It's taper pinned on there, it's just a b***h to find. Apparently
they drive in the pin and then file it flush. A good light and a
magnifying glass helps.
--- In southbendlathe@y..., "gorvil" <Gorvil@a...> wrote:
in the leadscrew for my 9" x 4' C and changed out the apron to amachinist
to help me but he could never get around to it. I finally tookTaig
headstock, a DC motor from a treadmill and a dimmer switch with amounted
on the base for the tailstock. I drilled for a tight fit with abit
mounted in the lathe chuck. I cross drilled the 2 x 4 for asetscrew
to keep the leadscrew from turning when I had to rechuck it totake
another pass with the mill. The chuck was clamped to the lathebed
by propping a piece of scrap steel under one of the lathe jaws. Iwant
to start cutting.it
and cut the keyway for the drive gear. Does anyone know how thesays
there should be a pin, but I can't find one.