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  1. Garwood- I made up this little gizmo a few years...

    Garwood- I made up this little gizmo a few years ago when my tool changer humg up and broke the pivot arm that runs off the barrel cam. You guys were very helpful back then and I've not forgotten...
  2. And the OEM never thought about the jackass at...

    And the OEM never thought about the jackass at the tire shop with his impact wrench. Yes a FEW good tire shops use a torque wrench. Ya have not lived until you sat on the side of the road with a...
  3. So you said you pulled the cap off the bottom of...

    So you said you pulled the cap off the bottom of the arm and the spring and the plunger with the taper was all in good shape. IF those plungers do not extend when the arm comes down, there is nothing...
  4. Really weird it does not have power traverse- how...

    Really weird it does not have power traverse- how in the heck to you control the surface finish when feeding by hand? Most late model stuff requires pretty specific finishes to keep gaskets from...
  5. If you don't get any takers, give these guys a...

    If you don't get any takers, give these guys a call- they are in Albany and they have two Monarchs in their shop and purchased some parts from me a few years ago.
    Friction Materials Manufacturing...
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    Yes the screw and nut blocks the carburizing gas...

    Yes the screw and nut blocks the carburizing gas and prevents carbon from migrating into the inside surfaces.

    A screw in a threaded hole will also keep the threads in the part from being hard all...
  7. Yup- those T slots do come in handy. Many...

    Yup- those T slots do come in handy. Many Powerhold chucks have them also. My old CNC lathe had a 10" Powerhold on it and we made an A1-6 adapter plate to bolt on it so we could mount a 2 jaw chuck...
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    Need to know more- your tool nose radius, feed...

    Need to know more- your tool nose radius, feed per rev and your surface speed or part diameter and rpm. From the picture, the feed is too coarse and your SFPM may be too low, but . . . . . .
  9. What does the bottom side of the machine look...

    What does the bottom side of the machine look like? If its sorta square, roll it in on pipe or bar stock. The crane guy should be able to get one end of the machine in the container door. Set that...
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    Not a wire guy, but I suspect its a legacy thing....

    Not a wire guy, but I suspect its a legacy thing. Before CNC controls had multiple work offsets, the only way to handle work offsets and program zero was using G92 or G50 on many Japanese controls.
  11. If you are just honing an occasional bronze...

    If you are just honing an occasional bronze bushing or an aluminuum part, SL mandrels will work. They are diecast pot metal but will last a very long time with only occasional use in soft materials....
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    My guess is its pre 1940 based on the shape of...

    My guess is its pre 1940 based on the shape of the base casting and the coring out of material on the work slide. No picture of the back side, but this machine probably did not have the motor in the...
  13. Yep- the brass screws that retain the magnet...

    Yep- the brass screws that retain the magnet clamps on the flywheel magneto are #14-24.
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    I have an ASR 33 teletype setup with an RS232...

    I have an ASR 33 teletype setup with an RS232 input if you are interested. It was serviced and stored way back when. Its heavy but has the stand with it. Could pop it in a wood box and Fastenal it...
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    What if ya buy a pinion for the current model 5"...

    What if ya buy a pinion for the current model 5" chuck and see if it meshes with your scroll? Might be just a slight design change for their new chucks and it changed the part number. worth a shot-...
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    Bob W- go get those collets! Nuttin wrong with...

    Bob W- go get those collets! Nuttin wrong with them if you have holders, and a few of us do. Suppose if you let a gorilla use them and over tighten the nuts, you could stick a collet, but in using...
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    The AF collets snap into the collet nut and...

    The AF collets snap into the collet nut and that's what extracts them when the nut gets loosened. If you tighten the nut without snapping the collet in place before hand you will have to press the...
  18. FS- New Fine Feed Ratchet Wheel for Morrision Keyseter

    For Sale. Fine feed ratchet wheel for Morrison Keyseaters. The ratchet wheel that controls the feed rate on Morrison Keyseaters feeds the cutter at about .003/.004" per stroke we have found that to...
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    I doubt that's a true ACME thread and more likely...

    I doubt that's a true ACME thread and more likely a bottle thread. They are not the same. try this and see if your sample matches up.

    cap guide for fitting closures on bottles
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    I doubt that's a true ACME thread and more likely...

    I doubt that's a true ACME thread and more likely a bottle thread. They are not the same. try this and see if your sample matches up.

    cap guide for fitting closures on bottles
  21. The 8620 will stay reasonably flat- certainly...

    The 8620 will stay reasonably flat- certainly better than probably .005". The 3/16 holes will most likely shrink slightly. Centerbores of any size will almost always shrink to some extent. If the...
  22. 8620 is pretty stable in heat treat- even more so...

    8620 is pretty stable in heat treat- even more so if you stress relieve / anneal a semi finished part. 4140 is a through hardening steel and not quite as stable as 8620, but again, a pre finish...
  23. Some of what you have shown is somewhat"old...

    Some of what you have shown is somewhat"old technology" but certainly useable.
    Here is a REAL STRONG suggestion- buy this book off of e-bay. It was written when your "haul" was industry standard...
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    Me thinks all you need to do is regrind the...

    Me thinks all you need to do is regrind the leading edge clearance angle and you will be good to go. No special tool holder etc.
  25. the coolant hose way works ok until you index the...

    the coolant hose way works ok until you index the turret. But if ya put a quick disconnect coupling on it and take it off each time, that certainly works. Not sure how big the coolant balls on your...
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