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    Thanks much for thinking of that! Mine is indeed...

    Thanks much for thinking of that! Mine is indeed from the UK. It apparently got here by accident in a load of Jig Grinding equipment.

    I've sent a private message. :)
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    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200522/99073edb...

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200522/99073edb7ecf1d6fa43d275868354930.jpg
    Itís sort of co-owned and I think Iíll have to put it on eBay either way. Iíll give it some thought.


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    Walter dividing head - SHU 4

    Iím reasonably sure this is from a Walter dividing head and could be readily adapted. The largest part of the taper is 45.90 mm. Plate diameter is 120mm.
    I can add another picture if that would...
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    Thank You Sir, that's great news! I will...

    Thank You Sir, that's great news!

    I will double check with the owner of the lathe and be in touch shortly with a list of specific sizes. I was thinking at best I'd find a few of what was in my...
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    I'm interested in the gears that are inside the...

    I'm interested in the gears that are inside the apron if they're in decent shape. It takes a bit of work to get to them, but not bad. I might also be interested in the leadscrew half nuts.
    ...
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    WTB Wade 5WA Collets.

    Hello Folks,

    I'm hoping to help out a friend who has a Wade lathe with a limited number of collets. I would love to find 1/8ths & 1/4s for him. If anyone has any spare ones, please let me know! ...
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    This is the information I provided Gosiger and it...

    This is the information I provided Gosiger and it worked.
    For hardinge TT tapping heads I need the following parts, which comes down to all 3 springs in each head X 4. I think I have provided...
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    Apparently Hardinge no longer sells parts...

    Apparently Hardinge no longer sells parts directly, but rather through other companies. I don't recall who handles parts and support for Illinois. I'm in Michigan and dealt with Gosiger, and they...
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    If I recall correctly, theyíre not very expensive...

    If I recall correctly, theyíre not very expensive from Hardinge. Buy all three while youíre at it!


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    Sticky: Thereís a Deckel FP4NC Universal Rotary Table -...

    Thereís a Deckel FP4NC Universal Rotary Table - Type 2038 thatís been on eBay for a while now. Itís in SE Michigan.


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    What length collets are you looking for? I have...

    What length collets are you looking for? I have some smaller diameters available, but am not sure what size collets the KF machines use.


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    Thanks for posting this Greg! The photos of your...

    Thanks for posting this Greg! The photos of your spindle alignment element inside the headstock and your bearing press for the rear bearing are quite helpful and will be put to good use shortly when...
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    Merry Christmas!

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  14. The only way you can know for sure is to test a...

    The only way you can know for sure is to test a small area and see what (if any) solvent cocktail will soften the finish enough to allow it to flow. In a museum conservation setting this is usually...
  15. Thread: TL10 advice

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    I suspect that with a lathe of this vintage...

    I suspect that with a lathe of this vintage you'll find more help in the group I've linked below.

    [email protected] | Home

    Good Luck and enjoy!
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    They make very nice benches! Sent from my...

    They make very nice benches!


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  17. Like Rons, I just replaced the motor bearings. ...

    Like Rons, I just replaced the motor bearings. They are cheap enough and I'm not sure I'd be willing to pop for the robotic arm to get it out the next time. Enjoy!
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    And it's an even older thread now... I just...

    And it's an even older thread now... I just noticed your question while searching for something related. I have a 4" American Sun vise and the threaded hole on the side of my fixed jaw is 5/16" -...
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    ďI have about 10 sets of wipers extra if anyone...

    ďI have about 10 sets of wipers extra if anyone would like a set. I will sell them for $25/set. Don't everyone reply at once :[email protected]ď

    If the friend who helped you with this didnít get a set, Iíll buy...
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    Yes, what Fred said. Crank the top of the slide...

    Yes, what Fred said. Crank the top of the slide back over the bottom half, find the most free spot in the rotation of the locking cam and wiggle/twist it a bit while you pull on it.
    No hammer is...
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    As the fourth person has not surfaced and the...

    As the fourth person has not surfaced and the original poster has not been in touch with me, these are going to Jimís good home. [emoji846]


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    Hello Folks, Who was the person who did not...

    Hello Folks,

    Who was the person who did not get a set of castings. The set I got is available.
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    The headstock bearings are lubricated with grease...

    The headstock bearings are lubricated with grease "for life". Getting it apart to re-grease then is no simple matter and I would recommend looking over the posts about replacing HLV-H headstock...
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    My HLV is the same, just the wedges and screws...

    My HLV is the same, just the wedges and screws behind them.

    By the way, and Iíve not followed this thread closely, are the casters under your cabinet permanent? HLVs are top and front heavy and...
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    I bought a HLV

    And donít forget to attach that big shiny dovetail thing to the casting!

    Oh! It looks like you never took it off when you were painting...

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