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    Looks like a neat project. I thought about...

    Looks like a neat project. I thought about getting one flame cut from steel, a castings would be a lot nicer. Put my name in.
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    I went through this some time ago, but for a step...

    I went through this some time ago, but for a step collet chuck mount with an integral 5C:
    Step collet chuck

    Only downside is that it's just cast iron and not hard. You'd want to be careful and...
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    From the '78 brochure, I don't have any other...

    From the '78 brochure, I don't have any other details:

    http://www.kepler-eng.com/images/10ee_infinitely_variable_feed.pnghttp://www.kepler-eng.com/images/10ee_electric_variable_feed.png

    (On...
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    Maybe provide some pictures with a rule in it for...

    Maybe provide some pictures with a rule in it for scale? Tehn folks might be able to help. Right now that pool is jus tthe folks with an 18CBB with that cap.
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    You mean one of the Gits cups? Oil Hole Cups...

    You mean one of the Gits cups?

    Oil Hole Cups and Covers | GITS Manufacturing
  6. Nice work!

    Nice work!
  7. Taper pin to pull it. You should be able to make...

    Taper pin to pull it. You should be able to make a replacement pretty easily.

    http://www.kepler-eng.com/images/10ee_tumbler_lever.gif



    Feed input into the gearbox. More likely one of the...
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    Nope, it came from Ingersoll Milling. A fellow...

    Nope, it came from Ingersoll Milling. A fellow who worked there saved it from being tipped into a recycle dumpster and stored it in his unattached garage. I rescued it from there and spent a fair...
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    I was there around then on a Family Day tour...

    I was there around then on a Family Day tour (every 5 years) and recall hearing one of the inspection folks talking about mapping the big surface plate and having to shut the parking lot so it was...
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    I retired from Sandia a few years ago as a...

    I retired from Sandia a few years ago as a contractor (worked for 9954 subbed to 5528 and others). Walked daily past the big old machining building west across from the primary standards building...
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    I've gotta wonder how a 10EE landed in Tucumcari....

    I've gotta wonder how a 10EE landed in Tucumcari. Maybe through Bentley's in Amarillo?
  12. Not neutral, just between forward/reverse feed...

    Not neutral, just between forward/reverse feed for threading. If you play with it you shouldn't be able to drop the half nuts in when you're in a feed position.
  13. You'll want to go through the process of tuning...

    You'll want to go through the process of tuning the drive. The procedure is listed in the manual and has likely been listed in some thread here, but let me know if you want the service sheets...
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    The system wants perhaps 20-25 PSI according to...

    The system wants perhaps 20-25 PSI according to this from Bijur (page 16):

    http://www.bijurdelimon.com/fileadmin/products/docs/bdius/Brochures/258_SYS_Single-Line-Resistance_BR.pdf

    That would...
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    Drawing EE-8-17 shows what seems to be a SHCS...

    Drawing EE-8-17 shows what seems to be a SHCS holding the back cover on. The last change date was 9/13/63 so certainly square dial.
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    I don't have one in front of me but I'd try...

    I don't have one in front of me but I'd try pulling the shaft the shifter arms are on out. That'd free up the arms and everything else would slide out. That's my recollection from 18 years ago...
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    Check the voltage on the field, bet you that it...

    Check the voltage on the field, bet you that it doesn't ever drop. That's how the motor gets above base speed. Lots of possible reasons, many depending on the drive type. Also have to ask: is the...
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    You mean the email address you gave?

    You mean the email address you gave?
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    It's a shield, not a seal. I would expect a seal...

    It's a shield, not a seal. I would expect a seal to stay with the inner or outer bearing, but expect a shield to be maybe a bit loose between the 2.

    OP: has management explained why they want the...
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    If by "everything" you mean the 10EE and tooling...

    If by "everything" you mean the 10EE and tooling I'd say that it's very much overpriced. That's a manufacturing model and is incapable of single point threading. It doesn't appear to have a...
  21. If I were to be milling this part I'd make a jig...

    If I were to be milling this part I'd make a jig to hold the part on the 30 deg angle then mount that jig with the part in it on a sine plate at the 38 deg angle. Put a tooling ball in the other...
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    So far as I know the thyratrons can't be easily...

    So far as I know the thyratrons can't be easily tested, both are pretty big (C16J and 3C23). Just heating the filaments for the C16J would take about 30A at 2.5V.

    Excluding the EL1C and 6NO60 all...
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    I don't think that Monarch ever made a drive to...

    I don't think that Monarch ever made a drive to take a C6J, all thyratron drives I'm familiar with were C16J. Same spec (near) but very different mount.

    To the OP: a pair of unknown C16J tubes...
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    I'm pretty sure that I used vinyl caulk for that...

    I'm pretty sure that I used vinyl caulk for that filler when rebuilding my 10EE.
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    I've only ever pulled the splined pulleys and...

    I've only ever pulled the splined pulleys and they all pop right off after pulling the retention plate. I'd look for evidence of hammering and such on the end of the shaft.
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