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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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. 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...
  10. 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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    raven007: Hendey Lathe No.7442, a 14 x 6, Cone...

    raven007:

    Hendey Lathe No.7442, a 14 x 6, Cone Head model, was completed on August 24, 1905. It was shipped with a Taper Attachment, an Oil Pan, a
    New Style Gear Box and a Counter Shaft. The...
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    Dr. Hillbilly: Regarding the Milling Machine...

    Dr. Hillbilly:

    Regarding the Milling Machine Spindle, it is very similar in design to the Lathe Spindle, but there are a least two differences that you
    need to keep in mind. The length of a given...
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    Dr. Hillbilly: I think that I answered a few...

    Dr. Hillbilly:

    I think that I answered a few of your questions in a PM, but it is possible that I am thinking of someone else. Since your questions are
    typical of the questions I get regarding...
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    Bravotroop: Congratulations! You are the proud...

    Bravotroop:

    Congratulations! You are the proud owner of a Hendey Jr. lathe. Introduced in 1922 and manufactured until 1929, it was intended for light
    manufacturing and trade school use. Both the...
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    Froneck: The Serial Number Card for Hendey...

    Froneck:

    The Serial Number Card for Hendey lathe No.30265 was misfiled at Aable Machine years ago, so I can't tell you the name of the original
    owner. I can tell you that it was scheduled for...
  17. Thread: Hendey 12x5

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    Vance66: Hendey lathe No.23414, a 12 x 5 Cone...

    Vance66:

    Hendey lathe No.23414, a 12 x 5 Cone Head model, was built on June 25, 1920 and is considered a 1918 design model. It was shipped with
    a Taper Attachment and a set of No.2 Collets. The...
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    cncFireman: This is a standard 24 inch Hendey...

    cncFireman:

    This is a standard 24 inch Hendey Friction Shaper built between 1894 and 1916. It is shown with the motor bracket. For a better
    understanding of how the motor and countershaft were...
  19. lapoole: The Serial Number Card for Hendey...

    lapoole:

    The Serial Number Card for Hendey lathe No. 29837 was misfiled at Aable Machine Tool more than thirty years ago, so I can't give you the
    history of your lathe. I can tell you that it was...
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    Dr. HillBilly: Hendey made the No. 2 Miller in...

    Dr. HillBilly:

    Hendey made the No. 2 Miller in two styles, Plain and Universal. They were built from 1900 until 1929, with the last of the inventory being sold off in 1930. Over the years, as...
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    Temple2426: Welcome to the Forum. The...

    Temple2426:

    Welcome to the Forum.

    The LEMPCO (Lake Erie Metal Products Company) Model TKG48 Crankshaft Regrinder appears to have been introducted circa 1950. It was made
    in two sizes, 42...
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    Greg Menke: Hendey started to design their...

    Greg Menke:

    Hendey started to design their first Geared Head model in 1905, it was shop tested during 1906 and went into production in 1907. Like the
    Quick Change Gear Box and the Compound Gear...
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    johnoder: The extra "T" slot on the left hand...

    johnoder:

    The extra "T" slot on the left hand side of the carriage is for the Full Swing Tool Post. This was handy when turning flywheels and other
    full capacity items. The twenty-four inch lathe...
  24. Thread: Hendey 14x8

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    M.B. Naegle: When purchasing replacement...

    M.B. Naegle:

    When purchasing replacement Chucks, Backing Plates and face Plates for you Hendey, keep in mind that the Spindle Thread Size listed in
    the catalogs is Nominal Size only. It was...
  25. Thread: Hendey 14x8

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    Myrmidon: Hendey Lathe No. 28312, a 14 x 8...

    Myrmidon:

    Hendey Lathe No. 28312, a 14 x 8 Cone Head model, was completed on September 10, 1937. It was shipped with a Compound Rest, a Taper
    Attachment and two Chuck Plates. The original owner...
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