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  1. Hardinge Cataract Quickchange lathe for sale

    For those who might be interested there is a Hardinge Cataract Quick Change Lathe for sale in Whitehouse, Ohio USA. The owner has it listed on the Facebook marketplace for that area. Here is a link...
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    Seeing that the hole on the handle goes right...

    Seeing that the hole on the handle goes right through it would not take all that much time to drill a 1/4" hole and then file it square with a square file. It might take a few minutes but easily...
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    Not sure if this helps but check out this short...

    Not sure if this helps but check out this short Youtube video. The engine sitting behind the one running looks exactly like the one you are looking at. Maybe you could contact the videos creator for...
  4. Hydraulically driven Leblond Lathe for sale.

    I'm not posting this as a for sale post more as a post of a unique way of driving an older lathe. I found this lathe for sale on Kijiji up here in Ontario Canada. I was surprised to see that the...
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    Hendey for sale

    A few current pictures would be nice for prospective buyers as well as little more refined location as New York is a mighty big state.
    Best of luck

    Harold
  6. I've been following this thread but have not...

    I've been following this thread but have not jumped in because I did not have anything that I could contribute that would help the OP. I will say that I checked my notes on the register that I have...
  7. Just to confirm the Hardinge Quick change lathes...

    Just to confirm the Hardinge Quick change lathes had a 2MT taper in the tailstock as mentioned in the 1919 catalogue

    Harold
  8. Quite something. Two days ago I saw the same...

    Quite something. Two days ago I saw the same video pushed to me on You-tube. Thought about putting it up here but didn't.
    Thanks Brian for posting it. I was also amazed at how much time was spent...
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    I actually see two walkways. The first one going...

    I actually see two walkways. The first one going at lets say speed x and the second wider one behind going at 2x.
    Looks like you step onto the slower one and then transition to the faster one....
  10. Hardinge Cataract Quickchange lathe for sale

    Some of you know that I collated a list of all the Hardinge Cataract Quick change lathes that were still around. One of these lathes #221 was owned by Wes Loomer in Walton Kentucky. Wes passed away...
  11. Drill press age

    Just a guess but I'd guess it came of the production line on Feb 4 1975 based on the last picture.
  12. Thanks but i managed to get some within 6 months...

    Thanks but i managed to get some within 6 months of posting the request.
    Harold
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    I miss that same capability. It was so much...

    I miss that same capability. It was so much easier to see which posts I had seen before when that feature worked as JP mentioned.
    Harold
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    Video??

    So did you perchance video making those small pieces and if so any chance of putting it on YouTube to see how the machine runs??
    Harold
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    Well not completely sure but they are not cheap....

    Well not completely sure but they are not cheap. Here is a link to a listing for 20ton series.

    Harold
  16. To be honest I'm not sure anymore. Just went out...

    To be honest I'm not sure anymore. Just went out and looked at the dividing head and that item is not there. Here is another picture showing the item. It reminds me of a small pin/awl device that...
  17. I actually no longer have the 10" dividing head...

    I actually no longer have the 10" dividing head as I realized it was to big for my machine. I now have the smaller 7-1/2" dividing head.
    243412
    Harold
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    Keep the drill press, however the chair in pic #5...

    Keep the drill press, however the chair in pic #5 that's another story.:D

    Harold
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    That looks like the bearing block which supports...

    That looks like the bearing block which supports the leadscrew on your lathe. I checked my photos and then went out to check my lathes. I do not remember pulling this bearing assembly out. I just...
  20. Ill send you an email with some info. Harold

    Ill send you an email with some info.
    Harold
  21. Minature shaper available in Toronto, Canada

    Saw this advertisement on our our version of Craigslist, Kijiji. Not affiliated however thought some people might be interested in seeing it. Has little writeup as well on the history of the...
  22. Thanks I enjoyed that look forward to more...

    Thanks I enjoyed that look forward to more episodes.
    Harold
  23. Cataract Lathe #232

    Welcome to the club of Hardinge Cataract QC lathe owners.
    As Larry mentioned I have collated a list of all the owners that we know of these lathes and would love to add you to the list.
    Could you...
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    Antique metal shaper/planer for sale

    While trolling Craigslist came across this Shaper/Planer for sale. No affiliation however looks like they would like to get rid of it sooner than later.
    Brochure picture for reference
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    Check out this post...

    Check out this post. There are links to similiar drill presses made by Barnes.
    Harold
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