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    Mr. Wells' data base. Serial left column ...

    Mr. Wells' data base. Serial left column

    http://www.wswells.com/sn/sn_db.html

    have fun

    You can be sure it was a Series O - which is what they were building in that period - about the time...
  2. You need a fixture / fixtures - face plate-like ...

    You need a fixture / fixtures - face plate-like

    Show us the back - maybe we can suggest what to attach to.

    May even result in a fixture that you mount the item on before you screw the fixture...
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    Right in this forum are some "how to" threads ...

    Right in this forum are some "how to" threads

    Posting Pictures on the South Bend Forum

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    I wonder if any ties to Henry Clay Frick the...

    I wonder if any ties to Henry Clay Frick the foundry / steel making COKE king
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    And they made big verticals. Here is a GHOST...

    And they made big verticals. Here is a GHOST image they thought was nice

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    Mr. Well's four pages of catalogs for South Bends...

    Mr. Well's four pages of catalogs for South Bends

    The SBL Workshop - Catalog Index

    have fun

    The 1923 "pocket book" lists them, but not with your 353
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    Indeed. Say your H10 was set for 10 TPI - that...

    Indeed. Say your H10 was set for 10 TPI - that is .100 per turn - except the apron gearing changes that to .0333 per turn on long and .375 times .0333 on the cross slide
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    Note the apron gearing on the H10 provides a 3 to...

    Note the apron gearing on the H10 provides a 3 to 1 ratio between threads and long feeds.

    This may be differing on the Series O

    You will also find that in any number of pages of really OLD info...
  9. I paid less than a third of that in 1999 for a...

    I paid less than a third of that in 1999 for a '68 model with the powered knee lift - with the longer table
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    Monotrol - but only EIGHT herringbone speeds -...

    Monotrol - but only EIGHT herringbone speeds - late twenties / early thirties maybe - with Nickle steel ways no less

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    To illustrate Say the tree was 20" dia and its...

    To illustrate

    Say the tree was 20" dia and its allowable load across grain was 500 psi

    Lets assume that allowable was one fifth of actual - so at least 2500 psi to cut the stuff by pushing on...
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    My Tri Trol brochure is dated December 1932 so...

    My Tri Trol brochure is dated December 1932 so they made them a good while



    Yes on control levers - and to suggest where the idea came from - there was an earlier MONOTROL - with a big four...
  13. Common for such things NOT be intended to fit in...

    Common for such things NOT be intended to fit in the angle as a "master" controlling the angle

    The angle on the straight edge only has to be LESS than the piece being scraped - one surface at a...
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    Manual might be useful ...

    Manual might be useful

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/hendey/1940-Hendey-Op-Man.pdf

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

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    You are sure welcome Joe. Also emailed the two...

    You are sure welcome Joe. Also emailed the two just now - probably be more sizeable
  16. just the first two get you to 99 1/4 - and you...

    just the first two get you to 99 1/4 - and you are not reading carbon - which could be anything between 0.15 and up.

    Here are contents for 4142

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    Some of Abom's (Adam Booth) vids if you look at...

    Some of Abom's (Adam Booth) vids if you look at such things

    Gould & Eberhardt Shaper - Google Search

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    Have Ken's old folder on his 18" X 11 foot lathe...

    Have Ken's old folder on his 18" X 11 foot lathe - serial 1243 - it has two lead screw drawings at least - 1202 - C and one unreadable

    Both have a 3/4 thread on the end, one 10 pitch and one 16...
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    CA on my 16 / 18 1/2 actual swing Monarch for...

    CA on my 16 / 18 1/2 actual swing Monarch for over twenty years now

    Its close to 2" top of compound up to center
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    On a shop built thread mill Machine Tool and...

    On a shop built thread mill

    Machine Tool and Repair

    Best wire size for 4 pitch will be .12911 - these will be flush with OD (per Van Keuren catalog 31)
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    A Plus at the ingenious tool making :D

    A Plus at the ingenious tool making :D
  22. Nope, its still set up on a piece I have decided...

    Nope, its still set up on a piece I have decided not to make. :D

    Lathe and Jig Bore have the priorities currently
  23. My 36 Ohio has a 4 X 6 steel solid bolted to such...

    My 36 Ohio has a 4 X 6 steel solid bolted to such a surface and the base way for the FS bolts on top that. Easy to imagine such a "beam" (or wide plate) being bolted to yours to at least address the...
  24. Another thing to verify is that the bull gear...

    Another thing to verify is that the bull gear (the one with the crank pin) is actually turning the right direction - the cutting stroke is the "slow" one with the crank pin passing over the top. The...
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    Did that for years and years. Never any issues

    Did that for years and years. Never any issues
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