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    You could broaden your outlook with such as pubs...

    You could broaden your outlook with such as pubs as Accurate Tool Work .... from 1912 .....by Goodrich and Stanley
  2. You have to say size of lathe. They made these...

    You have to say size of lathe. They made these things for right on up to huge lathes
  3. Or.... the reciprocal (a common function on a...

    Or....

    the reciprocal (a common function on a hand held calculator) of 208 is .0048

    :D

    The 208 is TURNS PER INCH - an old way of expressing feeds
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    Them's them:D I'll suppose this was some sort of...

    Them's them:D I'll suppose this was some sort of evaluation department. Let the folks get used to the idea of tool setters etc



    Again, P&WA had such by CROSS - vast areas of floor space taken...
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    Amazing - and highlights the appallingly slow...

    Amazing - and highlights the appallingly slow acceptance in USA manufacturing. During the mid sixties apprenticeship I went thru at P&WA (aircraft jet engines) the NCs could be counted on one hand -...
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    The 48 tooth for the double tumbler. Note it...

    The 48 tooth for the double tumbler. Note it says 4 1/8 dia, which works out to 12 DP. (actual O.D. will be nearer 4.16)

    South Bend 16" Lathe Banjo Bracket 48 Tooth Gear (Dual Tumbler Gear Box...
  7. If with the adapter off it measures 9" tall to...

    If with the adapter off it measures 9" tall to center from flat way and the flat way center to vee way center is 8 1/2", it likely was made for the CW / CY 16" lathes
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    Indeed - and folks like P&W carried this to...

    Indeed - and folks like P&W carried this to extremes - like their hardened and ground conical nose on the early lathe - including Model B

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    The Autometric B is in catalog KT - 57 ...

    The Autometric B is in catalog KT - 57

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    Post #7 has links to older pubs

    Post #7 has links to older pubs
  11. From the original machining I'd guess it was for...

    From the original machining I'd guess it was for a larger bed but less swing Monarch - simply because the original base is "wider" (center of vee to center of flat way) than the adapting piece.
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    The first link in Post #4 has hendeyman's email...

    The first link in Post #4 has hendeyman's email if you want to ask him
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    Mine mostly lays on the floor - you can't have...

    Mine mostly lays on the floor - you can't have both the thread dial and that on at the same time (Though from the looks of yours maybe I am wrong about that)

    CW manual can be emailed if you want...
  14. I went in to be a MR (Machinery Repairman is what...

    I went in to be a MR (Machinery Repairman is what the Navy calls their machinists)

    Two old grizzled E9s at book camp decided I should do this instead

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    Sixty years gone now
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    Click on user name (EOD Ray) and then click on...

    Click on user name (EOD Ray) and then click on email
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    You have to say what size lathe. Like 12" to...

    You have to say what size lathe.

    Like 12" to 24" - or in the early 1900s, 32"
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    No adjustment provided - someone either has...

    No adjustment provided - someone either has replaced TS with one too tall or some other even more unlikely fooling around - possibly like gluing too thick turcite strips on the bottom

    Fixing it...
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    A rough check on bed and saddle wear can be as...

    A rough check on bed and saddle wear can be as simple as taking note of relative carriage hand wheel slop near chuck and away from chuck. The saddle wears more than the bed - dropping the related...
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    Other two pages of what I posted in Post #2 ...

    Other two pages of what I posted in Post #2

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    Fair chance member hendeyman will have dedicated...

    Fair chance member hendeyman will have dedicated pub. Here is one of his threads where he posted his email address
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    I'll assume its one of these 305409305410 ...

    I'll assume its one of these

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    ISO 10 in spindle bearings (example Mobil Velocite 6) and ISO 68 (example Mobil DTE Heavy Medium) in everything else

    If not this lathe then we need...
  22. If screw and nut work with each other who cares...

    If screw and nut work with each other who cares about names? :D
  23. Christmas 1950 8716 was the close out for 1950...

    Christmas 1950

    8716 was the close out for 1950

    "C" says 15"

    I think one of the threads on the (??) (about an 8" chuck) has a link to what Bison offers as to size and particular "L" type...
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    Which come in an array of sizes - only one of...

    Which come in an array of sizes - only one of which fit that chuck
  25. Guess since they show E in two positions and its...

    Guess since they show E in two positions and its mating lever in four position - that it is one of the paired levers?

    I imagine Ruston3w will be able to shed some light on this
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