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    Maybe not - 12 TPI is .08333" lead. Multiplying...

    Maybe not - 12 TPI is .08333" lead. Multiplying that by 38/24 just makes it a larger lead

    19 TPI is but .05263" lead
  2. Ancient B&S literature for Universal grinding...

    Ancient B&S literature for Universal grinding machine shows "work stock" rotated 90 degrees and normal periphery of wheel doing the work
  3. Wow - ball bearing front main

    Wow - ball bearing front main
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    Its so you can accommodate compound gearing -...

    Its so you can accommodate compound gearing - which is invariably TWO PLANES
  5. Maybe Franklin, maybe old enough to have...

    Maybe Franklin, maybe old enough to have ATMOSPHERIC intake valves since the cam is apparently only servicing exhaust
  6. Maybe you need another "X" for 52100:D

    Maybe you need another "X" for 52100:D
  7. Screen Shots works after a fashion. I opened the...

    Screen Shots works after a fashion. I opened the SS in Paint Shop Pro and cropped same. Half Ass, but what you can do on Ebay.

    Naturally, you could do this to all the areas that Ebay will let...
  8. Acme specified thus on the new 3 KVA General...

    Acme specified thus on the new 3 KVA General Purpose Dry Type Three Phase I bought in 2003 - for 1.5 HP four speed - flawless zero issue performance for 16 years. This of course a step down used as...
  9. Scanned (and owned) by me:D 33803 from early...

    Scanned (and owned) by me:D

    33803 from early 1942 and if L type, that spindle nose will be an L1 - readily identified by its 7.5" OD notched draw back nut to left of chuck. Member Walter A sells...
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    Don't neglect the fact that the Delrin has...

    Don't neglect the fact that the Delrin has allowable loads in compression
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    Looks like my 36" Crescent

    Looks like my 36" Crescent
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    You could thoroughly digest some literature as a...

    You could thoroughly digest some literature as a start

    Ancient texts deal with FUNDAMENTALS - which don't change much

    A treatise on milling and milling machines .. : Cincinnati Milling Machine...
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    Extensive posts and photos in this thread on...

    Extensive posts and photos in this thread on fixing a 1904 double end bevel gear (and its bearing) - starts at post #266

    Moving a 12,000 lbs. Lathe
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    And the remaining photos

    And the remaining photos
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    Two posts of photos of fixing a 1914 cross slide...

    Two posts of photos of fixing a 1914 cross slide apron clutch some years back for a member. The two gears have male and female cones that get squozed together when the knob is tightened. Star knobs...
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    Here is what passed for a manual in 1921. ...

    Here is what passed for a manual in 1921.

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2104/6068.pdf
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    Unsticking knobs. Since both are round, a strap...

    Unsticking knobs. Since both are round, a strap wrench may work.

    Or big enough water pump pliers with padding, like old leather belt

    You will have to hang onto the hand wheel or whatever tries...
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    Indeed - before ever taking it apart, get the...

    Indeed - before ever taking it apart, get the pair of apron clutches working and understood.

    Left one (in yellow circle) for long feed, right one for cross feed. Three position lever selects...
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    Lead screw has to come out (of apron) TO THE...

    Lead screw has to come out (of apron) TO THE LEFT. Long beds like this make it interesting - especially when the thing turns out to weigh 200 Lbs

    "Holder uppers" helped me manage it - alone
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    Bigger (and double wall) apron, but shows my way...

    Bigger (and double wall) apron, but shows my way

    Cheap Tools For Working Alone

    I'll dig up the old photos and edit them in here
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    To be a '47, it will have to have a serial ending...

    To be a '47, it will have to have a serial ending with H

    You could still get a 16 standard change in '38 - and probably later too

    Page 7 here
    ...
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    Here is a 9500 Lb 27" swing Lodge & Shipley...

    Here is a 9500 Lb 27" swing Lodge & Shipley showing off its Bronze on Steel (or maybe cast iron) thrust bearing
  23. My oddest one is a "shuttle" block (small hollow...

    My oddest one is a "shuttle" block (small hollow steel cube for fixturing turbine blades with low temp alloy) except they used the stuff to fixture a diamond:D
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    So stick in a 95/100 compound and charge ahead

    So stick in a 95/100 compound and charge ahead
  25. P&W Machine Tool certainly had the wherewithal to...

    P&W Machine Tool certainly had the wherewithal to handle such - considerably earlier they were selling SIXTY ton machines such as here
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