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I have the ramming tool for your lathe to remove the tool from your spindle. 15.00 pluss shipping from west Des Moines Iowa. ..50265. . On Sep 3, 2015 10:01
Kelly Wilson
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Sep 4

Index pin for Atlas 12 x 36 #3991

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... Or skill in avoiding chatter :-/
Paul J. Ste. Marie
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Sep 2

Removing the Headstock - or not?

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... Speaking of finer fine feed, I discovered after a lot of experimentation that the feed rate is not the real issue with getting a smooth finish on this
Paul J. Ste. Marie
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Sep 1

Re: [atlas_craftsman] New file uploaded to atlas_craftsman

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the atlas_craftsman group. File :
atlas_craftsman@yahoogroups.com
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Aug 30

Re: Which model of quick change gear box should I buy? ...

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Thanks everyone for the replies! I very much appreciate it. I will try these suggestions and let you guys know what happens.
mattbrandsema
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Aug 29

Zamak gear wobble/warp - 12" feed drive train

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Geoffrey, I'm not certain but recall your saying that the compound tumbler pivot gear that you have doesn't have the shield for keeping the sliding gear from
wa5cab
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Aug 24

Which model of quick change gear box should I buy?

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I thought of something I will try this weekend. I think I can solve the problem if I put shims behind the half nut assembly.
mattbrandsema
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Aug 20

broke a gear tooth

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I have a 12 tooth square bore gear for that spot. $10 includes shipping to lower 48. Also have one with the hand wheel shaft 9-67, nut and washer $15 includes
Lance Eggleston
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Aug 16

Atlas QC mods (2) - tailstock rack feed

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Anthony and friends, Here are some pictures of the Cowells attachment for the Myford – not as sophisticated as Alan’s or MC’s design but has proved
Carvel Webb
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Aug 15

Backlash

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Tom, Thanks for the kudos. With the exception of the 936...954 and the 10A through 10D, the 101.07300, and most of the early 12", there is I think at least one
wa5cab
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Aug 11

Manual of Operation - ozarkwoodworker

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Thanks Bill I do have scribd and they did have a good copy of the lathe manual. By the way they also have Guy Lautard's Machinist's Bedside Reader volume 1, 2,
Pete Mclaughlin
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Aug 10

12" lathe headstock alignment

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Then your must have had the later shaft installed. Otherwise, there would have been no place for the oil to go. The hole would be coaxial with the hole for
wa5cab
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Aug 9

Suggestion for re-grind in Portland OR.

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Again, Thank you all. I'll probably be in shock when I see a quote, but wouldn't mind taking a look at it. Lost something lately, the feed on the cross slide
gregj888
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Aug 9

Countershaft clutch - anyone fitted one?

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Alan, More photo's of each by section would be wonderful. Since you don't have drawings any feature that is not visible or machining that is unusual would be
David Hair
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Aug 9

Bearing Help!!! Model 101.06242

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Prior to about 1950, you couldn't decypher a Catalog Number into a Model Number so I don't know which model (06241 or 06242) Sears was selling it as but the
wa5cab
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Aug 6
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