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  1. 7000 grains to the Lb. Say the fifty slug was...

    7000 grains to the Lb. Say the fifty slug was 750 and the powder 225 - makes 975 or less than 1/7 of a Lb. Of course you have yet to weigh the primered case.:D
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    Face of bed nearer tail stock end - more or less...

    Face of bed nearer tail stock end - more or less behind lead screw. About 2 X 4" bronze tag riveted on

    Wonderful little lathe originally designed about 1920 - good enough to revive/improve for...
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    Maybe a taper piece attached to face plate (your...

    Maybe a taper piece attached to face plate (your angle is 2 1/2 degrees) and straps for inside and then out side of washer - removing and reapplying straps as facing off proceeds
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    Welder has a few screws to undo and then can be...

    Welder has a few screws to undo and then can be tilted out from top (at least I can on my 1973 machine) to see if anything can be learned. You don't want to pick it up - too heavy, and it won't come...
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    Don't know how handy it will be, but here is how...

    Don't know how handy it will be, but here is how they did the higher voltage machines with the later DBW-15 blade welder

    I'll suppose that is a transformer on the left
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    Has the blade welder - all of which required two...

    Has the blade welder - all of which required two hots of 220 volts. This was done with a transformer on board. Might want to see WHERE your 480 was hooked up to

    Probably smart to ALSO see if...
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    Probably a link that works for the measurements -...

    Probably a link that works for the measurements - same idea as the photos you posted of the lathe spindle nose some time ago
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    Probably similar to Pacemaker that size. ATW...

    Probably similar to Pacemaker that size. ATW Bulletin 16 says 9250 radial on just the front bearing (for 16 and 20" medium duty). This is at 100 RPM.

    In case you want to look at that
    ...
  9. Shawn last visited forum in February

    Shawn last visited forum in February
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    You are not loading photos.:D On my old PC I...

    You are not loading photos.:D

    On my old PC I use this system provided by the forum

    Hit Go Advanced in the new post window, then scroll down to Manage Attachments and follow thru on up loading...
  11. For years I used a rope started 7.5 to run the...

    For years I used a rope started 7.5 to run the shop on. The only thing it balked at was starting the 5HP two stage air compressor - and adding in a 3HP idler would erase that problem

    This was no...
  12. Looks like even the dog approves! Looks like a...

    Looks like even the dog approves!

    Looks like a good one - that is the ball bearing taper attachment on the back
  13. More "pieces" info. "see text" in photo refers...

    More "pieces" info.

    "see text" in photo refers to mounting stud for central pulleys - it is .375 dia. pulley end with 1/4-20 inside and is 5/18-18 on other end - suggesting this stud could be made...
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    QC gear box chart suggests American Tool Works ...

    QC gear box chart suggests American Tool Works

    Thanks to Greg Menke for the 1911 scan

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/atw/atw-1911-product-guide.pdf

    ph
  15. Its a real lathe that weighs a little less than...

    Its a real lathe that weighs a little less than 5000 lbs. It is one of the GREAT machines made by Monarch. It even has lead screw reverse on the apron. Probably won't be as "fast" as a el cheapo...
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    Smallest I know of in 1919 was 14" It is...

    Smallest I know of in 1919 was 14"

    It is screwed into the INTERNAL thread of the DOUBLE NOSE spindle. Your catalog cut is from earlier when there was no double nose spindle - and it is misleading...
  17. 5th pulley info

    5th pulley info
  18. Measuring my parts. Pulleys are 2 1/4 OD and...

    Measuring my parts. Pulleys are 2 1/4 OD and their hub has a .375 bore

    More as I get to it.
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    Here is the electrical section if you decide to...

    Here is the electrical section if you decide to get some help on the RPC

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/transformers-phase-converters-and-vfd/
  20. Likely None. Not only BIGGER, but maybe entirely...

    Likely None. Not only BIGGER, but maybe entirely differing design - like 2A or 4A serial dial type - not much like the 2MI

    Say serials for both and I'll see if I can date them - it will be on the...
  21. Some info on mount "channel"

    Some info on mount "channel"
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    Of course that pub does say DeLuxe - maybe you...

    Of course that pub does say DeLuxe - maybe you had to pay for Deluxe before they put in the mounting tapped holes:D
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    See pdf page 29 and catalog page 30 ...

    See pdf page 29 and catalog page 30

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/atw/atw-pacemaker-bulletin-110-1958.pdf
  24. Hardwood responds to quicky needs - holder up...

    Hardwood responds to quicky needs - holder up here was duplicated other end. Easy to rig the usual strap downs as needed
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    Related thread 1918 Prentice 16" Standard Gear...

    Related thread

    1918 Prentice 16" Standard Gear Head Lathe

    One could calculate speeds in relation to input shaft speed simply by counting teeth of the involved gears for that speed and letting...
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