If anyone has an extra carriage lock nut for sale, I would love to hear from you. mine is broken in half and the " toe " ( for lack of a better word ) piecejoebiplane2
I have finally changed the home pictures on the southbendheavy10 group. You may want to visit it . I would again ask for members pictures for future changes.eeengineer1
Thanks Jim! Best regards, -Vern in Kennewick, WA Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S® III mini, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone -------- Original messagen7gtb
This month's lathe is owned by George Burton
This is a 1946 Heavy 10R that I restored about 3 years ago. My Father bought this in the 1950's from Burnett Crystal Ice in Texarkana, TX. This restoration was really a chore: but it turned out quite well
The lower picture shows a 1" by 4 TPI square thread lead screw being cut on a Heavy 10.
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