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    Never seen a picture of the Sidney version. ...

    Never seen a picture of the Sidney version.

    -Doug
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    Metric change gears for South Bend 1307

    Alex,

    It does not look like my father is going to reply to this, so I'll post a picture. It is just a splined hub and gears with two small screws to hold it against a shoulder. All made in...
  3. Yup, will send you a PM. Should probably get you...

    Yup, will send you a PM. Should probably get you a sketch with the basic dimensions so that you can verify it is what you are looking for.

    -Doug
  4. Quick change toolholder patented by Elledge and Mann

    I came across this tray (see attached) of small quick change tool holders for the milling machine. No chuck for the holders, alas. Seems to be a similar idea to the Falcon-Kwicklock, but a more...
  5. workhead spindle taper

    #6 Brown & Sharpe.
  6. 1945-46 Brown & Sharpe No.1 Universal grinder #5426

    This will probably be the last post in this thread, insofar as the rebuild is concerned. From here on it is a matter of making adjustments and trying to get the best out of it.

    The last item to...
  7. Hardinge Chucker model HC for sale with tooling

    Quite correct. There are three speed ranges; 125-420, 375-1250, and 1050-3000. I'm listing it for my father and brother; so I wasn't paying very close attention to the details. I have added a...
  8. Hardinge Chucker model HC for sale with tooling

    Hardinge model HC turret/chucker lathe.
    125-1250 rpm [correction: 125-3000rpm, 30Apr18]
    Spindle and feed runs smoothly; can demonstrate under power.
    Includes complete set inch of 5C collets by...
  9. Thank you for the tip. I Googled Kent-Owens (not...

    Thank you for the tip. I Googled Kent-Owens (not familiar with them) and sure enough it does look like the overarm for one of the little production mills 2-20 or 1-8, etc. As such probably not a lot...
  10. Sebastian & May lathe, c1890, needs a new home

    Three more pics. -Doug
  11. Sebastian & May lathe, c1890, needs a new home

    Was at a auto swap meet at Cowtown, NJ and came across a leg thief dismembering a small, helpless lathe. He was not interested in the rest of the corpse, so rather than see it scrapped I gave him...
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    Found another picture of the lathe when it was in...

    Found another picture of the lathe when it was in the basement workshop of our previous home. Photo is c1960-67 and shows the earlier Model A Ford transmission drive. Also pre-variable speed drive to...
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    Our former 1919 Monarch geared head A. Parked out...

    Our former 1919 Monarch geared head A. Parked out in the shed pending it being sold on, September 1982. Morse silent chain drive. As a small child in the early seventies the induction/repulsion motor...
  14. 1945-46 Brown & Sharpe No.1 Universal grinder #5426

    Photos one and two, new belt guards on the work head.

    Third photo, blackening and flatting of the numerous tags in process. Fortunately none of them were seriously beat up, but most had nearly...
  15. 1945-46 Brown & Sharpe No.1 Universal grinder #5426

    The first photo shows the right and left hand end coolant guards fabricated in sheet steel. To create the ‘lip’ cast on the originals, 1/8 welding wire was used to form a bead along the edge. Later...
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    Advert from 1918. We had a cone drive, plain...

    Advert from 1918. We had a cone drive, plain change model A that featured here in another post. -Doug
  17. 1945-46 Brown & Sharpe No.1 Universal grinder #5426

    One of the reasons the prior owner bought #5426 was it had a set of coolant guards for the table, which was lacking on his #5704. While bent pieces of aluminum flashing would suffice, something...
  18. I just went through the list of British...

    I just went through the list of British manufacturers, just in case one of theirs ended up here Stateside, but did not score a visual match. I wouldn't have thought it would be anything exotic, the...
  19. Identification of a horizontal miller arbor support

    Hello All,

    Need some help identifying an arbor support for a small/medium horizontal miller. Came with some odds and ends and is surplus to requirements. I figured I would put it up on eBay, but...
  20. 1945-46 Brown & Sharpe No.1 Universal grinder #5426

    As previously alluded, there was a problem with the automatic cross feed; it didn’t work! The hand wheel and ratchet assembly from #5704 was borrowed and not only did it ratchet with a satisfying...
  21. 1945-46 Brown & Sharpe No.1 Universal grinder #5426

    #5426 came with a coolant pump and eighteen gallon tank (very heavy!) At first the idea was to make a smaller tank that would take up less space, but I think experience with our surface grinder that...
  22. 1945-46 Brown & Sharpe No.1 Universal grinder #5426

    One of the items that got lost along the way was/were the motor pulleys. There was a pulley, but quite large; larger than the pulley on the wheel spindle. The wheel motor is a 3600 rpm, so with that...
  23. If you head over to VintageMachinery.org there is...

    If you head over to VintageMachinery.org there is a 1952 manual & parts list for the TrayTop lathes, republished in 1982 during the Cincinnati Milacron era. It gives tooth counts for the gears in...
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    Indicator faces

    A better comparison view of dish detergent and a Q-tip and a new crystal on the two dial indicators on my Lufkin Ultrascope.

    -Doug
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    c1928 Cincinnati #2M universal miller

    Thanks for the link to the 1926 catalogue; I'd not come across that before.

    I thought that one model pretty much followed another, but according to the catalog there was (in 1926 at least)...
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