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  1. Tilting head made possible grinding (in two set...

    Tilting head made possible grinding (in two set ups) each side and half the "bottom" (which was in no way critical) of the 3.875 "slot" here when I had to make a clapper box for my 36" Ohio shaper
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    Lump head regal from thirties - or maybe late...

    Lump head regal from thirties - or maybe late twenties?

    Here is something of possible interest on VM dated 1931

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2102/3769.pdf

    have fun
  3. Thread: 71 g lathe

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    Catalog 94 - also on Mr. Well's web page - has...

    Catalog 94 - also on Mr. Well's web page - has the last mention of the 18" in his catalog collection- says the hole thru is a sixteenth larger than the 1 3/8 in the 16"



    Well - if SB had...
  4. Thread: 71 g lathe

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    Sounds like an 18" if 2 5/8 - 6. These 18" were...

    Sounds like an 18" if 2 5/8 - 6. These 18" were discontinued mid nineteen thirties

    71 is listed in this 1923 pocket catalog

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/79JR/cat_79jr.pdf
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    Just So. Especially on chain link fence parts -...

    Just So. Especially on chain link fence parts - like the gate hardware they fabbed up on the spot and hurriedly squirted it on:D
  6. Thread: 71 g lathe

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    What's a 71G? 1" collet South Bends were...

    What's a 71G?


    1" collet South Bends were 1.629 on big end - with .602 taper per foot on diameter - fits THEIR spindle bushings / sleeves and collet holders

    295896
  7. You can also "shoe" or "line" the original...

    You can also "shoe" or "line" the original bearings (they already fit the head stock) similar to what I did to these bronze shifting forks
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    I feel better now. (looking at later and earlier...

    I feel better now. (looking at later and earlier ways to get a 4.04 lead)
    :D

    Did both sets of gears and came up with a ratio of .404 to 1

    And 10 times that is 4.04 lead
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    Probably when you get right down to selecting...

    Probably when you get right down to selecting gears you will have to do some experimenting

    The reason for this is what was scanned and sent to you probably only applies if you had the type of...
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    2.5 MB just emailed Its a PDF, opens with such...

    2.5 MB just emailed

    Its a PDF, opens with such as Adobe Acrobat
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    Early one - see the front vee way inset from...

    Early one - see the front vee way inset from front of bed
  12. Must be older. My National "catalog", which I...

    Must be older. My National "catalog", which I suppose is from the early twenties, only goes down to 2 3/8 - 8 on the 14"

    Any such will need back plates made to fit your spindle. The trouble with...
  13. Only 1/2 thick (the lathe will care less) and you...

    Only 1/2 thick (the lathe will care less) and you would need to fiddle with bore

    Isn't this way better than messing with your friends time?
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  14. Identical to mine - what a treasure You might...

    Identical to mine - what a treasure

    You might notice the spindle TILTS!

    I recently swapped out the vertical for the fine adjust variety - you can dial in .0002

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    Forgot to add -...
  15. So - it runs with what gear? Count teeth and...

    So - it runs with what gear? Count teeth and post that info along with mic OD of its running mate and forum members can tell you about the DIAMETRAL PITCH of your 60 tooth
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    I am not going to say what is acceptable, but I...

    I am not going to say what is acceptable, but I will say this is the main contributor and if less the occurrence of chatter will be less.

    Eight inches out unsupported is way beyond this machine's...
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    Maybe too old for them to respond. Or maybe that...

    Maybe too old for them to respond. Or maybe that person is working from home - without all the handy stuff to refer to
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    I'll assume you are after operation on 230 three...

    I'll assume you are after operation on 230 three phase

    Open connection box on motor

    Some of the dual voltage jobs have NINE wires coming out of the motor

    Tell us if that is the case, and...
  19. So - can anyone comment on GRIT ? is it 120 or...

    So - can anyone comment on GRIT ? is it 120 or 100?

    Never mind - ancient Norton brochure says 120 grit

    N hardness and 100 concentration
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    There is a CAN-DO person! Thanks!

    There is a CAN-DO person! Thanks!
  21. In case not available as a similar pub in the UK,...

    In case not available as a similar pub in the UK, there is also W&S's Turret Lathe Operators Manual - mine is from 1940. Hard bound and over 200 pages
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    Does not sound familiar, Since it was 28 years...

    Does not sound familiar, Since it was 28 years ago I have no way of knowing
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    Probably better than the one I made so long ago...

    Probably better than the one I made so long ago from Hard Maple - which did just fine. Like they have almost zero load on them
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    So - maybe an 8" 3 jaw and a 12" four jaw. All...

    So - maybe an 8" 3 jaw and a 12" four jaw. All we see is a lantern tool post and a iffy live center. Anything else? (besides the not installed T/A)

    You also give no clue as to access - is it in...
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    Stopped being paid to be a machinist in 1972. At...

    Stopped being paid to be a machinist in 1972. At 80 years of age now it is just a fun past time that keeps the gray matter functioning. Here is the old coot standing on his 15,000 lb Jig Bore...
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