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    Nice restoration. It is much later than the...

    Nice restoration. It is much later than the 1920s. What is the serial number? It is stamped between the ways at the tailstock end of the bed. That will detirmine when it was built. Flat belt runs so...
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    Sticky: Very nicely done. Pure and simple 9". Congrats.

    Very nicely done. Pure and simple 9". Congrats.
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    Paula's comments are missed...

    Yes I also wonder where Paula went. Does anyone know? Steve Wells maybe?

    I also have a 1947 9A that my father had from new. S/N 4155NAR8, still in excellent mechanical condition, just needs...
  4. Hi John and traditional-tools, My father...

    Hi John and traditional-tools,

    My father always referred to it as a Norton box. This photo is the quick change box of a beautifully restored Hendy Tie Bar showing the Norton Patent date.

    There...
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    Sorry to say Mechanola, but that is not correct....

    Sorry to say Mechanola, but that is not correct. ALL short taper chuck mounting systems rely on simultaneous contact with the mounting FACE and the TAPER.

    The full length of the taper provides the...
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    John is absolutely right. Technically, I believe,...

    John is absolutely right. Technically, I believe, there should be NO switchgear, especially relays, or even plug-in connections between a VFD and an electric motor. Can you connect the VFD directly...
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    John Yes I agree, it's a long shot. Most...

    John

    Yes I agree, it's a long shot. Most interesting would be to know how authentic the "Bought in 1918 for $1466" tag is, and the Serial Number of Greg's lathe. That could at least give us a...
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    Hi Greg, Yes I'm a noob, this is Post No1 !. I...

    Hi Greg, Yes I'm a noob, this is Post No1 !. I have a P&W 10" Toolmakers Lathe, just like yours, which my father bought in the '60s. John Oder kindly sent me the scan of the 1923 brochure. When you...
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