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  • Re: Why disassemble a spindle?

    Thanks, Jim. I've had the spindle out of the headstock for quite some time (I did that just before I bought the mill and got sidetracked). I have the lathe

    lrgoodger 13 hours ago
  • Re: Why disassemble a spindle?

    Inside the Headstock, in the two journals, under the spindle, is an oil reservoir and spring loaded oiling felts. The felts serve both to provide oil to the

    eeengineer1 14 hours ago
  • Re: New guy here

    W Welcome to our World.... I am jut finishing up a circa 1944 187-Y i have done several " Workshop" 9" bench models But the cast iron Maiden

    joebiplane2 17 hours ago
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For owners of the SB Heavy 10 Lathes

This month's lathe is owned by George Burton

He states:
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

Thanks George

The lower picture shows a 1" by 4 TPI square thread lead screw being cut on a Heavy 10.

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