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A friend of mine had what appeared as the same symptoms on his lathe. In his case the motor was dual voltage and was powered by 110V but wired for 220v. Pull
accelo
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Aug 13

Clamp Plate for Tailstock

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I mean a cast iron copy of the original casing that came with my lathe. On Aug 12, 2017 10:49 AM, "Constantinos Fanouriakis takdashark@aol.com
Chris Anderson
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Aug 13

New Atlas owner.

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Don't forget that the manual says that the manual says that there should be a noticable drag when turning the spindle by hand. Be sure that the belts are
wa5cab
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Aug 7

Atlas Craftsman 4x8 band saw

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Andrei, "108" is the Sears manufacturers code for Covel Manufaturing Co. Covel was bought by Atlas. The Atlas built 101.22922 is almost the same machine. The
wa5cab
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Aug 3

Files

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OK. It started working again in the Southern US between about 15:30Z and 16:30Z Robert Downs - Houston wa5cab dot com (Web Store) MVPA 9480 In a message dated
wa5cab
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Jul 10

Profe$$ionally Regrinding Lathe Bed$

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Jerry, "There is hardly any reason to re-grind an Atlas." I agree. This was my major point, which Russ helped reinforce. First, there are a lot of other
charcad2006
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Jul 10

New to this group, and new owner of an old TH54.

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Russel, Welcome. I haven’t read all the replies to your introductory message. Maybe my suggestion is redundant or obviated by others, but: I started lathe
Kurt Bjorling
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Jul 9

Need a new carriage. Will any model do?

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Thanks guys! This helps a lot!!
mattbrandsema
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Jul 2

12x36 Craftsman metal lathe

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The black cover ones with wire bindings are good copies. I had one but can't lay my hands on it at the moment. However, in his other current ad, he says that
wa5cab
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Jun 27

What is my Craftsman atlas 101.07400 worth?

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Hello all sorry it took me a little bit to upload some pictures. I uploaded them in the photos section, I couldn't find a way to attach them to this. They're
janetalia410
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Jun 27

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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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
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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
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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
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Jun 19
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