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  1. Thanks for sticking to your guns Michael and...

    Thanks for sticking to your guns Michael and helping to reeducate an old fart. I did not use your video - I just looked at the head stock inners on both CK and CW manuals - both have the Item 79...
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    Handy dandy manual - thanks to Greg Menke for...

    Handy dandy manual - thanks to Greg Menke for hosting this for me

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/hendey/1940-Hendey-Op-Man.pdf

    My old write up on their Lead Screw Reverse system -...
  3. Milling clutch 284227

    Milling clutch

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  4. A test would be to see how well a thread comes...

    A test would be to see how well a thread comes out on the CW when you leave half nuts engaged and use head stock lever to back up lead screw in the process of taking additional passes

    A CY will...
  5. Entirely differing systems. The CY has LSR that...

    Entirely differing systems. The CY has LSR that allows reversing of lead screw WITHOUT DISTURBING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPINDLE AND LEAD SCREW ... and the CW does not. In other words you can thread...
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    Do a search on Recommended Surface Feet Per...

    Do a search on Recommended Surface Feet Per Minute 4140 - and teach yourself how SFM relates to speeds
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    Poll: Funny - you folks must think the folks that would...

    Funny - you folks must think the folks that would have to do the work involved have nothing better to do
  8. Fairly easy to make the clutch. 9 "tooth" here,...

    Fairly easy to make the clutch. 9 "tooth" here, Cinc similar with 7

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    This was for a Ohio shaper - you could leave the "store bought crank" long for the mill - and bend...
  9. The free stuff - like tough old discarded pants...

    The free stuff - like tough old discarded pants belt - are peachy keen for gripping stuff you don't want to mar. I have a giant box of cast off purse parts from 57 years of being married :D

    I...
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    You could buy MT to NMBT adapters to plug into...

    You could buy MT to NMBT adapters to plug into your HBM taper from Scully Jones circa 1942. Possibly Carlton had something similar - but earlier in mind. NMTB were standardized on milling machines...
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    Might be worthwhile in the time left to do...

    Might be worthwhile in the time left to do another edit and add a line about the change - YOUR post title is revised - but on the forum it still says #5

    I'll suppose us underlings have no control...
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    Serial says '41, so look on page 26 in this '42...

    Serial says '41, so look on page 26 in this '42 catalog for reasonably close

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/100B/cat_100B.pdf

    Maybe the extra oilers were installed right after they found...
  13. Thread: oldguy70

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    Useful related stuff found in at least some...

    Useful related stuff found in at least some editions of How To Run A lathe

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    24 hour window you have an edit button - try Go...

    24 hour window you have an edit button - try Go Advanced and see if it will let you edit title
  15. I'd like to see what is behind the closed door. ...

    I'd like to see what is behind the closed door. When new, a great array of change gears lived in there
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    A downside of living too long is the revelation...

    A downside of living too long is the revelation that some of your career efforts are now obsolete. :D

    I see I need to scurry around and find another PB photo replacement for post #1

    Here we go...
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    You make them - like 99% of 100 (and more) year...

    You make them - like 99% of 100 (and more) year old machines. Or you get fantastically lucky and acquire a exact duplicate donor machine.

    Scans from back in the day - though who knows if yours is...
  18. Why 10" P&W tool maker lathes from 100 years ago had so many change gears

    Not something you see often - a legible thread index plate that goes on and on

    PRATT AND WHITNEY LATHE - tools - by owner - sale

    And no, the D type chuck needs some work before it will screw...
  19. Its an old engine lathe. It has a "semi" QC gear...

    Its an old engine lathe. It has a "semi" QC gear box - you can tell by its listing of multiple "stud" gears

    Unlikely any info will turn up - especially "manuals"

    Here is some handy generic...
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    Джека - вы делаете хорошую работу в том, чтобы...

    Джека - вы делаете хорошую работу в том, чтобы заставить нас "янки" понять вас

    :d

    (supposed to be Jeka - you do a good job of making us "yankees" understand you)
  21. And the useful content of my email to OP:

    And the useful content of my email to OP:
  22. Scroll sideways on page two to have another view....

    Scroll sideways on page two to have another view. This is incidentally 1934

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2103/17534.pdf

    ph
  23. R.K. LeBlond is smiling down at you:D

    R.K. LeBlond is smiling down at you:D
  24. So - ever find something to screw on the 3 1/2 -...

    So - ever find something to screw on the 3 1/2 - 4 spindle nose?
  25. 14,500 LB P&W Jig Bore - but cheated a bit in...

    14,500 LB P&W Jig Bore - but cheated a bit in making the 90 degree corner.

    Borrowed the 25 ton ram off the shop press and arranged for it to push against floor while at a slight tilt to "ooch"...
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