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  1. Maybe helpful on motor drive ...

    Maybe helpful on motor drive

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2185/18196.pdf

    Earlier motor drive covered

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2185/20033.pdf

    have fun
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    Its a #2? or #3 Universal from the late thirties...

    Its a #2? or #3 Universal from the late thirties to mid forties

    Slightly shorter than this #4 of mine?

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    Strictly mechanical - zero hydraulics

    14" swing by 60" on the #4
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    All it (serial book) has is serials and dates -...

    All it (serial book) has is serials and dates - similar to Hendey stuff here. As can be seen, it does not go very far back.

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    Title is Serial Number Reference Book for Metalworking...
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    You sort of need a cut off date. Before...

    You sort of need a cut off date. Before Bessemer, there were no large volumes of low carbon steel produced - you were limited to what you could process into STEEL in a crucible - which is where...
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    They made #5 coneheads way back. Sort of be nice...

    They made #5 coneheads way back. Sort of be nice to have a clue of age. Sales literature here goes back nearly ninety years

    Serial would help - usually stamped on face of head stock
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    Wondering.. If it was in fact 8DP normal...

    Wondering..

    If it was in fact 8DP normal pitch, possibly Van Keuren's magic shown here would yield a pitch diameter using regular old .216 dia. (spur gear wires) wires in order to have something...
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    Maybe a Z00 - 24? Eaton Moeller Z00-24 Thermal...

    Maybe a Z00 - 24?

    Eaton Moeller Z00-24 Thermal Overload Relay

    have fun

    I would not buy a thing until I had all the T wires identified:)
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    Made you a show and tell 302990 You will be...

    Made you a show and tell

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    You will be changing this lash up to the low volts diagram on the motor - if you want to run on low volts

    Or..there is always the transformer approach - such...
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    All this will usually be found in the connection...

    All this will usually be found in the connection box ON THE MOTOR - often referred to as the "peckerhead"

    A dead give away on being "connected" for high volts is that the three "line" wires will...
  10. A 168 X 42 X 8 solid cast iron weighs 14,400, so...

    A 168 X 42 X 8 solid cast iron weighs 14,400, so some less than that (I used .255 LBS per cubic inch)
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    And if you wanted to see what they looked like...

    And if you wanted to see what they looked like 130 years back, Niles would sell you one like this in 1891

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    Maybe a bit newer (motor leg) and maybe a bit...

    Maybe a bit newer (motor leg) and maybe a bit smaller than this mid to late twenties 21 / 23" Heavy Duty

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    Extreme upper left corner .34202 is the sine of...

    Extreme upper left corner .34202 is the sine of 20 degrees and you multiply that by 8.

    OR .34202 TIMES 8 = 2.73616

    You divide that result that into 20 teeth times "pI". and 20 times pi =...
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    Aw come on fellas (and of course the gals) - its...

    Aw come on fellas (and of course the gals) - its all written down for us. Not sure about first image - but second is of course from Earle Buckingham - who has at least three volumes on the subject...
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    Might be helpful - but be prepared for some deep...

    Might be helpful - but be prepared for some deep wading

    In the second image go to the line about 2/3 of the way down the page to find a formula for "L"

    Pn is for Pitch normal, which is your 8DP...
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    Its simple - replace FIND with MAKE

    Its simple - replace FIND with MAKE
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    In the August 1966 price list, they are just...

    In the August 1966 price list, they are just CL117 with a trailing letter for bed length
  18. A slightly "newer" pub ...

    A slightly "newer" pub

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2103/3727.pdf

    have fun
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    How that works Lets say the two gears were 14...

    How that works

    Lets say the two gears were 14 DP. Lets say they were 27 and 28 tooth respectively. PD on the 27 will be 1.9286 and on the 28 will be 2.000

    Center distance becomes 1.9643 - for...
  20. For what its worth - the most powerful #3 K&T in...

    For what its worth - the most powerful #3 K&T in 1957 was 30 HP - but the "ram" (fancy overarm) had but 15 for the main

    Not exactly applicable since you have the HEAVIEST #3 made that year by CMM...
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    They had experience with such going way back. ...

    They had experience with such going way back. Many years ago looked at a 1930 #4 High Power vertical with a 14 foot table and extended saddle with support "rails"

    Such rails for "knee" machines...
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    Have '39 and '40 catalog and also '57 3K was...

    Have '39 and '40 catalog and also '57

    3K was in 1940 - Plain, Unversal, Vertical respectively - 7800, 8250, and 8500

    As of 1957 there was no K or CK, but the similar 4CH would have been 9250,...
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    Probably all of them via gearing in knee. Similar...

    Probably all of them via gearing in knee. Similar vintage High Power Cincinnatis did the table rapid via such a shaft

    I always jokingly remind folks there were no "axis" when such machines were...
  24. Slightly earlier version of "M" (which go all the...

    Slightly earlier version of "M" (which go all the way back to very late teens)

    Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. (Milacron) - Publication Reprints - Cincinnati 1M Parts List and Service Repair Book |...
  25. There are many others - but not necessarily at...

    There are many others - but not necessarily at that foundry

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