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    Larger pictures of Hit Miss Engine's planers

    Here are larger versions of the pictures of Hit Miss Engine's little planers.

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=324268&d=1625663755
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    I used to own an old Diamond Machine Co. T&C...

    I used to own an old Diamond Machine Co. T&C grinder with a wheel head that could turn....
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    Here's a picture from the catalog that shows the...

    Here's a picture from the catalog that shows the stand again and this time the top. It's for the more elaborate grinder, but I imagine the base for this grinder attaches the same. Notice how much...
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    The base would have looked like this. ...

    The base would have looked like this.

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=322874&d=1623606926

    Irby
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    It could have been the version without the base....

    It could have been the version without the base.

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=322873&d=1623606491

    Irby
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    Looks cool and that will hold things a lot better...

    Looks cool and that will hold things a lot better than the old collets. :)

    Irby
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    Speaking of hangout... I tried a B&S collet in...

    Speaking of hangout...
    I tried a B&S collet in my Halco head that has the B&S 7 taper and it hangs out about 0.3" even if I tighten it down all the way. That doesn't seem right. The hangout in my...
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    This is more a curiosity at this point. My memory...

    This is more a curiosity at this point. My memory of the MT 2 was off apparently since the MT 3 fits in there well. It was back in 2007 and 2008 when I was playing around with that milling head so my...
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    Nathan Check the threads on the draw bar. The...

    Nathan

    Check the threads on the draw bar. The B&S #9 collet takes a 1/2-13 thread. The B&S #7 and the #2 Morse collet both take a 3/8-16 thread.

    The end diameter of the B&S #7 would only be...
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    Nathan, I thought I gave you the Halco head that...

    Nathan, I thought I gave you the Halco head that had a Morse taper #2 in it. I know good and well it's not a B&S #9 because I have that in my Millrite and it's way too big for a Halco. See if you...
  11. That IS a neat looking device. Different than...

    That IS a neat looking device. Different than most radius cutters. And the seller is about 10 minutes from me. Too bad the cost and shipping aren't reversed! :)

    Irby
  12. Back to my original topic... In my original #1...

    Back to my original topic...

    In my original #1 post, I had two links that were intended to show the way the front and back of the Garvin building looked at the time of my post, January 2012. But...
  13. "ripped off at a steady clip" - the fellow in the...

    "ripped off at a steady clip" - the fellow in the video mentioned in the following thread sure qualifies for that description! :) Plus the video shows a thread chasing attachment in action even if...
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    Peter has it right. And the lever you see ahead...

    Peter has it right. And the lever you see ahead of the rack is connected to the large gear up on the indexing assembly. When it rides up on a ramp, it rotates the large gear which turns the worm and...
  15. In the meanwhile, you can see Stephen's thread...

    In the meanwhile, you can see Stephen's thread chasing attachment in this thread at post #7.

    Hardinge DV-59 - thread chasing attachment

    Irby
  16. I looked at my older M-head and it looks like the...

    I looked at my older M-head and it looks like the ball is held by a crimped area around about half the circumference of the opening. I didn't see anything else holding the ball in place. I took a...
  17. I also noticed a previous owner has put spacers...

    I also noticed a previous owner has put spacers under the headstock and spaced up the toolpost slide and maybe has a spacer under the tailstock. Looks like an original 11" lathe was made into a 16"...
  18. I'm sure it's a F. E. Reed of about 1888 era. I...

    I'm sure it's a F. E. Reed of about 1888 era. I can tell from the couple Reed lathes I own. You asked about it in a previous thread -

    Can anyone help me identify this old lathe please?

    So to...
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    Speaking of Rick's outboard motor collection, do...

    Speaking of Rick's outboard motor collection, do you guys remember that little-bitty motor he got?

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=307581&d=1607961407
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    Those of us who were friends of Rick should post...

    Those of us who were friends of Rick should post some neat things here about him. He liked to ride his two motorcycles, although I don't remember the make of them, but I know they had to be cool. He...
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    I'd suggest you try measuring the spindle runout...

    I'd suggest you try measuring the spindle runout on the nose outside taper up past the slots at a point that looks as clean as possible and not worn yet still on the ground area, if you can find such...
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    Yes it is an old belt drive machine. Looks like a...

    Yes it is an old belt drive machine. Looks like a 10" stroke E. Gould & Eberhardt, introduced in 1881, according to Cope's book "American Planer, Shaper and Slotter Builders". The stroke adjustment...
  23. Yeah, maybe a set screw to keep the back from...

    Yeah, maybe a set screw to keep the back from turning on the center part?

    Irby
  24. I can almost see threads in that center part. I'm...

    I can almost see threads in that center part. I'm betting the back with the mounting holes and the two pin holes is threaded onto the center part. I don't see a good spot for any type of keys. And...
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    Mike, do you still have the Whiton automatic gear...

    Mike, do you still have the Whiton automatic gear cutter?

    Irby

    P.S. My centering machine was a No. 1 bench model also.
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