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What is my Craftsman atlas 101.07400 worth?

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D Hair makes a good point on selling things individually. Bigger items like various Chucks, taper attachments, steady rests, quick change tool posts, and
Jody P
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Jun 22

Interrupted Cuts

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No. But in an earlier post, I told him how to find and quickly modify with a grinder a part to make a temporary T-nut good enough for this milling job if he
wa5cab
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posts
Jun 21

motor pulley ?

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Some have drilled the adaper and put in one or more set screws with soft pads to grip the nose threads.   I have gotten away with reverse threading most of
Jerrold Tiers
14
posts
Jun 21

Humidity and dehumidifying

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Guys, I have extensive experience with waterproofing buildings as I worked for a federal subcontractor that was into architecture and construction. One of the
a_calciu
19
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Jun 20

Shaper vise handle

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I notice that folks are recommending cranked handles for the vice. My 7b came with two handles - a cranked one for the knee and traverse and a straight one for
cliveadams79
7
posts
Jun 19

Atlas 7b shaper

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Awesome. Now I have a new thing to read. Gotta love the instant gratification of the internet. What did we do before that? Andrei
a_calciu
17
posts
Jun 16

3D printed shaper ratchet case.

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On 6/15/2017 9:40 AM, Jerrold Tiers jerdal@sbcglobal.net ... Yes, because I want to try 3D printing one.
Gregg Eshelman
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Jun 15

Atlas 7b shaper question

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Hi steve.  It was actually on the metal shapers yahòo group  Here it is.  If you have problems send me your email address.Matt ...   m_andrews, I was not
m_andrews
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posts
Jun 10

Bearing Question

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Hello all, If you are interested in looking at the modifications that were made to the lathe's counter shaft, I have posted some video. You can find it here:
Joe Hildreth
7
posts
Jun 9

counter shaft bearing question

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Thank you Mr. Downs. When I bought this lathe it was pretty cheap, but not quite complete. I have been scrounging parts for FeeBay, etc to get it together in a
Joe Hildreth
3
posts
Jun 8

I am thinking about buying a shaper

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The shapers i see for sale in my area SW. Michigan go for not more then $ 800.00 I would never pay $ 2,400.00  GP From: "calciu1@hotmail.com
Guenther Paul
7
posts
Jun 2

MOLO in Files Section?

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Thank you Robert for the information. I didn't think about dealing with the upload size to Yahoo.  I'll keep my eye on ebay then. I'll double check to see
Jody
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posts
Jun 2

Test

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OK. I had logged into the Group for another reason and happened to notice that the last post was Carvel's back on 21 May. So just checking to see whether it
wa5cab
12
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May 30

On The Art Of Cutting Metals 1

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The 10F was made from 1938 through 1957. However, as I said earlier, neither Atlas nor Sears ever advertised a flat-back chuck. Their market was mostly
wa5cab
74
posts
May 10

Who Invented High Speed Steel?

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Hi Clive I am happy to report that On The Art Of Cutting Metals is now available world wide. I just checked it on amazon.ca and amazon.co.uk. Thanks for your
Pete Mclaughlin
42
posts
May 4
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