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Re: QCTP for 10" Atlas? It became a standard when you made a lathe tool by firing up the forge and hammering one into shape then filing and hardening and some work on the emery wheel.

Curt Wuollet
8:27 PM
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90039

Re: QCTP for 10" Atlas? As mentioned, flipping over the washer, losing the rocker, and using shim washers to raise and lower the tool to center is a good first step. I keep thinking I

jtiers
8:10 PM
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Re: Hardening a spindle shaft Nothing wrong with that.... Sounds like you have very realistic expectations, and are doing it 'cause you like to. I respect that. I do lots of things

jtiers
8:03 PM
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90037

Gear pitch for 10100 MK2 back gears Hi folks, I searched the threads for the answer to my question, and although it was asked before, I never saw an answer. Has anybody found out what they are?

crholt44
11:22 AM
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Re: Hardening a spindle shaft Jerry, I think everyone needs at least one frankenlathe. I have five that I'm restoring abnd this is my first lathe so I'm trying to make it work the very best

dhlh1984
9:22 AM
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Re: Hardening a spindle shaft Scott, Casting a whole new headstock in the future may be a project. At the present I have 2 spare headstocks and will be using one of them for the mod. I can

dhlh1984
8:38 AM
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Re: QCTP for 10" Atlas? On 3/4/2015 11:07 AM, 'Bruce .' freemab222@... [atlas_craftsman] ... Making a T-nut is not difficult: http://shdesigns.org/Craftsman-12x36/tnut.shtml You

Scott Henion
8:23 AM
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Re: QCTP for 10" Atlas? Thanks to both of you. This is a help, but it mainly points out the degree of my ignorance about QCTPs that I don't fully understand this advice. I think I

Bruce .
8:07 AM
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Re: Hardening a spindle shaft On 3/4/2015 5:35 AM, 'David Hair' thehairs@... [atlas_craftsman] ... The 109 was my second lathe. I finally managed to get it to work half decent. I

Scott Henion
6:05 AM
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90031

Re: Hardening a spindle shaft It's a tapered sleeve on the OD, not that much to be done with it to make a larger hole through. Jerry ... From: "Gregg Eshelman g_alan_e@...

jtiers
5:01 AM
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90030

Re: Hardening a spindle shaft Actually, that is NOT MY reason for avoiding the idea. It is perfectly possible to devise a good plan for boring, using either a larger lathe for the job

jtiers
5:00 AM
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90028

Re: Hardening a spindle shaft I'll be turning and grinding the spindle on my 12" craftsman. The 109 is where I started in machining and I love restoring these small machines. That's why I

David Hair
Mar 4
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90027

Re: Hardening a spindle shaft I've bought several large thick bushing to turn and bore to size. the outside will need a minor taper. David Hair

David Hair
Mar 4
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Re: Hardening a spindle shaft I just searched on 1144 stressproof steel property. Table came up at several different places. David Hair ... From: John Duncan johnaduncan@...

David Hair
Mar 4
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Re: Hardening a spindle shaft Since I have 6 109's I intend to use 2 headstocks to bore the third on my best lathe bed using the Gingery method of boring. David Hair ... From: wa5cab@...

David Hair
Mar 4
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