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  1. Revived link to craig's list ad for K&T @H

    Here it is:
    Kearney - Trecker, Horizontal Mill - tools - by owner - sale

    David
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    See this timeline from 2002: History of the 10ee...

    See this timeline from 2002: History of the 10ee - Gospel according to Monarch

    States module box drive was introduced in 1960. The 10EE with inch/metric was first shown at IMTS in 1970.

    David
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    Good question/good point since we know from...

    Good question/good point since we know from focusrsh's other post this is a round dial machine so the end gears are open.

    FWIW the manual that came with my 1977 10EE indicates ISO 46 for the...
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    Pre-herringbone gears. :-) Wish they had said...

    Pre-herringbone gears. :-) Wish they had said more about its "colorful history."

    David
  5. Thread: Carla

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    I'm very saddened to see that Carla died. I've...

    I'm very saddened to see that Carla died. I've missed her here in recent years. She did have a few posts in 2018. Yes she was always knowledgeable and polite. I think part of me hoped that somehow we...
  6. And for your viewing pleasure, here is a video of...

    And for your viewing pleasure, here is a video of this fine machine:
    YouTube
  7. FS: Kearney & Trecker 2H Horizontal Mill (Northern California)

    Asking $3000, includes lots of tooling. Please see linked craigslist ad for pictures, details, and contact information:

    Kearney - Trecker, Horizontal Mill - tools - by owner - sale

    This machine...
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    Talked to Joe Harralson, he was not aware of any...

    Talked to Joe Harralson, he was not aware of any evidence, e.g. photographs, artifacts or shop tales of these two machines being used in a synchronized manner but he had noticed, as did some others...
  9. Thread: Thermite

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    And also he showed up earlier today...

    And also he showed up earlier today here:Replacing 10EE leadscrew reverse shifter packing?

    David
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    To be certain here, you do mean the 13 inch gear...

    To be certain here, you do mean the 13 inch gear head made in Taiwan lathe, the South Bend G26-T: South Bend G-26-T lathe ?

    And not the G26, a 10 inch lathe made for South Bend by Hercus in...
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    I'm not at all sure they can be "synchronized"....

    I'm not at all sure they can be "synchronized". I've never heard of that being done. Also their center heights may be different. I may see Joe Harralson this morning, if so, I'll ask him.
    Even if as...
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    That looks like a J head rather than an M head to...

    That looks like a J head rather than an M head to me, can anyone confirm?

    The planer itself looks a lot like the G.A. Gray planer we have in the machine shop at Knight Foundry. This one is also...
  13. Pictures! We want pictures! We want lots and lots...

    Pictures! We want pictures! We want lots and lots of pictures!

    David
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    According to the Monarch serial numbers available...

    According to the Monarch serial numbers available via the top "sticky" this was built circa 1961-62. Issues with these serial numbers have been raised, including by John Legge. I've not found them to...
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    I was a bit surprised to see that Monarch would...

    I was a bit surprised to see that Monarch would rebuild a round dial but then realized that 1988 was, egad, over 30 years ago. The 10EE history I have shows the all-solid-state DC drive was...
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    It turns out I have both a 5/16-48 tap and a...

    It turns out I have both a 5/16-48 tap and a 5/16-48 die. The tap is a no-name made in China; it came from KBC tools. The die is TMX brand, made in Poland; it probably came from KBC too. The die...
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    The Starrett No. 823 tubular inside micrometer...

    The Starrett No. 823 tubular inside micrometer head will also fit, is still available new, and you may be able to buy the head alone. I believe the thread is 5/16-48 per my B&S leaf type thread pitch...
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    As I've liked to say jokingly, you can't now, nor...

    As I've liked to say jokingly, you can't now, nor could you ever, find a factory with a big Craftsman (or Kenmore) sign on the roof. Tower (photographic equipment) and Silvertone (musical...
  19. Here is a thread from 5 years ago reporting on...

    Here is a thread from 5 years ago reporting on new 10EE's being assembled at Monarch Lathes: Saw a few new EE models being built

    If you go to the Monarch Lathes website you'll see they show these...
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    Per my _Serial Number Reference Book_, 11th...

    Per my _Serial Number Reference Book_, 11th edition, this was built in 1958. (I think the serial numbers given here for each year represent the first serial number for that year, if they are the last...
  21. If you go here: GROUP 100: QUICK CHANGE TOOL...

    If you go here: GROUP 100: QUICK CHANGE TOOL HOLDERS and download the catalogue you should be better able to read the sort of information ripperj provided.

    Looking at sizes for my 10EE, for which...
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    It's between 1947 and 1950 per my _Serial Number...

    It's between 1947 and 1950 per my _Serial Number Reference Book_. South Bend used a single serial number series for all its lathes until 1947. Then in that year each model had its own serial number...
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    I think that last one is after a Rembrandt that...

    I think that last one is after a Rembrandt that has "The anatomy lesson" in the title.

    Yes, here: The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp - Wikipedia

    I agree, this is brilliant, for a lot of...
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    To add yet more here. The lens mounting thread on...

    To add yet more here. The lens mounting thread on the Leica camera had a diameter of 39mm and a pitch of 26 threads per inch (this was replaced with a bayonet mount system in the mid 1950's.) This...
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    That's probably the accessory item that Finn has...

    That's probably the accessory item that Finn has for their 5C indexing fixtures: Products

    I remember these indexing fixtures and the two threaded 5C shank adapters used to be in the SPI catalogue....
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