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    Sheraton: The Twin Disc clutch that you and...

    Sheraton:

    The Twin Disc clutch that you and John Oder posted a drawing of is not the model that is in your lathe. The Clutch in the
    drawing is an MT4 and the clutch on your lathe appears to be a...
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    MRoulin: The Hendey Shaper records are less...

    MRoulin:

    The Hendey Shaper records are less complete than the lathe records, but the remaining records from the 1920s pertain to
    your shaper. It was one of a group of fifteen shapers built from...
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    DSnyder607: For copies of drawings and...

    DSnyder607:

    For copies of drawings and literature, you can contact me directly at: [email protected]
    I charge $25 per hour research time plus a price per drawing, depending on the size. Most...
  4. Amateur Pro: Hendey lathe No. 22085, a 16 x 8...

    Amateur Pro:

    Hendey lathe No. 22085, a 16 x 8 Cone Head model, was completed on Aungust 26, 1919. It was shipped with a Taper Attachment.
    It is considered a 1918 model. The original owner was the...
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    Hartkem: I have seen the Gits Oiler set up...

    Hartkem:

    I have seen the Gits Oiler set up with and without some sort of wicking. On all of my lathes that use this oiling system, I
    have installed a plug of felt to absorb the oil and allow it...
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    DSnyder607: Hendey Lathe No. 5177, a 14 x 6...

    DSnyder607:

    Hendey Lathe No. 5177, a 14 x 6 Cone Head model, was completed on June 4, 1902. It was shipped with a Taper Attachment, and
    an Oil Pan. The original owner was the Vermont Tap and Die...
  7. winch-warrior: Hendey Lat6he No.25286, a 16 x...

    winch-warrior:

    Hendey Lat6he No.25286, a 16 x 10 EBM model was scheduled for completion during
    the second week of May 1924. The Serial Number card for this lathe has been misfiled, so I can't...
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    mjmmkerr: Hendey lathe No.23043, a 12 x 6 Cone...

    mjmmkerr:

    Hendey lathe No.23043, a 12 x 6 Cone Head model, was built on March 23, 1920. The original owner was the Stromberg Motor Devices Company, Chicago, Illinois. At a later date it was sold...
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    Andrewp100: Hendey Lathe No.19373, a 12 x 5...

    Andrewp100:

    Hendey Lathe No.19373, a 12 x 5 Cone Head model, was scheduled for completion during the second week of
    November 1917. It was consigned to Charles Churchill and Company, London,...
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    Jeff Baughman: Hendey lathe No.35168, a 12 x...

    Jeff Baughman:

    Hendey lathe No.35168, a 12 x 30, 12 Speed Geared Head model, was part of a very large order placed during
    the first week of September 1942 and was scheduled for completion during...
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    madam: got your email, but the telephone...

    madam:

    got your email, but the telephone company was having trouble with a cable, so I was unable to reply.

    Hendey lathe No.37674, a 16 x 54, 18 Speed Geared Head model, was ordered on January...
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    Froneck: Depending on the motor pulley size...

    Froneck:

    Depending on the motor pulley size and the clutch pulley size, you have a number of belts to choose from. Here is the official Hendey list for the 12 and 18 speed, 14 inch Geared Head...
  13. Niwot: I still have a few copies of the 1940...

    Niwot:

    I still have a few copies of the 1940 Operator's Manual and the Repair Parts Book that were reproduced by Barber Colman. While various
    drive systems were used, the basic machine remained...
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    Scottiboy5023: Hendey lathe No.22021, a 14 x...

    Scottiboy5023:

    Hendey lathe No.22021, a 14 x 6, Cone Head model, was completed on August 12, 1919 and is considered a 1918 design. It was shipped with
    an Oil Pan, a Taper Attachment and a set of...
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    raven007: All of the gears from C and D...

    raven007:

    All of the gears from C and D through M in the Change Gears and Sector Gears have the same Diametral Pitch.

    Hendeyman
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    tommy1010: Here is the basic information for...

    tommy1010:

    Here is the basic information for cutting the Leadscrew and making the coupling. Assemble the Leadscrew into the Gear Box, just as it
    left the factory. With layout dye, mark out a...
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    Storm670: Very little information has survived...

    Storm670:

    Very little information has survived regarding your lathe, the only thing I can tell you is that it was the last lathe built in December
    1898. The name of the original owner was not...
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    Graystang88: Hendey lathe No.27635, a 14 x 6,...

    Graystang88:

    Hendey lathe No.27635, a 14 x 6, 12 Speed, Geared Head model, was scheduled for completion during the second week of June 1929. It was
    shipped with a Compound rest, an Oil Pan, a set...
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    tommy1010: Your lathe has the old style...

    tommy1010:

    Your lathe has the old style Leadscrew that was used before the changes in the mid-1930s to the two piece Leadscrew. Since you posted the
    size of your lathe, I should be able to give...
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    raven007: It was the normal practice at Hendey...

    raven007:

    It was the normal practice at Hendey to use three different Diametric Pitches for the gears in a Cone Head style Headstock. The Spindle
    Gear, the Intermediate Gear and the Sleeve Gear...
  21. johnoder: At the time the 2B miller was built,...

    johnoder:

    At the time the 2B miller was built, the Spindle Nose had been redesigned to feature slot drive for both Arbors and Face Mills. The screw holes are for retaining the Face Mills on the...
  22. Dr. Hillbilly: At the time your 2B Miller was...

    Dr. Hillbilly:

    At the time your 2B Miller was built, the term "collet" had a different meaning, at least at Hendey. A collet was a reducing sleeve and
    your miller would have come with two of...
  23. Dr. Hillbilly: While it is true that the ten...

    Dr. Hillbilly:

    While it is true that the ten inch Dividing Head was intended to be used on a No.2 Mill, there is absolutely no reason you can't use a
    12 inch D.A. on your No.2. One thing that...
  24. Citxmech: Your statement about the lack of "T"...

    Citxmech:

    Your statement about the lack of "T" slots on the table of the P&W 12B Vertical Miller and Profiler has me a bit confused. Both the
    Single Spindle and the Double Spindle machines use...
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    CooperB: Before I can give you any information...

    CooperB:

    Before I can give you any information about your gears, it will be necessary for you to post the Serial Number. The Serial Number will
    determine the date of manufacture, which will allow...
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