South bend heavy 10 lathe manual
One of the kenwood th-77a service manual last tasks I needed to accomplish before I could try out the lathe was to lace up a new leather belt. .
This is another gorgeous lathe that just happens to be accurate as can. .
A month of working on the lathe has made it pretty messy.
His recommendation for a stripper was Mr Muscle oven cleaner. .Here were his comments on the ways of my 405 after I sent him some high resolution shots of the ways and bed.I don't know what the new spec is on this, but it doesn't seem excessive. .As luck would have it, a heck of a nice guy gave me some info and suggested that I contact him off-list. .There are no "way wipers" included on the carriage. .Next on the list of projects is a back plate for my new 3-jaw chuck and a turret post tool holder to take the place of the lantern type that the lathe came with and then it is *hopefully* back to the tilt and pan.By the time we got the lathe home, I had decided that it was coming all the way apart before it was run. .
Motors in the USA and 1425.p.m units in the UK).
Light Ten, heavy 10 clones, the Factory, south Bend Home Page 9-inch "Workshop".
I don't think it will come apart any time soon! .
When I arrived, he pulled it out in all its sawdust-covered glory.
Unstrapping the hold-downs for the new/old lathe.More so on the inner ways where the tail and headstock attach, but the outer ways still showed some scraping lines in the area by the headstock that usually sees the most wear. .I used that to measure the hole.This stuff is only mildly abrasive and it takes a lot of rubbing to get the metal to turn silver again. .This chuck is virtually unused. .Hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I enjoyed this journey.(Which I later ended up doing and effectively turned the lathe into a model "B The cross slide that sits atop the carriage has only a single bolt to lock the compound slide (rather than a pair - one to each side) which may.As for the lathe's critical measurements, there is no lateral play in the spindle that I can measure with my Starrett indicator that is graduated in 5/10,000" increments. .Later models had the spindle journal oilers located on the front of the lathe. .The head stock and both bed feet get taped and ready for their new coat of paint.Most used 5" chucks that fit on the South Bend 9" lathes sell for from around 65 to 4 times that. .These (and some versions of the Model R) were completely stripped of all South Bend badges, even to chiselling off letters cast into the bed.3 Morse (0.602" per foot) but with a "gauge line".629" diameter.