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  1. No, it didn't! This is a different address I...

    No, it didn't! This is a different address I have, which is more reliable: [email protected]
    Thank you!
    Ian
  2. Clive, can you pm me so ee can make direct...

    Clive, can you pm me so ee can make direct contact? I'd really like the guide you mentioned.. thanks. Ian
  3. Thanks, so I'm guessing late 30s? As for lifting,...

    Thanks, so I'm guessing late 30s? As for lifting, I'm good. My engine crane easily lifts the whole lathe at full reach! I'll try running her first to check all is good.
    Faults forvfar are the...
  4. It's machine no. 1014. I wonder what year it is?...

    It's machine no. 1014. I wonder what year it is? I'll try the reverse clutch first. I'm also missing the shaft and small gears that link the feed reverse shaft to the shaft entering the headstock....
  5. Hi Clive. I've now got the brochure, but I still...

    Hi Clive. I've now got the brochure, but I still have no option to pm anyone. I've takenmphotos to add, but can't do that either. I'd really appreciate those instructions! Can you pm me?
    Ian
  6. I've tried this and can't see any option to send...

    I've tried this and can't see any option to send a message.
  7. I'd be very grateful of that brochure, although...

    I'd be very grateful of that brochure, although I've no idea how to do a p.m.....
    Ian
  8. Thank you both. I'd found the diagram and have...

    Thank you both. I'd found the diagram and have seen some threads, but nothing specifically about any tricks, issues or the location for the fasteners.
    The headstock seems broadly similar, although...
  9. I too have just collected a b type 12x30. It has...

    I too have just collected a b type 12x30. It has sat in the uk in a barn for 30yrs, untouched. I've not yet run it, but I know the single tooth dogclutches need sorting as it jumps out. I'll be...
  10. Thread: Cva mk1 help!

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    Well, I eventually found a guy in the UK who has...

    Well, I eventually found a guy in the UK who has loads of cva lathes, some for spares. He has all sorts of stuff. Anyhow, I've now bought everything I need from him at a good price. For future...
  11. Thread: Cva mk1 help!

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    Cal. Thank you for that information. I now have...

    Cal. Thank you for that information. I now have two cvs contacts in the uk and possibly a third thanks to you.
    Thermite. Although I think I can make a suitable helical, I know it'll never be as good...
  12. Thread: Cva mk1 help!

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    Bll230. Thank you for the information. I was...

    Bll230. Thank you for the information. I was aware of the involute cutter designations, but unsure of how you knew the tooth jumber!
    Thermite. I've emailed you what I know! It is indeed the part...
  13. Thread: Cva mk1 help!

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    Again, thank you. I'll remove the gear and hope...

    Again, thank you. I'll remove the gear and hope Thermite has it. I have a B&S universal light with its original accessories, including the gears. I think I can calculate which gears I need, but will...
  14. Thread: Cva mk1 help!

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    Wow! This would be amazing. I will be stripping...

    Wow! This would be amazing. I will be stripping the headstock in the not too distant future to remove the gear. The headstock only contains five gears in total. On the spindle nose side (right) the...
  15. Thread: Cva mk1 help!

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    Thank you for your fast and helpful reply. I have...

    Thank you for your fast and helpful reply. I have emailed monarch. My gears look as you describe. Am I to assume 14.5 degree pressure angle? Are you uk based? Thanks for the offer to make one. Would...
  16. Thread: Cva mk1 help!

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    Cva mk1 help!

    Hi all. I have a 1949 cva mk1. It's a direct copy of a round dial 10ee, except for the motor and drive arrangement. The lathe was bought part restored and is not nearly complete, but running it...
  17. Thread: Schaublin 120VM

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    Schaublin 120VM

    How much does a 120VM typically cost? Good lathe, some chucks and collets, no steadies, no gears. I'm considering one, but I'm not sure on value in uk. It seems in good running order. Clean, original...
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    I'm aware this thread is a year old, but I own a...

    I'm aware this thread is a year old, but I own a very similar universal light. Same model, no rapids, everything powered from one motor. I own two copies of the practical treatise book, plus have a...
  19. Thank you for this. I'll keep it if that's ok. A...

    Thank you for this. I'll keep it if that's ok. A bit heavy to post home.
  20. The Cinci No 2 will have a clutch. I own a 2MI,...

    The Cinci No 2 will have a clutch. I own a 2MI, which is a lovely machine. Quiet, smooth, accurate, rigid, easy to use. You are very unlikely to regret buying a cincinnati. The dial type should be...
  21. Brown and Sharpe No.2 Universal light type mill.

    Hi all. I have machine no. 6992. It's all there and working with a good number of accessories. Any idea what year the mill was made? It's 30s or 40s, but it would be good to know more precisely.
  22. I can confirm there is no rapid traverse on this...

    I can confirm there is no rapid traverse on this machine. It was made late 30s, I believe.
  23. Hi Dave. I am now the owner of this exact...

    Hi Dave. I am now the owner of this exact machine. Did you ever buy it? I've rebuilt the head, rewound the motor, released the stuck table, am halfway through cleaning it. I've nearly finished...
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    My SAG 14 cuts both metric and imperial on the...

    My SAG 14 cuts both metric and imperial on the standard gearbox. It's "natural" threading is imperial, due to the 3/8 leadscrew pitch. The standard banjo gears are 20:80 with any idler between.I...
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