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    Is it the oil source for the oil passageway that...

    Is it the oil source for the oil passageway that goes to the cross slide feed dial and gear? There is a small passageway that feeds the bearings and into the handle dial assembly.
    I know that...
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    Have you put the cover on a surface plate, upside...

    Have you put the cover on a surface plate, upside down and looked to see if the cover is not flat, but distorted by the fasteners pulling it against the soft gasket material and making the cover have...
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    You can repair that filter housing. I'd use a...

    You can repair that filter housing. I'd use a piece of copper pipe used for house plumbing. Cut a narrow piece like 1/4" wide, about the depth of your housing. In order to fit it to the housing, ...
  4. I question logic on post number 10: If an...

    I question logic on post number 10: If an engine or family of engines was in use from before 1938, and was available as an option to power high quality fire trucks, pumpers and ladders all the way...
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    In the photo of the end of the apron with the oil...

    In the photo of the end of the apron with the oil pump attached, there appears to be some clearance between the curved 'fingers' that pull on the pump-piston base.
    These pumps have over 1/2" total...
  6. Most parts-washers have a filter under the drain,...

    Most parts-washers have a filter under the drain, so that the solvent returning to the pump is at least slightly clean.
    There is a lot of abrasive stuff in the dirt you wash off of the parts, and...
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    I'm not sure if it will work with small diameter...

    I'm not sure if it will work with small diameter tubing, but I have bent some very tight radius curves in 1/2" and 3/8" copper tubing by packing the inside with very fine sand. The sand did a great...
  8. I had not thought about the added wear on the...

    I had not thought about the added wear on the back flat-way due to the TA's weight.
    I guess that a copy of that very nicely done nut-capture block could be installed and the TA set aside for the...
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    Thermite, just don't post an image of my messy...

    Thermite, just don't post an image of my messy shop I sent you !! LOL

    I think Donnie has a written menu for those adjustment values Or maybe one of the other WIAD gurus?

    Ad Thermite...
  10. I think someone was parting out a Model 61, have...

    I think someone was parting out a Model 61, have you tried a forum search for '61 parts' or '61 apron parts' ?
    The search might be fruitless, but maybe you'll get lucky?
    When you talk to Monach...
  11. TheOldCar; Did you find this brochure with the...

    TheOldCar; Did you find this brochure with the documents that came with your new Model 70 Monarch? :-)

    DualValve
  12. I'm running my 10ee from a Phoenix Converters...

    I'm running my 10ee from a Phoenix Converters RPC, a 5hp one. I can have the 10ee running and a friend using my Gorton Mill or the 17" LeBlond Lathe at the same time.. or the 2 hp 3ph buffer, which...
  13. You did a great job of diagnosing and repairing...

    You did a great job of diagnosing and repairing your MG Issues.
    I'm surprised that the lathe ran with the MG running in the wrong direction. The brushes are angled on the exciter to lower...
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    Hi Marco, i have a correction to make on several...

    Hi Marco, i have a correction to make on several of my above posts: The feed rod will run the apron oil pump, but NOT when the forward-reverse knob is in neutral, but only when it is engaged in...
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    It's great that you found someone to take on the...

    It's great that you found someone to take on the job. I suppose the job is a lot of fussing and setup for not all that much cutting, much less production of several pieces.. So there is not a lot of...
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    Is there equivalent quality artwork available?

    That is a very nice bit of work!!

    Does anyone know if there is an equivalent quality drawing/display for any of the versions of a Monarch 10ee?

    Thanks
    DualValve
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    Hi Will, So what is the plan? To machine the...

    Hi Will, So what is the plan? To machine the flat on the slide and it's mating surface on the saddle, then glue on a piece of Turcite on the underside of the slide to bring the slide app off of...
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    Hi Marco, Put a voltmeter on the power to the...

    Hi Marco, Put a voltmeter on the power to the center coil of your main power contactor. See if it is getting at least 110-115vac.

    Since your start button is pulling in the contactor, but it...
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    For 10ee's with three windows in the headstock, ...

    For 10ee's with three windows in the headstock,
    Mobile DTE LIGHT. Circulating oil - Lubricating oil This is used for the spindle bearings, front and rear.
    For the center section of the...
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    See if you can find a name plate, with model...

    See if you can find a name plate, with model number on that power-supply panel. And maybe a wiring schematic for the panel?

    If it is taking 220vac single phase and then running a DC motor, it...
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    Marco: On your lathe's main contactor being...

    Marco: On your lathe's main contactor being stubborn to engage and hold: check the voltage of the center winding in your main contactor. On the black taped windings is imprinted a voltage. Usually...
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    Hello, will the lathe run now NOT under load? ...

    Hello, will the lathe run now NOT under load?
    When you were drilling aluminum, you put a heavy load [High amperage] through your VFD, I assume the fuse you blew was in the VFD? If not, is the...
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    I did remove apron sump and the oil pump, and...

    I did remove apron sump and the oil pump, and found that the output check valve was stuck open. I think this lathe sat dry for many years and the old lube dried up and held the check ball and spring...
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    Marco: your mention of a quote to regrind a...

    Marco: your mention of a quote to regrind a lathe, are you considering regrinding this 10ee lathe? Your measurement when you inspected it [pre-purchase] indicated that it had very, very little wear....
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    Are the cross-slide ways hardened?

    Are the cross slide ways hardened? If not the scraping will be fairly easy.
    A good sharp HSS scraper will do an admirable job on normal iron.

    I will suggest something else: Do you have an...
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