Re: [atlas_craftsman] Jacobs chick for tail?
- maybe you mean one with the parallel section shortened,..... yes, probably.
I think all the 0MT are made as "grinder centers", with a place for the dog
driver to clamp on.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, July 07, 2013 1:39 PM
Subject: Re: [atlas_craftsman] Jacobs chick for tail?
> Hi, I think if you go to the home shop supply site you will find an
> article where they talk about how the the 109 use a shortened version of
> the 0MT which is even harder to find. No one seems to know why they did
> this but there are pictures that show the differences and the way each
> fits in the lathe.
> Ed C.
> ---- jerdal@... wrote:
>> NOT so.....
>> The AA / 109 use a 0MT for BOTH headstock and tailstock. Harder to
>> find, but Sherline and Taig have them
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: wa5cab@...
>> To: email@example.com
>> Sent: Sunday, July 07, 2013 9:42 AM
>> Subject: Re: [atlas_craftsman] Jacobs chick for tail?
>> If you are talking about size of arbor to fit the lathe, all Atlas or
>> Craftsman 9", 10" or 12" are 3MT headstock and 2MT tailstock. All Atlas,
>> AA or Craftsman 6" are 2MT headstock and 1MT tailstock.
>> Which arbor size fits the Jacobs chuck depends upon which model of
>> chuck you have. There are around a half dozen different Jacobs Tapers
>> plus seceral thread sizes.
>> In a message dated 07/07/2013 09:02:40 AM Central Daylight Time,
>> mpteleski@... writes:
>> What's the taper I need for a Jacobs chuck? Thanks.
>> Sent through the aether (R-O-R')
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- If you are looking for a chick because you want some tail, you've come
to the wrong site :-)
I admit that I've made the same spelling mistake when referring to a
"soft jaw chuck" which is even more suggestive.