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    The more I look at that little decoration on the...

    The more I look at that little decoration on the tail stock, the more it says John Parshley.

    Rob
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    A picture of the green New Haven lathe that joe...

    A picture of the green New Haven lathe that joe posted above.

    Rob
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    Some more early New Haven lathe pictures similar...

    Some more early New Haven lathe pictures similar to esbutler's, but a little newer.
    These are not mine.
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    I have lost count, maybe 100. Most are in...

    I have lost count, maybe 100.
    Most are in storage. I have about 12 that I have running and use.
    I was planning on some sort of a museum, but I don't think that will happen.
    A thread about each...
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    More pictures of the lathe. Rob

    More pictures of the lathe.

    Rob
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    Pictures of my mid 1860's New Haven Lathe. It is...

    Pictures of my mid 1860's New Haven Lathe.
    It is the number 13 lathe in the ad.
    30" swing and 11' centers.
    This lathe was still run by line shaft when I bought it.
    Original paint, steady rest and...
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    I think it was in the 4,500 to 5,000 lbs range. ...

    I think it was in the 4,500 to 5,000 lbs range.

    Rob
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    I knew at one time, which were the driven...

    I knew at one time, which were the driven pulleys, but don't recall now.
    This would have been a single belt drive like the small New Haven.

    Rob
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    I was just going through my pictures looking for...

    I was just going through my pictures looking for more pictures of upright drills with the groves cut into the round column.
    I had some pictures, from the Ford Museum, of the inside of a machine...
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    We had talked about this once before. There were...

    We had talked about this once before.
    There were a very few builders in the 1850's who were using 5 pulleys.
    I don't think the 5 pulleys on the New Haven from Arkansas are original.
    I probably...
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    Hi Bill, Hard to say. We just don't have very...

    Hi Bill,

    Hard to say. We just don't have very much on early New Haven drills.
    I don't think it is. One unique feature is the groves cut into the round column.
    This serves as a gear rack for...
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    Some more early New Haven ads that I own. Rob

    Some more early New Haven ads that I own.

    Rob
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    Some early New Haven ads I found some time ago on...

    Some early New Haven ads I found some time ago on the internet.

    Rob
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    An early Scranton & Parshley or New Haven Mfg....

    An early Scranton & Parshley or New Haven Mfg. upright drill.
    Also the legs of an early New Haven Mfg. lathe.

    Rob
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    I think I know the one you are talking about....

    I think I know the one you are talking about.
    That is what spurred the new look into Scranton & Parshley and New Haven Mfg.

    Rob
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    Pictures of my small 3' New Haven Mfg. Co. planer...

    Pictures of my small 3' New Haven Mfg. Co. planer of the same vintage as the Arkansas one, mid to late 1850's.
    Someone long ago removed the four legs and added the iron frame to mount a motor drive...
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    More pictures of the planer. Rob

    More pictures of the planer.

    Rob
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    Pictures of the planer from Arkansas. Rob

    Pictures of the planer from Arkansas.

    Rob
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    Early New Haven Mfg. Co. planer

    This is about the planer I brought back from Arkansas back in 2008.

    Original thread when the planer was advertised;

    Antique Machine Tools F/S


    Thread when I went to pick the planer up.
    ...
  20. In the sticky at the top of the page. "Sticky:...

    In the sticky at the top of the page.

    "Sticky: Guidelines (please see new rule regarding Craigslist/Ebay/equiv posts)"

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    2/2016 - Due to a recent surge in...
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    With the shifting lever on the planer, as Joe has...

    With the shifting lever on the planer, as Joe has said, this would stop the planer table from moving.
    The electric motor and belt would keep running.

    Rob
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    I have owned mine for about the same time, maybe...

    I have owned mine for about the same time, maybe 35 years.
    It is under power, but I have it in storage right now.
    If by "clutch" you mean overhead drive, then it is not unlike the drive on this...
  23. Pictures as per this sites rules. Rob

    Pictures as per this sites rules.

    Rob
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    What would you like to know? Ames Mfg. Co. of...

    What would you like to know?

    Ames Mfg. Co. of Chicopee, Mass., quit building machine tools around 1890.
    Your planer, which looks to be a five foot stroke one, was built around the early 1880's....
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    Looks like a B&S screw machine. Rob

    Looks like a B&S screw machine.

    Rob
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