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    10L collet closer for L00 spindle

    Hello all, thoughts on a collet closer for an L00 spindle please. I am comparing using a handwheel type drawbar unit vs. a dedicated 5C chuck. I don't really want to use the lever type due to the...
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    While some may consider Mr. Luty's opinions and...

    While some may consider Mr. Luty's opinions and beliefs out there,he stood up for them to the point of incarceration. From what I read he did not compromise those beliefs even to fool the parole...
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    that piece looked like it was camouflaged......

    that piece looked like it was camouflaged... great work , I really like that red. (I myself am no fan of gray,aversion from my navy days)I tend to think that the "correct" color is the one you like,...
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    Welcome, more pictures please, from the one you...

    Welcome, more pictures please, from the one you posted it certainly looks like you take pride in your work,nice job. As top heavy as the old girl appears I wonder if extending the iron you have on...
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    I should have realised after looking at the...

    I should have realised after looking at the picture more closely that it had to be something other than a Deckel, just from the position of the motor...Jim
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    Paul, out of curiosity did you click on the link...

    Paul, out of curiosity did you click on the link I sent you on your first post? Jim
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    Hi back, these guys are in Oxnard CA. and may...

    Hi back, these guys are in Oxnard CA. and may still have what you are looking for. I personally have never dealt with them and some of their offerings have been there for a long time....
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    Hi, Jim Kull, contact info available on the...

    Hi, Jim Kull, contact info available on the southbend links sticky, makes almost any metal tag . I have used him for repro plates for my 10L lathe and found him very reasonable and the quality of...
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    Sticky: Hello Charles, you can start a new thread if you...

    Hello Charles, you can start a new thread if you have southbend parts to sell or post in the for sale section of the forum. If you haven't already I would urge you to look through the sticky...
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    Deckel or clone photo

    Hello all, I found this photo on the antique forum an was wondering if the machine in the foreground was a Deckel. It seemed an interesting choice being in a US government installation. Jim
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    If it is not for a hardness tester it could be a...

    If it is not for a hardness tester it could be a tool used in the optical industry to mount lenses for grinding or polishing.
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    Do you have a motor repair/rewind shop in your...

    Do you have a motor repair/rewind shop in your area? I am not sure what the relay is, (I looked at the pictures on the other thread) other than either a potential relay that drops out the start cap,...
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    or you can go really old school281683(colonial...

    or you can go really old school281683(colonial Williamsburg gunsmithing shop)
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    Hi Doc, i've been wondering myself how the lathe...

    Hi Doc, i've been wondering myself how the lathe project is going... Jim
  15. Brad, are you the guy from the 6mmbr site? Have...

    Brad, are you the guy from the 6mmbr site? Have you tried any of the Yahoo Rockwell sites? Also try Lost creek machinery. Good advice from above, clean it up some and you'll have a better idea if...
  16. Welcome to the forum Liz. Don't get put off ,you...

    Welcome to the forum Liz. Don't get put off ,you need a thick skin around some of these guys, but the knowledge base is second to none... Jim
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    machinist and industrial archeologist...

    machinist and industrial archeologist...
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    Hi Rouke, sounds like an interesting project,...

    Hi Rouke, sounds like an interesting project, please post pictures as you go along, I for one always enjoy this type of machine rescue/rehab. Jim
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    Where in Kalifornia are you Ethan? If you are...

    Where in Kalifornia are you Ethan? If you are near Oxnard there is a great guy that has a used equipment and tooling business that I can recommend that could probably help you out. SMS Engineering I...
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    Are they from free range trees grown in humane...

    Are they from free range trees grown in humane conditions?
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    Don't leave those lathes alone together,they'll...

    Don't leave those lathes alone together,they'll mate and who knows what you will end up with... really nice jobs on the various displays you did, did you make those storage drawers also? I think its...
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    Seabees for me.Also early 70's. Keep an eye for a...

    Seabees for me.Also early 70's. Keep an eye for a Rockwell 21-100, not a large footprint,can be disassembled and moved part by part if necessary. A Burke Millrite would be another good choice,...
  23. Try this guy : MCC Electrical supply, 805 642...

    Try this guy : MCC Electrical supply, 805 642 1507, Ernie. No guarantees obviously, but he has helped me out before several times in sourcing older or obsolete control equipment, Jim
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    Pat Black's Hendey was a beauty thats for sure....

    Pat Black's Hendey was a beauty thats for sure. There were other examples that were "japanned" that appealed to my eye, I wish now that I had saved the pictures. Dobermann sort of hit the nail on the...
  25. Brian, the most complex part of the lathe is the...

    Brian, the most complex part of the lathe is the quick-change gearbox, which if I am not mistaken, you don't have. If you are reasonably mechanically inclined and proceed in a systematic manner I...
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