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  1. They look like the one on page 52 here as of 1934...

    They look like the one on page 52 here as of 1934

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/1934_cat_94/1934_cat_94.pdf

    have fun
  2. His profile under "about me" says Yuma, AZ

    His profile under "about me" says Yuma, AZ
  3. Thread: help

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    Ralph - here is one of the how to threads on...

    Ralph - here is one of the how to threads on posting photos

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    have fun
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    You can make your own "chart" as to what happens...

    You can make your own "chart" as to what happens FEED wise as related to the list of threads on page 21 in Catalog 94

    I'll start it - you can add to it as you like.

    40 tpi. .025" is...
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    Here is the very neat Cone Motor Drive ...

    Here is the very neat Cone Motor Drive

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    Maybe hendeyman will stop by and fill us in. ...

    Maybe hendeyman will stop by and fill us in. Serial says about late teens

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    "Manual" in case needed ...

    "Manual" in case needed

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/hendey/1920-Hendey-manual.pdf

    My old write up about its lead screw reverse - starts at Post 17

    Hendey lathe "emergency"!
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    I paid $2500 for my 1946 one owner CW16 X 102" 20...

    I paid $2500 for my 1946 one owner CW16 X 102" 20 years ago - the one owner (Houston Power & Light) did not keep it pristine
  9. GOOD LUCK FOLKS. Be nice for the effort to have...

    GOOD LUCK FOLKS. Be nice for the effort to have a continuum. Numerous pieces were made to serve as tooling for line boring head stock on the 3B jig bore (its generous size table, not its vertical...
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    A good plan if B&S 11 tool holders turn out to be...

    A good plan if B&S 11 tool holders turn out to be unobtanium.....

    Have spindle out and have one of these machinist chaps modify the B&S 11 end to maybe NMTB 40
  11. And also this from 1916 Pick a likely...

    And also this from 1916

    Pick a likely looking chapter and digest same - like chapter XIV

    A treatise on milling and milling machines .. : Cincinnati Milling Machine Company : Free Download,...
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    You can see at least SOME dual purpose machining...

    You can see at least SOME dual purpose machining was done on the older QC boxes - page 20 (English) shows a E502 bearing adapter replaced on page 22 (Metric) by a E499 bearing - in Bul. 20 linked to...
  13. Extension sliding bed gap Putnam from around...

    Extension sliding bed gap Putnam from around 1901 on the first one

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    Scan from 1901 Manning, Maxwell and Moore catalog - whose plaque is on this Putnam. They later owned the make
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  14. Here you go - 1952 vintage Log into Facebook...

    Here you go - 1952 vintage

    Log into Facebook

    have fun
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    Take a look at page 41. Yes we know you have no...

    Take a look at page 41. Yes we know you have no QC box - but the info on it for say 20 TPI and .0166 longitudinal feed will also apply to your change gear lathe that is set up to cut 20 tpi - because...
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    Catalog 94 may be helpful - 11" starts on page 18...

    Catalog 94 may be helpful - 11" starts on page 18

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/1934_cat_94/1934_cat_94.pdf

    have fun

    Here is a "How To Run A Lathe" edition more related to the older...
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    "The Mill" Maybe the one that started in 1884...

    "The Mill"

    Maybe the one that started in 1884 - making milling machines. 1897 mill here

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  18. See the push pull knob down near white container...

    See the push pull knob down near white container - that makes this 16 the rarest of rare SBs, a N Series

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  19. "L" type draw back nuts like so. Super easy to...

    "L" type draw back nuts like so. Super easy to see if you have this big ring behind the chuck with those notches for a hook style spanner. IT LOOSENS UP AND AWAY FROM THE OPERATOR POSITION
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    Helix angle is 8.5 degrees at pitch dia. - tool...

    Helix angle is 8.5 degrees at pitch dia. - tool has to clear this - even on your clunky engine lathe:D
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    Chart in manual. May not be exact for 12 since...

    Chart in manual. May not be exact for 12 since it is in a 14 - 16" pub. Way better than nothing to accompany your set of gears

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    This can be emailed if you would like to PM me that...
  22. Date code 5F is 1958. It may have every defect...

    Date code 5F is 1958. It may have every defect one can find in 64 year old equipment - or it may not

    I'll guess it takes NMTB 50 tooling. Easy to tell - the spindle flange with the face keys...
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    Just a number for that particular product. 14...

    Just a number for that particular product. 14 and 16 used M-1696.

    Older products had smaller M numbers

    At the very least, it gave the bean counters an "account number" to charge expenditures...
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    M-1694 is a 12" Model C Lathe

    M-1694 is a 12" Model C Lathe
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    M-1694 is 12" Model C lathe

    M-1694 is 12" Model C lathe
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