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Atlas Drawings

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I would be the 4th, if you have not already counted me, Robert.-Dan From: "wa5cab@cs.com [atlas_craftsman]" To:
Dan Buchanan
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9:32 PM

e-feed screws

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On 6/29/2015 7:31 PM, Art Eckstein art.eckstein@gmail.com ... This is the current group site. https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/E-LeadScrew/ ... This email
Gregg Eshelman
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Jun 29

Atlas 10" pricing advice - Dallas TX

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OK. You're quite correct. Please all disregard my previous about QC42. It took some digging (because I didn't save them) but I finally found Clint's original
wa5cab
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Jun 29

New Member with a 101.07403 12"x30"

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Robert, I've got those dates and serial numbers for you. Serial #: 11610 S (I'm assuming this is the number hand stamped into the way at the tail stock end)
Jody Patterson
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Jun 29

Half Nut setup

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Should hold up OK on feed screw nuts. Aside from a crash, there isn't much that you can do to them other than long time wear. Half nuts, unless you always
wa5cab
10
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Jun 27

Atlas drill press, table rack and piniond

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I posted comments in digest 7046 about a Sears Pressmate drill press table elevator.  This item may be difficult to find or search for on ebay or Sears
RICHARD WIECKOWICZ
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Jun 27

Atlas 6" lathe 10100

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Jacob. Thanks. Yes, your photo was of the rear of the carriage and bed. The rack is on the front. However, no need to take and post another foto. I have
wa5cab
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Jun 24

Lathe Spindle Bore - condition, treatment?

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YES!!!! BOXING GLOVES!!! I wish I had thought of that!! On a serious note.. What you just said about speculation is the best statement for this
shawneliason79
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Jun 23

change gear set up on Atlas 10F

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They are both the same editions, first printed around 1939. One Supplement version was printed for the Atlas 10F and one for the Craftsman 101.07362,
wa5cab
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Jun 19

Break point in my leadscrew

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David, If you can't conveniently get at the 5/8" and 1/2" diameter parts to measure, just measure the length that is 3/4" dia. In a message dated 06/17/2015
wa5cab
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Jun 17

Machinist gloves?

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Did this poor fellow die?
schillingtrain
14
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Jun 15

Where to buy quick change tool post

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Thanks for the advice everyone. I ended up on eBay getting a Bostar AXA wedge type tool post. It looks like it'll do the trick. I can't tell for sure, but I'll
schillingtrain
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Jun 14

12" lathe headstock alignment

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The holes in the QCGB that the selector levers locating pins go in are through holes and are in line with every gear... you just need an oiler with a small
speedoo51
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Jun 8

Feed Screw: bearing, and woodruff key

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"The only reasonable excuse for a crash is . . . . . " Or the domestic manager arriving with tea and biscuits :>) ? Point taken , Carvel From:
Carvel Webb
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Jun 7

Babbitt Bearings

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Charley, I'm not Robert, but ---- A Brit-born friend (1928 I think) who died recently worked in a machine shop late in WW-II. Besides the old British iron they
anthrhodes
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Jun 5
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