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  1. Schiess Machine Tools. 100-year booklet

    Schiess to 1966 - a Company Anniversary Booklet Schiess 100-Year Booklet
  2. Thank you for the information, Jim. So far no...

    Thank you for the information, Jim. So far no Meyer has surfaced in the UK, and I suppose that only very few would have been imported - and worked to death. However, one lives in hope that there...
  3. Thanks for that interesting point - it does seem...

    Thanks for that interesting point - it does seem likely that the designer of the Meyer was aware of the (rather remarkable) Koelsh-Beichle.
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    Lots of parts can be swapped over. See: Emco...

    Lots of parts can be swapped over. See: Emco Unimat lathes Almost certainly the best bet is to buy another (or even more) and build one good one up. The remaining "spares" will then sell for good...
  5. Meyer Mechanical Laboratory Autometric Jig Borer

    Although the Kearney & Trecker Autometric Jig Borer is a known (if rare) machine - has anybody come across what appears to be the original version by the "Meyer Mechanical Laboratory"? I've just put...
  6. Hello Jim, The following is available as a very...

    Hello Jim,
    The following is available as a very high-quality reproduction: Weiler Dual Edition LZ330, Condor & Matador Lathe Manuals in English & German | store.lathes.co.uk
    Thanks, Tony.
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    Indentifcation

    Here it is: often sold branded as the "Coronet": http://www.lathes.co.uk/coronetindia/
    My thanks,
    Tony.
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    Link to the correct page

    The Milnes home page has several hyperlinks at the top. The one you need for the early lathes is: Early Milnes Lathes
    Thanks, Tony.
  9. D1-2

    One of the W.H.Nichols bench precsion lathes used a D1-2 spindle nose - though one of those might be evn harder to find! Nichols Precision Lathe
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    See: Lathe Countershaft...

    See: Lathe Countershaft and Atlas lathes
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    VDF "Factory Tour"

    German text, I fear - but a few interesting pictures spread over six pages... Factory Tour VDF Lathe Works
  12. Documentary film to be made about US manufacturing in the 1800s

    Anyone have a working steam engine together with a fully-equipped machineshop from the 1800s?

    Katherine Wooton, in the UK, is looking for the loan and active use of American machine tools from the...
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    https://store.lathes.co.uk/parts/boxford-and-south...

    https://store.lathes.co.uk/parts/boxford-and-south-bend-9-inch-changewheels-tumble-reverse-gears
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    Thank you Ted, I'll look forward to the pictures.

    Thank you Ted, I'll look forward to the pictures.
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    Legs

    You are correct, the legs had been lost and replaced by some reasonable appropriate - well spotted!
    I would love to have pictures of your Birch to add to the Archive. Can you send them at a...
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    Well spotted - but I'm afraid that it just one of...

    Well spotted - but I'm afraid that it just one of a series of lines in the original photograph - other are visible crossing the leadscrew. Everybody probably knows this already but if you hold down...
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    Unknown "front-way" lathe

    This unusual - though unfortunately incomplete lathe - has just turned up in the Channel Islands: Unknown "front-way" lathe Observations more than very welcome... Thanks, Tony.
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    Elgamill literature

    I have a collection of high-quality reproductions available at: https://store.lathes.co.uk/search/node/elgamill
    You can buy online, or just phone 01298-871633 to discuss
    Thanks, Tony.
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    Hello Darneson, Very interesting to see your...

    Hello Darneson,
    Very interesting to see your Elmco lathe - the friction disc looks to be different (wider) to the one on my web page. Might you be able to email me some high resolution (2 to 3 MB)...
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    Very similar to this colour picture, but with...

    Very similar to this colour picture, but with different apron controls. It looks to be an early version of the TB, a model that had an identical apron to yours - a model that I'd guess comes from the...
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    It looks to be a 7-inch centre height Model "TB",...

    It looks to be a 7-inch centre height Model "TB", probably from the 1940s to the early 1950s. It's very much like this one, though with different apron controls. The later H.S.7 was very similar...
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    Nothing in the Archive...

    Nothing in the Archive yet but lots of data available here: https://store.lathes.co.uk/stanley
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    "The regular automotive gear oils are quite a bit...

    "The regular automotive gear oils are quite a bit heavier, and contain anti-wear and extreme pressure additives. These additives, particularly the extreme pressure (EP) additives contain compounds...
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    Werner Milling Machines...

    Werner Milling Machines Second machine down - with some others as well. Other, rather special types here: Werner Milling Machines
  25. A pleasure, Dale. Lovely to know that your...

    A pleasure, Dale. Lovely to know that your father's notebook amd tool box are still treasured.

    Tony.
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