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  1. Something amiss there ? Instructions here work...

    Something amiss there ?

    Instructions here work fine for me

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    good luck
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    About 1900. Compared to the similar mills in...

    About 1900. Compared to the similar mills in Manning, Maxwell & Moore huge hard bound catalog from 1901 that I have

    The very low thickness "foot" on the column is long before it was ever thought...
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    Posting photos ...

    Posting photos

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    have fun
  4. Depending on minor dia, (and pitch diameter)...

    Depending on minor dia, (and pitch diameter) helix angle will be LESS than the roughly 40 degrees that 30mm dia. would result in - and this is off horizontal, not vertical (as related to lathe...
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    Mighty slick!

    Mighty slick!
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    Question Bill - how does that relate to Monarch's?

    Question Bill - how does that relate to Monarch's?
  7. 111 lead, so "pitch" is 18.5

    111 lead, so "pitch" is 18.5
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    Monarch's "Travel Dial"

    This is only the second one I have seen - on a 14 WAA here. My 16 CW came with one - hefty thing that bolts on

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    14 WAA metric transposing

    Here is how the stud gears changed for various mm. If I recall correctly, Monarch was using a 63 / 80 compound. The 2 1/2 - 80 is the third from right column on the QC gearbox chart - at least on...
  10. Thread: Monarch 14C

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    Good of rear clamp on a 14 WAA. You can see the...

    Good of rear clamp on a 14 WAA. You can see the back end of the flat "draw bar" peeking out a little

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  11. Thread: Monarch 14C

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    On My Summer '46 CW16, the screw terminates in a...

    On My Summer '46 CW16, the screw terminates in a thrust block (35 in first image) riveted to the bottom of the slotted flat "draw bar" (36 in second image) this bar can be both "clamped to the cross...
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    Here is one of the related catalogs - might help...

    Here is one of the related catalogs - might help to identify things you are looking at

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/1931_Jr_Cat_No.22C/1931_Jr_Cat_No.22C.pdf

    More catalogs here

    The...
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    Info on posting photos ...

    Info on posting photos

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    good luck
  14. No manual but have the WW2 brochure scanned. Can...

    No manual but have the WW2 brochure scanned. Can email same if you want to Private Message me with that address with Norton SG in the subject line
  15. Sticky: My preference is what is cast into the head...

    My preference is what is cast into the head stock.:D

    Greaves Klusman, or short for Greaves Klusman Tool Company

    And thank you for your consideration

    On Edit:

    Error corrected - thanks Bill
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    Early twenties Here is "manual" scan ...

    Early twenties

    Here is "manual" scan

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/hendey/1920-Hendey-manual.pdf

    Here is a write up on their lead screw reverse system - starts at post #17
    ...
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    Or a simple fab job - flat bar, hub with keyed...

    Or a simple fab job - flat bar, hub with keyed bore, handle to suit - same idea as here though I started with the commonly available forging and this shorty needed a "clutch"

    (for my 36" Ohio...
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    Bigger ones I turn to 3/4 dia.

    Bigger ones I turn to 3/4 dia.
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    '34 (linked in Post #5) catalog says it went 20...

    '34 (linked in Post #5) catalog says it went 20 to 579 for the 8 speeds. That is about it for top end on those Bronze bearings
  20. They did make such things (HLTS) for the "Heavy...

    They did make such things (HLTS) for the "Heavy 9" (similar bed features to later H10) back in the day (early to mid thirties), but they would have been 7/16" lower compared to Heavy 10

    (H9 was 9...
  21. :nutter: If there was would it not still be 3"...

    :nutter:

    If there was would it not still be 3" too tall?
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    I have about a hundred B&S cutters that have no...

    I have about a hundred B&S cutters that have no mention of PA - they are just stamped INVOLUTE (since there were OTHER tooth forms in those days - such as EPICYCLOIDAL)

    The point being 14.5 was so...
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    Both 14.5 Composite and 14.5 Full Depth systems...

    Both 14.5 Composite and 14.5 Full Depth systems have minimum total depth of 2.157 / P

    So 16 DP would be .1348" minimum

    Ref Volume 2 of Buckingham's Manual Of Gear Design
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    Coming up on ten years - no more pets 299784

    Coming up on ten years - no more pets

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  25. A place to start A treatise on milling and...

    A place to start

    A treatise on milling and milling machines .. : Cincinnati Milling Machine Company : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

    have fun

    Might be worth looking...
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