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    One of several how-to threads on posting photos ...

    One of several how-to threads on posting photos

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    have fun
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    Quite a list here - see if anything matches up ...

    Quite a list here - see if anything matches up

    Monarch Machine Tool Co. - Publication Reprints | VintageMachinery.org

    have fun

    Model A and on up here
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    One of several how-to threads on posting photos ...

    One of several how-to threads on posting photos

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    If a turret lathe AND a PW,...
  4. For what its worth department I revised George...

    For what its worth department

    I revised George B. Grant's numbers for 10 teeth to suit nine teeth in his book A Treatise On Gear Wheels on page 29

    I made no effort to state minor dia (which is...
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    Ring oiled bearings in my experience have no...

    Ring oiled bearings in my experience have no felts or wicks - a great example being my 10 HP 1917 Westinghouse 865 RPM three phase motor, and even more obvious is any plain bearing taper journal...
  6. Here is a 6 tooth 12 DP I had hobbed for the...

    Here is a 6 tooth 12 DP I had hobbed for the Lockheed project long ago - had a box full done. They are getting on down there for being "pointy"

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    LAC part number 32033A from 90 years back
  7. Good luck on the right profile for only 9 teeth. ...

    Good luck on the right profile for only 9 teeth. Sounds like a hob job since no milling cutters ("gear cutters") do that few teeth
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    1960 per serial book

    1960 per serial book
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    You could read about the lead screw reverse in...

    You could read about the lead screw reverse in the link above in Post #2 - and which is worked by the lever on extreme right of apron
  10. 8239 is Cincinnati number for the 12" "pinion"

    8239 is Cincinnati number for the 12" "pinion"
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    Early twenties Here is manual - thanks to Greg...

    Early twenties

    Here is manual - thanks to Greg Menke

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

    Here is my old write-up on their lead screw reverse - Starts at...
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    Whitcomb Blaisdell says 24 with 6 foot table and...

    Whitcomb Blaisdell says 24 with 6 foot table and box bed was 6600 in 1920 catalog. Had 9 foot 7 inch bed

    These had the drive on both sides and they referred to these as Second Belt Planers
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    You can tell by lack of "cap" on front bearing...

    You can tell by lack of "cap" on front bearing and the presence of the bolt on cover behind chuck that though threaded spindle, it is not plain bearing

    Thanks to Greg, we have this from 1940...
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    Yep - item 1100. These would be Bronze and are a...

    Yep - item 1100. These would be Bronze and are a fairly simple machine shop job. If mine I would have these out, measure them up and proceed to replace them from such as C954 Aluminum Bronze - or...
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    You could see if you do any good adjusting it. ...

    You could see if you do any good adjusting it. The "A" was made for years and years - yours may be later than what this page is telling you

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    40586 is from 70 years ago - you can likely...
  16. Here are some photos of mine - taken a little...

    Here are some photos of mine - taken a little over 20 or so years ago

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    There were M, N and NN I'd guess "too new" to...

    There were M, N and NN

    I'd guess "too new" to stick to old designations, but My guess is that it is based on the N - which was commonly offered in the 27" size

    The big ones go back at least to...
  18. Especially if one refers to the P&W - the "top"...

    Especially if one refers to the P&W - the "top" or "dust cover" is a very classy gear box

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    Another oddity in the collection is similar to a...

    Another oddity in the collection is similar to a compound rest on a lathe, but fits on top of tripod under transit. Maybe this does things similar to the "gizmo"
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    Jig transit in case not seen before. I'll...

    Jig transit in case not seen before. I'll suppose gizmo on business end is able to shift line of sight?

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    Had one, never operational due to busted head...

    Had one, never operational due to busted head stock gears - gave it away to the down town BMW place where it finally was scrapped. This had to have been at least 25 years ago

    The brochure I have...
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    I'll refer you again to making your own thread on...

    I'll refer you again to making your own thread on your shaper

    Hendey 12 " Shaper questions

    See post 23 there
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    Does it look like you could get 14 feet between...

    Does it look like you could get 14 feet between the columns? - do you think it would fit thru that door if it was?

    You more or less added 36 to your title.

    If applicable, that is how wide the...
  24. Looks a little more centered here 324688 ...

    Looks a little more centered here

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    And more so here

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  25. Looks like a "B", which is about as modern as...

    Looks like a "B", which is about as modern as they get. Takes dedicated P&W collets, has no draw bar

    This one still has the "end measures" rig which means all locating is via gauge rods and what...
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