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    Kuhlmann SL2 stylus grinder

    I have a new to me Kuhlmann SL2 grinder for 110v, A very handsomely styled German made grinder, I have one collet but they appear oddball or proprietary. I had a look around Google and found a few...
  2. Scott was quick in getting back to me and...

    Scott was quick in getting back to me and determined they were not Logan parts. I have finally determined they are Standard Modern sets so that is great, thanks to all who have replied.
  3. Logan crossfeed and compound screws, I think

    I found while cleaning up, 5 sets of something I bought a long time ago.They are crossfeed screws with nut, compound screws with nut and metric graduated dials, they were made in 1978 as the work...
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    After searching I found the stone and guide foot...

    After searching I found the stone and guide foot used in this tool in the Sunnen catalog. It is still confusing but now I can call Sunnen and discuss my needs. Thank you for all the advice on the...
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    Type of hone for custom honing device

    I made a small handheld hone for finishing some small diameter parts (.188-.250 OD). The tool works well but the stone I used is far too soft. What type of stone should I use? Grit, material type? I...
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    So...............in review make the tool, torch...

    So...............in review make the tool, torch harden, all I have is an LP Turbo torch ( is this enough?), no welding type torch and then temper, does this sounds okay? I assume I should quench the...
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    Heat treating question

    I am making some cutters in O1 steel. I contacted the heat treating people and they said that it was "surface heat treating". My cutter is .750" od X 1" with a .203" bore so the cutter blades close...
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    Jacob Flex Chuck adjustment

    I have a JFC in good working order but the hand wheel is sloppy and it appears I need to shim or replace a large washer that sits under the two locking springs. Has anyone tackled this, should I shim...
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    I have a L5A and I had problems with the finish...

    I have a L5A and I had problems with the finish in that there was phonographing and a micro vibration. It turned out to be a single phase motor issue and when I went to a 3ph motor I had an excellent...
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    Oil Gun quandry

    I converted a grease gun to "oil" gun for lubricating the lathes, I have a few machines. There are some fittings that are recessed and the outside diameter of the coupler does not allow access. I...
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    TECO VFD changing direction on a lathe

    I am about to install a Teco JNEV-101-H1 to a 1 HP 3Ph motor for my lathe. I searched through the posts and there are many but I could not find the answer. The manual is more of a reference booklet...
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    i would find a capable motor guy in your area to...

    i would find a capable motor guy in your area to fix the motor. I use Plaza Machinert in VT for my SB used parts but I am not sure if Joe is the guy for your relay. Motors are simple things for motor...
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    Chuck jaws general question

    Best wishes to all!

    I need a set of outside jaws for a Pratt and Burnerd 6" 3 jaw chuck. Do I need to buy these specifically for this chuck from P&B or is there a secondary source?

    Happy...
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    A little runout

    On my new machine with a L00 spindle. I have runout .005 at the chuck, cant't figure out what is causing it. I have a hardened and precision 1" test bar in the chuck. I swapped out the chucks P&B...
  15. Thread: Removing L00

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    Thanks to all, chuck removed, everything is in...

    Thanks to all, chuck removed, everything is in excellent condition, .001" spindle run out, all is right with the world.
  16. Thread: Removing L00

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    Roger, Wilco Thanks

    Roger, Wilco

    Thanks
  17. Thread: Removing L00

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    Removing L00

    New to me is the L00 spindle nose. I have the requisite spanner to remove the chuck but wanted to confirm the direction that the locking ring must travel during removal. Is it away from the operator...
  18. Thread: Crozier

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    Crozier

    I have used the lantern type tool posts and the Aloris quick change BXA style but I got a 4" Crozier indexable post on my new (used) lathe. It's a pig and holds up to 3/4" bits and is a very solid...
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    You are probably right, will I need to make a new...

    You are probably right, will I need to make a new gasket?
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    I removed and cleaned the gits cup but I can't...

    I removed and cleaned the gits cup but I can't get oil in, there is so much back pressure the oil can just spews back out the filler cap. Suggestions?
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    9A Apron oil change

    I took it as a bad sign when I removed the sump plug and nothing came out. I have been trying to fill the sump but the gits cap appears full and it won't take much oil. Any suggestions? How much oil...
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    I thought flame hardened beds were standard in...

    I thought flame hardened beds were standard in the 70's (1975) so I am not sure if that would warrant an X designation.
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    Kerosene HTRAL

    Throughout the HTRAL book SB suggests kerosene for cleaning and flushing parts. What would be a good substitute as kerosene is not as readily available some 70 yrs later. Particulary I am flushing...
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    Deciphering SB 13 Serial number

    Guys and Gals,

    I am looking at a 70's SB 13 which is a few hours away so I have only seen a photo. The serial number is 148***TKX

    T= 13"
    K = Quick change gearbox,undermotor
    X= Special, any...
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    Thanks just so I am certain, I use a thread gauge...

    Thanks just so I am certain, I use a thread gauge to establish 90 d. then set the compound at the correct angle. Sounds like a plan.

    Thanks
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