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90715

Re: Spare headstock for tube turning.

There is no grantee that the head bearings/spindle is in the center line of ways; doesn't have to be as the tail stock is adjustable...I would find a chuck
speedoo51
9:14 AM
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90714

Re: Spare headstock for tube turning.

I don't know how big a chuck you actually need but something like the following will let you use a 3" chuck in a 2 MT tail stock. Paul H. Revolving Tailstock
phowell_7
8:36 AM
#90714
 
90713

Re: Spare headstock for tube turning.

It may be, nominally. Although none of the literature that I have seen ever addresses that question. But the problem is that unlike the tailstock, there is
wa5cab
8:24 AM
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90712

Re: Spare headstock for tube turning.

Or a fixed steady ? (This picture just grabbed off the web )
    Carvel Webb
    6:48 AM
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    90711

    Re: Spare headstock for tube turning.

    How would a "headstock" tailstock be better than a tailstock with a bullnose live center? Bruce NJ On Mon, May 4, 2015 at 5:46 AM, jnnw40348@...
    Bruce .
    5:42 AM
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    90710

    Spare headstock for tube turning.

    A long while ago while doing my engineering Apprentice ship I saw a large Lathe Turning rolls for a rolling mill. It had two chucks,A normal headstock chuck
    hb501stem
    2:46 AM
    #90710
     
    90709

    Re: 109.20630

    Thanks for the reply Tom. Your my kinda guy. "What ever is available". I am just trying to get the absolute most out of this Lathe to test my chops. ‎Not
    MATTHEW ANDREWS
    May 3
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    90708

    Re: 109.20630

    Thanks for the reply. This seems exactly what I need. Kind regards for your help. Matt Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the TELUS network. From: 'Paul
    MATTHEW ANDREWS
    May 3
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    90707

    Re: Rather anti-climactic - Good, though...

    è KB said: I turn it on and listen to it purr for a few seconds, still slightly amazed that there are no loud pops, no lights going out... Good Morning,
    Kay Davis
    May 3
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    90706

    Re: 109.20630

    http://www.mcmaster.com/#96455k73/=x0p6sm http://www.mcmaster.com/#compression-springs/=x0p8a1 Try those, if you can’t get them locally (Ace hardware in the
      Paul DeLisle
      May 3
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      90705

      Re: 109.20630

      ... You will have to look at the teeth of all the gears. I bet there is a bit of metal jammed in one. ... If Homeshopsupply.com does not have it, you will have
      Scott Henion
      May 2
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      90704

      Re: 109.20630

      Matt,  Sorry I could not get back sooner, but I do have a couple of  . First loosen all bracket bolts a lot. First use a piece of paper thick like a
      Thomas Powell
      May 2
      #90704
       
      90703

      Re: 109.20630

      Sent from my iPad ... Ask around, measure diameter with drill ,bring notepad and calipers. Spring length by informed Guess. .........BLJHB.
      Jonathan H Bateman
      May 2
      #90703
       
      90702

      109.20630

      Hi I have posted some photos (is there a way to post it right in this post). I am assembling this lathe back together and have run into a snag. The. Spider
      christopher_matthew_andrews
      May 2
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      90701

      Re: Quick change feed gear

      Tom, The 1500 and 1570 are the same except that the 1570 (not 1507) is for retrofitting to a 10" lathe with a 5/8" lead screw. The only difference I can see
      wa5cab
      May 1
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