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  1. :D I have 18 bucks invested in mine bought new...

    :D

    I have 18 bucks invested in mine bought new in 1969

    Here is a perfect description of the contents



    I guess the most cogent bit is the fact that it makes clear the necessity of...
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    My somewhat later Bul 16 says some over 10 K on...

    My somewhat later Bul 16 says some over 10 K on 20 X 72 with electrics, chuck etc



    That 20 spindle will take L2 or D1-8"
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    Don't I wish - did get to run one about that long...

    Don't I wish - did get to run one about that long looking during the '64 to '68 apprenticeship at P&WA
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    You need to visit above posts As to hard ways,...

    You need to visit above posts

    As to hard ways, See post #2

    As to weight, see Bulletin 16 as noted in Post # 6



    Here is a scan from a later Bulletin 16 showing the hard outer vees that get...
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    They look sort of like so 311269

    They look sort of like so

    311269
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    Thanks to Greg Menke, we have applicable...

    Thanks to Greg Menke, we have applicable Bulletins here (16, 17 and 20)

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/index.html

    have fun
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    My 10HP 16 year old chugs along like a regular...

    My 10HP 16 year old chugs along like a regular PP. Anyone beat this length of service with ZERO issues?
  8. Some of the "holders" on the table will be found...

    Some of the "holders" on the table will be found to be some one's scrap iron (special tool)

    As to easing it into next speed, yes. There were mills with mechanical foot pedals to assist ( not...
  9. 4383 and 4384 were 100 item lots completed...

    4383 and 4384 were 100 item lots completed September 1943 when dark days wandered the land

    Bunch of 3H in there too - since they are "kin"

    Lots of coverage in Vintage Machinery under Kearney...
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    The "biggies" used 800/1200/1600 top end instead...

    The "biggies" used 800/1200/1600 top end instead of the 1000/1500/2000 on the little guys
    In other words a PHYSICALLY larger machine

    Hard ways are later - go to right end and see if the OUTER vee...
  11. In other words - the key in this SMALLER bevel...

    In other words - the key in this SMALLER bevel gear has to be doing its job. Not at all unusual for them to wear out and fail

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    I'll guess without going back to look at RP scan again that...
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    And their pump oilers are tops in my book, too -...

    And their pump oilers are tops in my book, too - no plastic inside anywhere. What they did neglect is the extra piece bottom closure - almost invariably LEAK enough to make a ring of oil there over...
  13. Maybey Normal apron clutch layout will have a...

    Maybey

    Normal apron clutch layout will have a three position lever

    None of the apron feeds (not threads) - will work in this CENTER position

    So - right end low on face of apron - you will...
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    Regardless of how much - you will hate it if its...

    Regardless of how much - you will hate it if its not the "adjust true" design

    My "work envelope" must of been larger. When starting out with the CW 16 X 102 Monarch 20 odd years ago,, I bought...
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    Don't neglect Post #5 links when you are wanting...

    Don't neglect Post #5 links when you are wanting to look in Parts Book - Bulletin 20 - might be of some help with T/A
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    Mid thirties - you'll likely need a sizeable pile...

    Mid thirties - you'll likely need a sizeable pile of good luck to find stuff made nearly ninety years ago. Other members will know of folks in the WS "stuff" biz

    Having machine serial and part...
  17. Thread: Lathe ID

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    1814 stuff Don't know about all that - its...

    1814 stuff

    Don't know about all that - its plainly from about 1914 in that it has those features. Only trouble is by then the serial will be five digits and in between two rear vee ways on right...
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    When you get to taking it apart for spindle work...

    When you get to taking it apart for spindle work don't forget the handy link in Post #15

    Not the same lathe - but almost the very same spindle and its related parts
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    Apologies - I was neglecting reading of earlier...

    Apologies - I was neglecting reading of earlier posts
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    Maybe , maybe not - wrong side doors but quite...

    Maybe , maybe not - wrong side doors but quite similar Dividing Head

    This scanned from 1901 Manning, Maxwell & Moore - a large hard bound catalog

    This scanned mill has the common for the time...
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    I'll look in Manning, Maxwell & Moore (1901)...

    I'll look in Manning, Maxwell & Moore (1901) today and see what is there

    Rose's Modern Machine Shop Practice (my copy at least) had nothing on Putnam Horizontals
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    Good Going Joe. One way to get it done - you are...

    Good Going Joe. One way to get it done - you are ahead of me - I can write at length about making them, but never made one. :D
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    Back gears normally TWO moves - engage gears and...

    Back gears normally TWO moves - engage gears and pull pin device in face of bull gear

    Adjust these moves from first to second to suit what happens - like if you do the pin first the cone will be...
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    Here is one of the how to threads on posting...

    Here is one of the how to threads on posting photos

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    have fun
  25. I'll guess if that is not a quite slow motor that...

    I'll guess if that is not a quite slow motor that the lathe has been run way too fast since the conversion - in other words the plain bearings for the spindle suffered accordingly. Counter shaft...
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