540 : some advice needed to assess plan bearing spindle

    Hi folks !
    I am the recent owner of a 1961 J&S540. It is in a definitely shabby state, but from what I could check so far since the rusty turd is at home, the worst part appears to be the outside. ...
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    Hi Bruce, quite incredible indeed, these are...

    Hi Bruce,
    quite incredible indeed, these are pretty hard to come by, and I have repaired a few of these counters extrapolating from collected schematics of other units and mostly reverse-engineering...
  11. Adventures with a Lleaking FP3 / wipers & seals maintenance -- some questions

    Hi folks,

    I have a good old FP3 I have been using for a few years now. It has always been leaking slightly from the back of its ram and dropping oil onto the top of the motor.
    I was aware of the...
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    Yeah, I can lend you a hand: Le sujet des tours...

    Yeah,
    I can lend you a hand: Le sujet des tours De Valliere : Tours - Usinages
    & there you go ! Google translate is your friend. At least you will find a good collection of photos & links to the...
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    Hi folks, this lever is a collet drawbar. It was...

    Hi folks,
    this lever is a collet drawbar. It was fitted as an option on the H140e.
    I am the happy owner of one of these, but mine lacks this option that was kind of uncommon.
    Looking for...
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    Thanks a lot Martin for this nice work. Very...

    Thanks a lot Martin for this nice work.
    Very applicable to other models in the family.

    Great job!

    -Phil
  15. Just a small note on this: The 125 C threading...

    Just a small note on this:
    The 125 C threading box *IS* metric/imperial/module capable. The trick is that with the standard set of wheels fitting the left side gearbox (the grey compartment with a...
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    Hi Peter well, Tien tends to take a nap early...

    Hi Peter

    well, Tien tends to take a nap early after a busy Deckel day ;)

    did you check you are logged on this site ? Otherwise if you are just browsing as a visitor, the site server generates...
  17. Tien, count me in for the cleaning of this...

    Tien,

    count me in for the cleaning of this beast -- you know I will make it shine like new, don't you ?-)
    And btw, for the trip to Russia, I could sure help with security. If the barn is full of...
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    You're welcome Kees ! ... but watch out: I could...

    You're welcome Kees !
    ... but watch out: I could well take you at your word for this beer !
    The sentence you ask for would translate as: "to be used when tightening wrench is removed".

    cheers,
    ...
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    Hi folks ! I can probably lend a hand for this....

    Hi folks !
    I can probably lend a hand for this.
    Here is the complete set of docs from my 125C hot from the scanner. I do think the scans quality is more than decent.
    I sorted the docs into a few...
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