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  1. Thanks for the help. It turns out that the rod I...

    Thanks for the help. It turns out that the rod I purchased off of a parts machine was for the earlier limit switch style, so I had to innovate a little. My rod ends half way through the switch box....
  2. I got the pictures. Thank you very much! That's...

    I got the pictures. Thank you very much! That's exactly what I needed.
  3. Make and model of the switches would be useful if...

    Make and model of the switches would be useful if you can see what they are, and some measurement of the cam arrangement if it's not too much trouble so I can recreate the same slope/ramp.
  4. Mine has a hole through the outboard bracket....

    Mine has a hole through the outboard bracket. There are four wire present. Breaking contact between one set stops and prevents restart of forward operation, while the other pair stops and prevents...
  5. Yep, that's it. You're describing the operation...

    Yep, that's it. You're describing the operation correctly. If posting a photo is a problem I can pm you my email address. Thanks.
  6. Thanks. Just for clarification, my machine is...

    Thanks. Just for clarification, my machine is wired for the stop. The wires are present under the cover and function like they should when I manually I connect and disconnect the wires. When I...
  7. Need help with Rivett 1020F stop rod switch gear

    Hi all. I have had a Rivett 1020F for a number of years, but the switch mechanism related to the carriage/spindle motor stop rod, located at the bottom right hand end of the bed under the lathe name...
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    That's awesome! I never post here anymore since...

    That's awesome! I never post here anymore since I've been more involved in the car hobby for quite a few years and don't do much machining anymore, but just today I randomly searched for the 1020R...
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    I just stumbled on this thread by chance. About...

    I just stumbled on this thread by chance. About 5 years ago I made a set of metric change gears for my Rivett. I purchased off the shelf gears for the drive, driven, and idlers. I then made a pair...
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    My machine looks identical to the photo. I just...

    My machine looks identical to the photo. I just assumed it was ground, but I suppose it could be milled,
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    My mid-1960's lever FP1 has ground long vertical...

    My mid-1960's lever FP1 has ground long vertical ways. Can't say on the short mating ways as I haven't had the saddle off the machine.
  12. I don't have a picture on this computer, but the...

    I don't have a picture on this computer, but the other data is here:
    http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/showthread.php?t=137425&highlight=involute+splines
  13. The clutch (front left in the picture) sends the...

    The clutch (front left in the picture) sends the power to the pulley on the left side of the clutch, or the pulley on the right side of the clutch. The pulley that is not engaged (or both if the...
  14. I don't know the pressure angle. The real...

    I don't know the pressure angle. The real problem is the shafts that they mount on. They are 6 spline shafts with involute teeth. I had to make my own slotting cutter and use it to slot some...
  15. I've got the taper on mine (#519), but am missing...

    I've got the taper on mine (#519), but am missing the bed clamp. My machine has the later US varidrive instead of the Star motor unit. Mine was hopelessly worn out and was replaced with a Yaskawa...
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    Sobel up in Closter had one. Not sure if it's...

    Sobel up in Closter had one. Not sure if it's still there. It was not cheap, around $5-7K if I recall, but it was complete with tooling.
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    I would get the lathe first. Most lathes can do...

    I would get the lathe first. Most lathes can do some milling.

    When I started I go a small mill first, and I shouldn't have. The lathe was so much more useful when I got it.
  18. I have both of the multifix holders, which I got...

    I have both of the multifix holders, which I got for a good price on ebay years ago. They are nice for small threading in reasonable material, but are not very stiff. If you get too aggressive...
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    Many of the small horizontal mills would fit the...

    Many of the small horizontal mills would fit the bill pretty well. I had a Vernon once, and really liked it. Size wise it would be a match for your Atlas, but it is a much heavier machine. If you...
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    Yep, that was it. Thank you for your help. I...

    Yep, that was it. Thank you for your help.

    I do believe it is original Deckel. It is marked "Made in Germany", but does not have the FD symbol. However, some of the new old stock arbors I...
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    Another thread on the same thing. I guess it is...

    Another thread on the same thing. I guess it is 1/2-12tpi.

    http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/showthread.php?t=155341
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    I guess it could be 1/2" by 12 tpi UNS, but the...

    I guess it could be 1/2" by 12 tpi UNS, but the 12 tpi doesn't seem to be a perfect match although it is very very close. The measure OD of the threads is 0.492".
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    Deckel Arbor Bolt Threads???

    I have a 1" shell mill arbor, and the factory bolt does not fit with the new face mill I got for Christmas. No problem I thought, I'l just whip up a new one. No so fast. I can't figure out what...
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    Could you post a couple of pictures of your...

    Could you post a couple of pictures of your collet closer? I am in the process of making one from scratch, and I would like to try to match the original.
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    I have a Rivett, which is a different animal due...

    I have a Rivett, which is a different animal due to the mechanical variable speed belt drive, but it is a machine of similar size and capability so I thought I would chime in.

    In my case, the...
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