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    Early Hendey Patent Numbers

    On a non tie bar but conical bearing lathe
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    Amen. L&S top speed on this 18" in 1916 was 350

    Amen. L&S top speed on this 18" in 1916 was 350
  3. As far as swap in off-the-shelf straight cut,...

    As far as swap in off-the-shelf straight cut, unlikely simply due to center distance

    Quieter isn't the only reason for helical gears - some of the reason is to make what you want to FIT on a...
  4. Thread: DoAll V36

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    Here is one from 2009 - not necessarily a V36 -...

    Here is one from 2009 - not necessarily a V36 - too bad PB stole all the photos

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/general/rebuilding-do-all-band-saw-180234/?highlight=DoAll

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    I can almost guarantee the 21 will have plain...

    I can almost guarantee the 21 will have plain spindle bearings - and came from factory with very low speeds to suit those bearings

    As to time line - the 41 was already out come 1929 - and we know...
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    Not all makes - like SB had no "raised swing"...

    Not all makes - like SB had no "raised swing" lathes unless you want to count the 16-24 with its factory risers SB sold, 2 1/2 over was not fixed - more "adder" on the larger machines. Later...
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    1911 catalog can be emailed if you want to...

    1911 catalog can be emailed if you want to private message that address. They will be similar

    ON EDIT: Emailed document

    Here is the 1908 milling catalog
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    Another (Box Head Le Blond Heavy Duty) - next...

    Another (Box Head Le Blond Heavy Duty) - next door in PA, SE of Pittsburgh. I'd guess this one is a few years older - looking at tailstock - but not as old as my 1911 catalog

    Engine lathe -...
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    The point being you too can do a search with the...

    The point being you too can do a search with the search terms Hendey and Mill:)
  10. Assuming 1140 motor.... 5 / 3.5 = 1.43 : 1 =...

    Assuming 1140 motor....

    5 / 3.5 = 1.43 : 1 = 800 spindle RPM

    5 / 3.25 = 1.54 : 1 = 741 spindle RPM

    5 / 3 = 1.67 : 1 = 684 spindle RPM

    5 / 2.66 = 1.88 : 1 = 606 spindle RPM
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    Looks like its has been fixed up with a NMTB...

    Looks like its has been fixed up with a NMTB spindle nose spindle - if flange is 3.625" O.D, that would make it a NMTB #40
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    PDF page 13 says 1 1/2 HP ...

    PDF page 13 says 1 1/2 HP

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/100B/cat_100B.pdf

    This catalog is on the SB section
  13. And a proper hydro test to see if ISN'T a bomb...

    And a proper hydro test to see if ISN'T a bomb just waiting to kill you isn't cheap

    I have an 80 gal. in the corner bought new in '85. I don't turn it on anymore. Makes me wonder why I ever had...
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    Interim Lodge & Shipley Patent Head

    Being sold Central Texas - thanks Barry

    Has the later 4 bolt tail stock along with the early no oil trough carriage saddle - and no compound

    I'll guess 1906 - 1907

    It is at least an 18" with...
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    And to follow on Jims' ...

    And to follow on Jims'

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=271137&d=1574806922

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    453 line items with Hendey and Mill for search...

    453 line items with Hendey and Mill for search terms if you care to wade thru

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/search.php?searchid=21696890&pp=&page=2

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    And so you will know, 394H is an 18" Series O...

    And so you will know, 394H is an 18" Series O from 1934 - quite a hefty beast for a SB

    Catalog 94 on Mr. Wells web page, page 4

    Most assuredly gray cast iron, maybe class 30, per ASTM A 48 -...
  18. Its only in this 1951 edition - thanks to Rob...

    Its only in this 1951 edition - thanks to Rob Lang. You have to click on Full View

    Catalog Record: A treatise on milling and milling machines | HathiTrust Digital Library

    Starts on page 582
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    You are certainly welcome Old but really...

    You are certainly welcome



    Old but really great generic how to info

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/5795.pdf
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    Your photos are a help - show us the gears under...

    Your photos are a help - show us the gears under left end cover

    But first tell us WHAT apron control you are using to "cut threads"

    As Gordon said if you are using the longitudinal FEED...
  21. Line item 4 looks useful Kearney & Trecker Co....

    Line item 4 looks useful

    Kearney & Trecker Co. - Publication Reprints | VintageMachinery.org

    And more way on down the list
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    Scrap. Maker has no clue., never ever looked at...

    Scrap. Maker has no clue., never ever looked at or digested ASA/ASME B5.9 Spindle Noses
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    Perfectly dreadful copy but here is a page and...

    Perfectly dreadful copy but here is a page and the link to the whole thing

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2102/3414.pdf
  24. Slim chance, but I have to ask - any wood block...

    Slim chance, but I have to ask - any wood block under there preventing lowering? Common to have such when transporting

    Also - if you have a missing or broken lock out the feed can be engaged -...
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    That is the "tool room" version - cool stuff -...

    That is the "tool room" version - cool stuff - AND with the always missing fixture. Strictly mechanical - no dribbly hydraulics

    Its PLANETARY in case you wondered how it could grind a bore -...
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