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  1. Click on my user name (which is upper left) and...

    Click on my user name (which is upper left) and proceed along with a message - including an email address :D
  2. Finally got around to scanning the 12 B brochure....

    Finally got around to scanning the 12 B brochure. All these were built circa 42 to '47 at the new West Hartford plant on New Park Ave as a ww2 stop gap. They were essentially an improved version of...
  3. In the 20" the reverse gear ( G10-20-59 ) is...

    In the 20" the reverse gear ( G10-20-59 ) is OUTSIDE rear of head stock. Forward gear is inside underneath spindle

    Scan from Parts book

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  4. Did this in ancient copy of Paint shop pro. Had...

    Did this in ancient copy of Paint shop pro. Had to make the "picture" a jpg first. Text would NOT be a "live" link, so you will need to instruct them in what to do with what appears to be a link -...
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    Its a Heavy Duty - here is a Service Manual type...

    Its a Heavy Duty - here is a Service Manual type pub

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2102/24364.pdf

    have fun

    See page 13. It has a TELESCOPIC cross slide screw that you do not disconnect
  6. K&Ts version of the 30 (as used in 2D) came later...

    K&Ts version of the 30 (as used in 2D) came later

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  7. Here is about the 1919 catalog ...

    Here is about the 1919 catalog

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/kt/kt-milwaukee-catalogue19-circa1917-port.pdf

    Thanks to Greg Menke for hosting this for me
  8. They were at lot 1500 in August of 1929 - with 27...

    They were at lot 1500 in August of 1929 - with 27 years behind them
  9. No, it has to have been nearly twenty years. Its...

    No, it has to have been nearly twenty years. Its not like it was a big deal. With string type you go round and round until it looks good - but then maybe that is why it needs to be done again :D
  10. The oil level only needs to be lower than the...

    The oil level only needs to be lower than the bottoms of the shifter shafts - to keep it from coming out

    I'll bring the tool in and shoot some photos - may not be pin type - may be milled "lugs"...
  11. Before any packing you will need to make the pin...

    Before any packing you will need to make the pin type face spanners in the two sizes required - so you can have a means of removing and installing the packing nuts
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    Normally the bevel gear or its mate is worked by...

    Normally the bevel gear or its mate is worked by the three position lever below half nut lever. Don't know if Springfield used that idea or not

    The "jumping" would suggest to me that the shifting...
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    The normal UNIVERSAL set up will be able to drive...

    The normal UNIVERSAL set up will be able to drive the spindle with whatever tooling bolts/attaches to that spindle or hold the spindle still and rotate only a dog driver on work between two dead...
  14. I am very likely wrong, but since my '68 had no...

    I am very likely wrong, but since my '68 had no "in and out feed" I assume none had

    As far as the KNEE up and down - later ones were available with electric motor assist - but only as a rapid:D
    ...
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    Its a removable block gap bed - probably why it...

    Its a removable block gap bed - probably why it has "wrong hand" carriage

    FF - any lettering on doors on the cabinet legs?
  16. Look at compounding above in Post #3 - typical...

    Look at compounding above in Post #3 - typical gearing for metric threading is like 100 and 127 teeth

    A less exact approximation is like 63 and 80

    The compounding pair are normally fastened...
  17. They are out there - not a lot, but some. This...

    They are out there - not a lot, but some. This requires some work to make the D1-5" back plate fit the chuck. From the price, I would assume this is Chinese

    8" 3-Jaw D1-5 Cam-Lock Lathe Chucks ...
  18. Here is a paragraph from the above linked pub in...

    Here is a paragraph from the above linked pub in Post #3 that describes the quick change gear box

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  19. One in LP Michigan and a few photos ...

    One in LP Michigan and a few photos

    https://grandrapids.craigslist.org/tls/d/shelbyville-16-walcott-lathe/7369921547.html

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  20. One in Rhode Island and its photo ...

    One in Rhode Island and its photo

    https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/tls/d/bellingham-walcott-lathe/7381319572.html

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    Glad to do it!

    Glad to do it!
  22. WE can help with good photos of the end gearing...

    WE can help with good photos of the end gearing AND the pitch of the lead screw

    Here is some generic helpfulness

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    Here is the generic COMPOUNDING

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    Here is a rather plain (no "riser blocks") 24" Le...

    Here is a rather plain (no "riser blocks") 24" Le Blond from those days. (teens or earlier)

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    (thanks to my desktop PC)

    Have the 1911 catalog scanned if you would like...
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    If you have 16 by sixteenths that adds up to an...

    If you have 16 by sixteenths that adds up to an INCH right? :D
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    The 7.125 degrees (or 7 deg, 7 mins & 30 seconds)...

    The 7.125 degrees (or 7 deg, 7 mins & 30 seconds) is half the included angle - for 3.0" taper per foot on dia - such as the D type spindle nose
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