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4442

Re: Mini lathe electronic control repair

Sorry for the belated response. Try either phbrush@... or phbrush@... Graciously, Jim E. Lakewood, Calif. All Hail Rube Goldberg!
Jim E.
Nov 1
#4442
 
4441

Re: Mini lathe electronic control repair

This guy have an email address? Mert ... From: 'Jim E.' jim0000@... [mlathemods] To: mlathemods
mertbaker@...
Oct 11
#4441
 
4440

Re: Mini lathe electronic control repair

I was the one who referred LMS to Pete. Pete did MARVELOUS work on the control for my mini-mill (lotsa back 'n forth emails) and I'd have no hesitancy to send
Jim E.
Oct 10
#4440
 
4439

Re: No Low-High on my Mini Lathe.

Some mini lathe were made without the high/low gears (such as Little Machine Shop's "high torque models"
tedhansen23
Jun 12
#4439
 
4438

No Low-High on my Mini Lathe.

I recently purchaded a 7" x 14" Mini Lathe off ebay, right away I noticed there is no HI-LOW lever on the rear of the Head Stock, one crank handle was missing
six12guitarpicker
Jun 12
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4437

Re: 9x20 carriage play

I'm not aware of any other means to adjust those guides than the screws shown in the parts diagrams. Based on where #817's screws are located, it doesn't seem
W. Smith
Jan 7
#4437
 
4436

Re: 9x20 carriage play

Bill. This is exactly the issue. There is room between part #817 or just 17 is what it is listed in my manual as a slide block. Part 817 fits under the front
julian537
Jan 7
#4436
 
4435

Re: 9x20 carriage play

I have found it to be MUCH MUCH easier to part-off with indexible carbide parting-off bits vs HSS blades. If you are stuck with using blades, such as when you
Corey Renner
Jan 7
#4435
 
4434

Re: 9x20 carriage play

My Jet 9x20 lathe has two hex heads visible on the front top of the apron just outside of the front bed rail. They should be just loosened enough to allow
shadetree35745
Jan 7
#4434
 
4433

Re: 9x20 carriage play

There should be adjusting screws for the saddle underneath for both front and rear bearing adjustment. Tail stock off...apron undone...slide the saddle off
jacob
Jan 7
#4433
 
4432

Re: 9x20 carriage play

There are some adjustable guides that bear on the under surface of the ways at the front and rear of the saddle on the 9x20. If you look at the G4000 online
W. Smith
Jan 7
#4432
 
4431

Re: 9x20 carriage play

Greetings, Why on earth is your carriage lifting at the front when parting? Are you cranked way the heck out with lots of overhang or something? The cutting
Stan Stocker
Jan 7
#4431
 
4430

Re: 9x20 carriage play

The play is not in the compound or cross slide. I can grab the apron on the front of the lathe and it lifts enough to feel it. When parting or cutting, you can
julian537
Jan 7
#4430
 
4429

Re: 9x20 carriage play

I know that the factory clamp that holds the cross-slide allows some play on those lathes, there is an aftermarket replacement available. I don't own one
Corey Renner
Jan 7
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4428

Re: 9x20 carriage play

Where is the play coming from? and is it happening when youre winding the compound/crossslide out past 1/2 way? Is it a loose or cracked apron bearing? the
jacob
Jan 6
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