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  1. Likely not reaching the folks who'd be looking...

    Likely not reaching the folks who'd be looking for it. Try a wider ranging format - eBay, machinetools.com, etc.
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    Looks like a center for a tool & cutter grinder

    Looks like a center for a tool & cutter grinder
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    Collet chuck body material

    I'm making a new body for an existing collet chuck, a Pratt Burnerd LC-15. I never was able to find a chuck with a D1-3 back and finally found a really good deal on one with a different back. So...
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    Harry Bloom documented his build of a nice follow...

    Harry Bloom documented his build of a nice follow rest here: https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/monarch-lathes/another-new-toy-163406/index6.html#post1518810 If you can't see it it's all made...
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    IIRC every .001 you ream from the MT2 takes .007...

    IIRC every .001 you ream from the MT2 takes .007 from the length. So if there's some pit you ream out completely you might set the gage line back enough that some shanks hit the stop pins.
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    You'll want to use a bore gage on the tailstock...

    You'll want to use a bore gage on the tailstock casting and see if the wear is to the quill or the tail stock casting. If it is the casting you can likely have it honed cylindrical and make a quill....
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    Might be a little hard to hold that precise helix...

    Might be a little hard to hold that precise helix angle... :leaving:
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    I recall that Victor Machinery has the tap. If I...

    I recall that Victor Machinery has the tap. If I recall the Lufkin, Starrett, Central and Mitutoyo inside mic heads all use that size.

    Also, there are some 5/16-56 heads from Tumico - I grabbed a...
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    Mine was messed up in pretty much the same way. ...

    Mine was messed up in pretty much the same way. I got it working right by opening the switch panel and watching the switches while changing the gear engagement. I think there was a way to move the...
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    If you look closely at my wrench you'll see a...

    If you look closely at my wrench you'll see a flat beat into the back of it. The PDQ VS taper needs a little love tap to break it loose from the holder.

    Always leave a tool holder in the master...
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    You need one of these (calipers for scale): ...

    You need one of these (calipers for scale):

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    I think it's a standard hook wrench (McMaster McMaster-Carr ). If you want/need more toolholders PM me, I've got a fair number spare.
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    The problem is that the pots are custom for...

    The problem is that the pots are custom for Monarch - for half of their travel the windings are shorted, other half work as normal, and the halves are reversed between the pots. This is so the...
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    I would suggest attempting to solder to the...

    I would suggest attempting to solder to the remaining post. The pots were custom manufactured with the armature and field pot having their windings shorted over half of the travel and different on...
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    Motor data plate has a field specification, so...

    Motor data plate has a field specification, so DC.

    From what I can see in the schematic the drive looks to be a good one with nice features.

    If your motor spins in reverse and not forward it...
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    I'm pretty sure that it's a 608, so a 608-2RS...

    I'm pretty sure that it's a 608, so a 608-2RS would be preferred (or a 608ZZ, they're kind of protected so a shield should be ok).

    Easy way to check would be to drop one of the read gib blocks and...
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    Wouldn't it be the block on the lower left where...

    Wouldn't it be the block on the lower left where the plumbing is?
  17. Does your leadscrew indicator mount to the helix...

    Does your leadscrew indicator mount to the helix angle of the leadscrew? If not you won't want plain sput gears but instead gears cut to the leadscrew's helix and the screw's pitch.
  18. You might want to say what year the 10EE base is...

    You might want to say what year the 10EE base is from. There are some differences between years.

    If you do replace the base you'll want to scrape the mounting points back in contact with the bed...
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    I'd bet that was a hit from something else - a...

    I'd bet that was a hit from something else - a face plant always breaks the carriage feed wheel first. With an intact carriage feed wheel there not a lot of ways to take out the cross feed.
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    Thanks for the suggestions. If it were my sheet...

    Thanks for the suggestions. If it were my sheet metal roller all of those would be viable suggestions, but it's for someone else. I may get away with just turning the 3/4-12 in some stock and...
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    Looking for 3/4-12 spade head screw

    Think of an overgrown thumb screw and you're in the ballpark. I can't find any of these myself but I thought I'd ask here before I make one. I need one 3/4-12 (yup, 12) and 5 5/8 OAL or better -...
  22. You can try a lacquer stick: McMaster-Carr...

    You can try a lacquer stick: McMaster-Carr I've had some luck with mine in filling the tailstock quill markings.
  23. Other than having a keyway - $20 and shipping...

    Other than having a keyway - $20 and shipping from McMaster McMaster-Carr
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    Nope. Always meant to, never got around to it. ...

    Nope. Always meant to, never got around to it. Don't see a lot of wear on the ground ways.



    There's a limit to how much oil the felt can hold, once past that the felt just distributes the oil...
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    In the second image it looks like the cross slide...

    In the second image it looks like the cross slide dial assembly is removed. How did you remove that without removing the screw? The only way I can think of would be to disassemble the dial...
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