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Re: My new lead screw has arrived. [2 Attachments]

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Now that's a good idea!. I like the fact that you can move it plenty of times... I had to cut a keyway in a gokart shaft today but I did it my way that I
shawneliason79
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Apr 19

In Need of Information.

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... With the right platinum cure silicone and hard urethane resin, there's essentially zero shrinkage from master to mold to replica. You can see most of the
Gregg Eshelman
15
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Apr 11

worn bed ways.

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On 04/08/2015 09:54 PM, Russ Kepler russ@kepler-eng.com ... Hand scraping an Atlas bed doesn't make much sense. if you had the bed ground at a reasonable
Jon Elson
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Apr 8

Intro - new lathe

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Dan, The calculated production date is based on the following assumptions: Constant production rate. Strict FIFO (First In, First Out) applied to bearings
wa5cab
5
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Apr 7

The new lead screw quest. Update.

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... From: Gregg Eshelman g_alan_e@YAHOO.COM [atlas_craftsman] To: atlas_craftsman@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, April 02, 2015 4:50 PM Subject: Re:
Glenn N
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Apr 7

(Re)Grinding Chuck's Jaws

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We prolly should chip in and get the poor lad a mouth guard. d -- David Beierl -- dbeierl@attglobal.net
David Beierl
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Apr 2

Grinding Chuck Jaws

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Yes, but I appreciate it, I am a VERY, very, very basic machinist! I assumed I could, to some degree, chuck and rechuck and be OK. Lesson learned. Next lesson?
Whit
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Apr 2

location

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Thank you Walter. I had not been out for a few hours and was concerned that I might have been teleported by aliens - If your computer says your in Mongolia
Roger F. Karl
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Apr 1

help determining year of lathe

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Shawn, Making the usual assumptions (constant production rate, strict FIFO on bearing dates, etc.) yours would have been made in January of 1946. Note that
wa5cab
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Apr 1

New toy!

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Gregg, It is the older version with the dovetail ways. It does not have the quill power feed and the belt guard, which I hope to find someday, and needs to be
Kurt Sierens
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Apr 1

Replacement Lead Screw for my Craftsman 12"

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On 3/25/2015 1:16 PM, 'David Weaver' abigalesdad@comcast.net ... Unless you find a guy who works for drinks and pizza it will be much cheaper to buy a piece of
Gregg Eshelman
21
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Mar 25

Sam's question about "finer resolution" (i.e. "feed") with QCGB

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Kurt, Yes, I had a hunch you might be referring to a post by me earlier. (but wasnt certain) I seen this post/thread indicating a much lower feed rate and
a8050266
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Mar 25

collet chuck attachments for a 10" atlas

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... From: 39bus@comcast.net [atlas_craftsman] To: atlas_craftsman Sent: Wed, Mar 25, 2015
jmartin957
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Mar 25

file access

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Gil. Try signing out explicitly (click the Sign Out or Log Out button near top of screen). Kill the browser. Start over from scratch. That usually fixes
wa5cab
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Mar 25

Can the feed be slowed below .001877 in an Atlas 10F with manual gea

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On 03/24/2015 09:06 PM, mail4sam@gmail.com [atlas_craftsman] ... Yes, this is why the "banjo" or gear bracket has several slots, so you can set up special gear
Jon Elson
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Mar 25
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