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  1. It's handy for some operations but not at all...

    It's handy for some operations but not at all necessary. I tend to use it when threading into a blind hole or up to a hard shoulder, makes it so I don't sweat the stop.
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    The through hole would be smaller than the tap...

    The through hole would be smaller than the tap drill size so I think any pip would be extractable. I figure a magnet or magnetized chunk of something will get the crap out,

    Gotta wait a little...
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    I'm going to try the sock-it-out remover,...

    I'm going to try the sock-it-out remover, supposed to be made of HSS so there's a chance it'll work. I'm still working on the assumption that there's some sealant on the screw that's helping to hold...
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    The first setscrew came out OK, second not so...

    The first setscrew came out OK, second not so easily and the 1/16 allen wrench spun in the hex even after heating the setscrew with a soldering iron for some time and using a new wrench. I suspect...
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    With the rust in the crack I expect that part was...

    With the rust in the crack I expect that part was going to go some time ago. Likely it's under some decent stress.

    It looks to me that the broken part would kep pretty well at the break. It...
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    Why start/stop now?

    Why start/stop now?
  7. You have a square dial Modular 10EE, square dial...

    You have a square dial Modular 10EE, square dial from the square dial over the thread/feed selector and "modular" from some of the logic being in a black "module" box.

    If you put single phase 220...
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    No. Compare the images I posted with the patent...

    No. Compare the images I posted with the patent drawing, very much different.

    This one is the inside of mine: US3034220A - Micro-precision level
    - Google Patents
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    "I am not a smart man..." It looks to be a hex...

    "I am not a smart man..." It looks to be a hex setscrew. I'll try to cook out the rest of the epoxy in the hex socket and unscrew it.
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    You're thinking of the original model. Nicely...

    You're thinking of the original model. Nicely shaped cast frame, screw on bezel held by a couple of setscrews. This is a different model.

    Here's a shot of the level with the top gone (Sharpie...
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    That's the video I referenced. The problem is...

    That's the video I referenced. The problem is that it's a very different level than mine and sealed very differently. I was hoping to find someone with a little experience with this model of another...
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    The electrical ELSR on the round dial might have...

    The electrical ELSR on the round dial might have had some of the spindle stop function as well. I don't have any experience with it but here's a shot of the parts page:

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    Fell precision level refill

    I recently got a Fell level at auction, but between the viewing and sale the level seems to have gotten damage. The rust on the bottom precision surface I can deal with but I'm having issues with...
  14. I recall that my '56 doesn't have a control...

    I recall that my '56 doesn't have a control transformer, either, and that the plug for the lamp is derived from L1 referenced to neutral but that latter might be what I did so that it wouldn't...
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    I don't think it would help that much - our...

    I don't think it would help that much - our panels are different in the coolant controls. Mine has a single on/off and yours looks to be setup with a start/release (sorry, don't know the electrical...
  16. I'm pretty sure that mine had the same mix of...

    I'm pretty sure that mine had the same mix of sizes as yours shows.
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    Thanks for the photos, they're a big help. ...

    Thanks for the photos, they're a big help.

    That's the first time I saw that the variable speed is a Roto-Cone. Any idea on the size or model number? I'm still thinking on replacing the 2 belt...
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    That's the Meyer Autometric. K&T bought the...

    That's the Meyer Autometric. K&T bought the rights to it then (apparently) redesigned everything into the Model B.
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    That Furnas pressure switch *should* have the...

    That Furnas pressure switch *should* have the unloader valve in it, at least all I've seen did. But then most of the ones I've seen were on smaller compressors. Pop the hood and see - if there's a...
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    The Autometric gearbox is pretty neat. Complete...

    The Autometric gearbox is pretty neat. Complete with variable feed and oiling in a decent package. Here's the front:

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    Dials on the left are for the primary gearing change on the outside...
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    Sure, if you have the time, it'd save me much...

    Sure, if you have the time, it'd save me much tracing of the coolant switch wiring.

    I'd also really appreciate anything you can get of the variable speed system on the motor and spindle input -...
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    Found that the gearbox didn't like one speed so...

    Found that the gearbox didn't like one speed so set to take it out. Loads of fun as it's connected at something like 6 places, some pretty much inaccessible unless the whole machine is up in the...
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    Sure sounds to me that your taper is likely too...

    Sure sounds to me that your taper is likely too messed up to just cleanup with a reamer, and that grinding it should to take too much out if there's tang support in the back of the quill. .001" on...
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    The problem I see with this is not getting the...

    The problem I see with this is not getting the cylinder holes in position, straight and to size (drill, bore, ream) but in getting the timing with the cylinder stop (outside of the cylinder) and the...
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    That should be a very slightly crowned wheel. To...

    That should be a very slightly crowned wheel. To me yours looks like someone didn't have a flat belt and thought that a couple of V belts run inside out would work. It does for a short while but...
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