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New guys as well with questions

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On 04/25/2015 05:17 AM, Gregg Eshelman g_alan_e@YAHOO.COM ... Once you have a lathe, all sorts of "to a guy with a hammer, everything looks like a nail"
Jon Elson
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2:10 PM

pictures

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Thanks for the reply. This lathe will be the guinea pig to test out my chops and get the basics of how the machine works as well some basic machining skill.
christopher_matthew_andrews
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1:19 PM

Where to find tool slide 618

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http://www.searspartsdirect.com/craftsman-lathe-parts/model-10121400/0247/0728000/00040876/00001.html is this what you need if you have this one
brokenwrench1 .
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Apr 23

New Guy

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Unfortunately, neither one. The part number of the main housing casting and finished part is L6-1001. This is probably cast in somewhere but it must be on
wa5cab
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Apr 23

My new lead screw has arrived.

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I haven't been following this thread closely, so I can't remember whether the slot on the lead screw was going to be cut on a horizontal or a vertical mill.
Richard Marchi
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Apr 19

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
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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
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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
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