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    Round or square dial? Can you shift into right...

    Round or square dial? Can you shift into right hand threading?
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    From the manual pages listed it looks like you...

    From the manual pages listed it looks like you have a Pacemaster drive. You should find the model number on the main board. With that you can check for anyone able to service it. Likely it's a...
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    As much as is possible. Given the age of the...

    As much as is possible. Given the age of the drive I expect a lot to be TTL logic and I can still mostly read that, if not then someone else here can. How good are your with a meter? Trust...
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    The additional load of the 3 phase motor will...

    The additional load of the 3 phase motor will help stabilize the wild leg.




    If the drive is checking the phasing you'll likely have to shift all the phases around and not just one leg. The...
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    Since you're already using a rotary I wouldn't...

    Since you're already using a rotary I wouldn't expect that hanging a 3 phase motor on the 3 legs would make any difference. But it might be worth a try?

    Alternatively, have you shifted the phases...
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    Probably more than you need but: Guide to...

    Probably more than you need but:

    Guide to World Screw Threads - Industrial Press

    300+ pages detailing threads. Not limited to screws but will cover them thoroughly.
  7. No. You use the VFD to generate 3 phase for the...

    No. You use the VFD to generate 3 phase for the 10EE drive. There are VFDs that won't be happy with using an external switch to start the motor.

    All in all it'd be safer for the OP to make an...
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    5C for your first set because they're cheaper and...

    5C for your first set because they're cheaper and have more square and hex available at a decent price (as well as collet blocks, etc.). 2J after you're tooled up on 5C because they go bigger. 215...
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    If it was like my Famco there's not a lot of the...

    If it was like my Famco there's not a lot of the pinion not in engagement with the arbor. On mine there was maybe 1/8" on one side and maybe double that on the other (where the cuts for the teeth...
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    Just checked the teeth on the arbor as they're in...

    Just checked the teeth on the arbor as they're in better shape. The whole depth is .219 instead of the expected .269 for a .060 difference, so it's definitely not a clean 8DP gear. Setting a gear...
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    I've seen something like that on the Hardinge...

    I've seen something like that on the Hardinge gears made for the HLVH and also used in the helical milling attachment on the UM mill. This seems to be the other way - a gear cut in a smaller...
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    Yeah, I called them and they want near $600 for...

    Yeah, I called them and they want near $600 for the pinion. It's a nice part and seems well made but that almost twice what I paid for the press so I'm motivated to spend a day or so to make a...
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    The problem is that the teeth on the pinion are...

    The problem is that the teeth on the pinion are really mangled from applied pressure. The diameter measurement is from an area that is the original pinion diameter, you can't measure over the teeth...
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    Pinon gear for Famco arbor press

    I picked up a well used Famco 31-C arbor press at an auction, and just completed disassembly (it was frozen and needed much high-impact love). After pulling the arbor I found that the teeth were...
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    A bunch collected here: How many 3 point...

    A bunch collected here:

    How many 3 point follow rests were maed for monarch 10ee's?
  16. Polished, maybe, but not lapped. I'd be careful...

    Polished, maybe, but not lapped. I'd be careful with the area under the head as that's the point of contact with the .200 head. I didn't gage the hole in the head but could if you need it, the pin...
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    You ok with a pic and description?

    318355

    Pin is .750 long, body is .083, head is hemispherical and .140 diameter and the hole for the spring is .039 (or so, there's a burr on one side) and...
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    The MG drive was an option from Monarch well into...

    The MG drive was an option from Monarch well into the 50's. A lot of the EEs ordered by the Navy in the 50's seem to have been MG units (ironic considering that the C16J's would have been pretty...
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    It's not like Monarch never said anything: ...

    It's not like Monarch never said anything:

    http://www.kepler-eng.com/images/10ee_lift.jpg
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    Just shim it out a few thou and cut again. Using...

    Just shim it out a few thou and cut again. Using the standard E shim with a double layer of aluminum foil will cut another .004"
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    When I built I put in a 30x60 shop and framed in...

    When I built I put in a 30x60 shop and framed in the back half for a 'clean' machine shop with HVAC. That let me put in a lot of insulation and keep the machine shop hot/cool (really just constant)...
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    Nice to hear from a man with his priorities in...

    Nice to hear from a man with his priorities in order.
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    I'm not sure that they're made to be adjustable...

    I'm not sure that they're made to be adjustable so much as replaceable. One feature I did nothice is that the tapped hole in the quill is not tapped through so the stop can't be screwed in much more...
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    You might consider a posting in "Machine...

    You might consider a posting in "Machine Reconditioning, Scraping and Inspection" since your request covers pretty much all of that. I have to warn you that sometimes you're opening a #10 tin of...
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    If you ever draw that up I'd like to see the...

    If you ever draw that up I'd like to see the plans, even something very rough. Looks handy.



    That's pretty normal. I think you can find the expected bore reduction in tables (here?...
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