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The lathe as a horizontal boring machine II

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Alan , Noted thanks – that is certainly a very respectable run out for the 3 jaw chuck , Thanks for sharing your adventures , Carvel From:
Carvel Webb
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May 20

Using the lathe as a horizontal boring machine.

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Kurt: The most modified item doesn't show in the picture, it's the compound slide and probably the clutch as a close second. I'll post some detail pictures
alan.suttie
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May 18

New to me Craftsman 12"x24" 101.07403

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A quick change gearbox would put a pretty good bump on those prices. It's easy to come down from a higher asking price. Kind of hard to raise the price when
Gregg Eshelman
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May 18

first real lathe 12"

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I've been quite happy with my 3996 (bought new in 1981. When it comes to 3-jaw chucks, performance generally depends upon what you are willing to pay. I got
wa5cab
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May 16

Albrecht Chuck

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They are similarly priced to new Jacobs chucks... actually a bit cheaper here and there.
a_calciu
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May 12

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
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May 10

The Art of Cutting Wood

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The Woodturning section of the MOLO is Section or Part of Chapter 9. In a message dated 05/08/2017 15:33:35 PM Central Daylight Time, ... Robert Downs -
wa5cab
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May 9

QC42 - 10F - Cover hinge pin

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Bill, I don't have dimensions or a drawing (other than the one in the parts manuals) but the hinge pin drawing number is 10-1259. And I have found that you
wa5cab
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May 4

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
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May 4

good deal

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Apparently it was a good deal. Sorry i missed it as I live in Connecticut. Wish there was a way to find out where all the members live. Would be neat to visit
dbaby66@att.net
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May 1

Atlas/Craftsman chucks

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Wow...what's up guenther? No need to be such a downer...or so critical...is there? And not so much lazy as there's work to be done...so when I'm pumping out a
ahiredgun68
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May 1

need lead screw

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There is a difference between worn and worn out. If you are doing precision work get a new one, and probably a different lathe. For most hobby work a used
Bruce Monson
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Apr 30

Headstock bearings

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Thanks again for the reply's. One of the jaws are lose in it track, it has slop side to side. I think that could be it. I have another older A/C lathe
Chris and Judy Zahnle
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Apr 29

Milling Attachment Interchangeable with 6" and 12"

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The 10"/12" one is better, but it too has some short-comings compared to an actual horizontal mill. I have found that for reasonably accurate work, you need
wa5cab
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Apr 14

New Atlas lathe owner

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That's why industrial variable speed motors and servo motors on some CNC machines that are intended to run at slow speeds at least part of the time have
Gregg Eshelman
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Apr 6
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