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  1. FS: Micrometer block stops for Cincinnati Monoset Grinder or Toolmaster Mill

    Cincinnati micrometer block stops, left and right. Part nos. 106579 and 106582. These fit the Toolmaster vertical mills (without power feed to the X-axis of the table). These also fit the Monoset...
  2. Thanks for that tip. I haven't been looking at...

    Thanks for that tip. I haven't been looking at old Federal indicators, but will do so.
  3. Yes, the original indicator must have used a...

    Yes, the original indicator must have used a stubby threaded post back to mount to the cup. The stock post back from Starrett is too long, but could easily be modded to the correct length.

    The...
  4. John, thanks for the reply. Cincinnati used a...

    John, thanks for the reply. Cincinnati used a similar setup, but for simplicity I omitted it from the photos above. Here is the page from the Cincy factory parts catalog that shows the complete...
  5. Cincinnati precision measuring attachments - how to install the dial indicators?

    I have a 1-B Toolmaster that was factory equipped with the optional precision measuring attachments for all three axes. Before DROs were common, these attachments were a more accurate method of...
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    Found another aerial photo of the Oakley complex,...

    Found another aerial photo of the Oakley complex, this one from a Cincinnati full-line catalog dating to the late 1950s or early 1960s. Looking towards the west, this image shows the new...
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    Thanks for posting the additional photos. PM...

    Thanks for posting the additional photos. PM sent.
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    I think these jaws will fit my six-jaw Buck 4761...

    I think these jaws will fit my six-jaw Buck 4761 chuck, but need to take a measurement today at the shop.

    Do you have a photo of the outside face (i.e. where the jaw number 1, 2, 3, etc. is...
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    None of the buildings in the Colony in that...

    None of the buildings in the Colony in that photograph are still there. With the exception of the Cimcool plant in the northwest corner (not yet built in 1938), all of the Colony factories have been...
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    Rob, thanks for the link.

    Rob, thanks for the link.
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    Oakley Factory Colony, Cincinnati

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    In doing some research on Cincinnati Lathe & Tool Co., I came across this photo of the Oakley Factory Colony in 1938, shortly before the pre-WWII expansions by the Cincinnati Milling...
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    I uploaded an old Cincinnati Lathe & Tool Co....

    I uploaded an old Cincinnati Lathe & Tool Co. flyer to the VM website: Cincinnati Lathe & Tool Co. - Publication Reprints - Cincinnati Lathe & Tool Company | VintageMachinery.org

    Not sure of the...
  13. Thanks for the lead!

    Thanks for the lead!
  14. Not sure what your colleague was referring to,...

    Not sure what your colleague was referring to, but my Toolmaster 1-B is remarkably rigid, and surprisingly accurate given its age. When new, it was equipped with a precision measuring system on all...
  15. Still in need of a taper attachment for a...

    Still in need of a taper attachment for a Hydrashift 12-1/2" or 13".
  16. Still looking for one of these double swivel...

    Still looking for one of these double swivel adapters. Anyone?
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    Cincinnati apparently changed their...

    Cincinnati apparently changed their recommendation for the table feed gearbox lube on these Toolmasters, because my early manual from 1956 (Cincinnati publication No. M-1890) lists Cincinnati...
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    None of the bronze bushings were re-usable,...

    None of the bronze bushings were re-usable, except for the two on the "C" shaft, which aren't really bushings. Since the gear on the "C" shaft has its own bushings, the shaft is fixed to the housing...
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    That's red Glyptal enamel, an electrical...

    That's red Glyptal enamel, an electrical insulating paint that works really well for sealing the inside of castings. I stripped the housing, bead blasted it, applied a phosphate etching wash, then...
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    You might want to send a PM to cmike and see if...

    You might want to send a PM to cmike and see if he has or knows of any prints for these Toolmaster gearboxes.

    I'm guessing from the first photo that you have a later Toolmaster with the...
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    I realize that this thread is nine years old, but...

    I realize that this thread is nine years old, but I've been working on the electrical board for my Toolmaster 1-B (adding thermal overload relays for the optional coolant pump and slotter, which this...
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    This info might help: Cincinnati Toolmaster...

    This info might help: Cincinnati Toolmaster Milling Machines Model MT
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    PM sent on the Bison 4" 3MT tailstock chuck.

    PM sent on the Bison 4" 3MT tailstock chuck.
  24. There's also a guy in Australia who makes these...

    There's also a guy in Australia who makes these alignment bars in various MT sizes: LPR Toolmakers Engineering Supplies Victoria
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    I should clarify the bit about the input shaft...

    I should clarify the bit about the input shaft bearing oil. These smaller Hydrashifts (not sure about the two larger ranges) have a small reservoir bolted to the back left inside corner of the...
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