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    BX 90 Goodyear "Matchmakers" on my 700 RPM CW ...

    BX 90 Goodyear "Matchmakers" on my 700 RPM CW

    Picked up as NOS set of four years ago on Ebay no doubt

    I like the "X" style (with NOTCHES) - less power consumed bending them around the sheaves
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    Common sense helps too. If you on purpose set...

    Common sense helps too. If you on purpose set the compound at a low angle in relation to spindle axis it will produce crap threads - every time

    The common sense tells me that if I want to feed...
  3. You have to know thread size - like a #7 is 3/4"...

    You have to know thread size - like a #7 is 3/4"

    You also have to have the "dial" that goes with the tool

    Some pocket data in thumbnail
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    Looks a little like a Monarch part - double dial...

    Looks a little like a Monarch part - double dial and all. Also has clamp screw out front for double dial, and thumbscrew on side for threading stop
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    1901 Manning, Maxwell & Moore shows them with...

    1901 Manning, Maxwell & Moore shows them with steam engine on board:D
  6. Brochure on #1 Universal from 1935 ...

    Brochure on #1 Universal from 1935

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2185/18320.pdf
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    I'd guess heating elements.

    I'd guess heating elements.
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    Well, since the lathe's actual swing is 14 1/2",...

    Well, since the lathe's actual swing is 14 1/2", the center height (from flat way) will be about 7 or 7 1/4

    Private message an email address (with HENDEY SR in subject line) and I'll send a scan...
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    Find a 39 tooth gear - make an indexing set up

    Find a 39 tooth gear - make an indexing set up
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    Try to remember it isn't some old sloppy...

    Try to remember it isn't some old sloppy automobile part. They are put together sloppy so maybe they will last awhile - no precision needed or intended.

    Entirely different in machine tool...
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    2KM has 4.25" overarms. K&T Items listed are for...

    2KM has 4.25" overarms. K&T Items listed are for 5" overarms

    You would need the proper giant casting that the double swivel UNIVERSAL head is mounted on
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    20" is 530 - table only (not including drive)

    20" is 530 - table only (not including drive)
  13. Manual scan from those days if needed. Thanks to...

    Manual scan from those days if needed. Thanks to Greg Menke for hosting this for me

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/hendey/1920-Hendey-manual.pdf

    My old write up on their lead screw...
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    24" ones were 760 Lbs table only

    24" ones were 760 Lbs table only
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    Definitely the milling portion of rack cutting...

    Definitely the milling portion of rack cutting attach. Also came with indexing attach that had a pile of change gears - to effectively control table movement to match circular pitch of rack being...
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    Lot of 35 for 2K, 3K and 4K completed May 1952

    Lot of 35 for 2K, 3K and 4K completed May 1952
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    This bull dozer never pushed any dirt around. ...

    This bull dozer never pushed any dirt around. Its a metal masher, like maybe for forgings

    As far as cable lift - I used to bury chip plies with a D8 cable lift - what a beast - but that was fifty...
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    1962 if the "S" is actually a FIVE I.E., date...

    1962 if the "S" is actually a FIVE

    I.E., date code 5L
  19. At least on older stuff 5" was 3K / 4H and...

    At least on older stuff

    5" was 3K / 4H and 3CK/4CH

    4 1/4" was 2k / 3h and 2CK / 3CH
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    PM an email address (with PIPE in the subject...

    PM an email address (with PIPE in the subject line) - its a little over 1Mb
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    Amazing effort by someone

    Amazing effort by someone
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    The inside is the important dimension - what can...

    The inside is the important dimension - what can pipe FLOW. Even at the Schedule 80 wall thickness, 1/2" pipe is still larger than 1/2" bore - .546
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    Or just put it on a fairly clean bench up against...

    Or just put it on a fairly clean bench up against a stop dog and get after it with a hand or power plane. Make it sort of round later with some aggressive sand paper / rasp
  24. Thread: Help on a 13"

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    So - switch to 10 TPI and 48T final - see is it...

    So - switch to 10 TPI and 48T final - see is it doos .05906" per turn:D

    .100" divided by 1.26984 = .07875"

    .07875 times .75 = .05906"
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    No one bothered to say if the box is OPEN or not....

    No one bothered to say if the box is OPEN or not. The corrugated paper board one in the photo is not - after all - the victim
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