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Re: Exploded Parts Diagram

Rick Kruger
 

Thanks.  That is very helpful.  Not exactly the same by any means, but very helpful. 

Rick

On 9/13/2019 8:15 PM, sblatheman via Groups.Io wrote:
http://www.wswells.com/data/parts/1934-Bltn-No19A/album/slides/scan%20(10).html

Ted

On Sep 13, 2019, at 9:54 PM, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:

Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair.  I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings.  Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly?  Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly. 

Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please?  One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal. 

Thanks,

Rick


Re: Exploded Parts Diagram

Rick Kruger
 

Excellent.  Thanks.  That is what I was hoping to find.  I am pleased to see the write-up on the conversion to remove the slop, using two thrust bearings.  That is exactly what I was trying to do.  I also found info in the PDF doc in the files section:

"CONVERTING A SOUTH BEND HEAVY 10 SMALL DIAL CROSSFEED
TO BALL/ROLLER BEARING TO REMOVE AXIAL PLAY"

The ball thrust bearings I found online have a much larger OD, (0.8125"), so I'll be looking for the smaller ones referenced. 

Turns out the threads on "threaded sleeve" (Steve and I have been calling it a bushing, but I knew that wasn't quite right) on Steve's lathe are different - 3/4"-18.  The ID of those threads in the cross slide casting (or saddle - I'm not sure as I don't have that stuff to look at directly) also seems to be larger than the thread specs suggest.  They are 0.731", so the old thrust bearings I have would fit.  If I can find new ones, I'll get and use them. 

Thanks.

Rick

On 9/13/2019 8:11 PM, carbure2003 via Groups.Io wrote:
SB 9A and 10K with large dials have two thrust bearings within the assembly. THe original is no longer available. I found substitutes that are slightly thicker. The part number I have is 
AKL.FT10-HLG#E
 
If I recall, inside diameter is 3/8, external diameter, 0.68" (has to fit in a 3/4-NF16)
when I replaced the bearings, I compensated the thickness by thinning the shoulder on the gear assembly on the screw.
 
Guy Cadrin

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Rick Kruger" <krugerr@...>
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: [SouthBendLathe] Exploded Parts Diagram
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2019 18:54:48 -0700

Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair.  I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings.  Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly?  Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly. 

Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please?  One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal. 

Thanks,

Rick

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Re: Exploded Parts Diagram

sblatheman
 

On Sep 13, 2019, at 9:54 PM, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:

Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair.  I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings.  Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly?  Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly. 

Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please?  One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal. 

Thanks,

Rick


Re: Exploded Parts Diagram

carbure2003
 

SB 9A and 10K with large dials have two thrust bearings within the assembly. THe original is no longer available. I found substitutes that are slightly thicker. The part number I have is 
AKL.FT10-HLG#E
 
If I recall, inside diameter is 3/8, external diameter, 0.68" (has to fit in a 3/4-NF16)
when I replaced the bearings, I compensated the thickness by thinning the shoulder on the gear assembly on the screw.
 
Guy Cadrin


---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Rick Kruger" <krugerr@...>
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: [SouthBendLathe] Exploded Parts Diagram
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2019 18:54:48 -0700

Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair.  I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings.  Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly?  Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly. 

Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please?  One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal. 

Thanks,

Rick



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Re: Exploded Parts Diagram

Rick Kruger
 

Jim,

I looked, but didn't find what I was looking for.  I did download the two that I found about large dials and will examine them in more detail soon.  I believe I have the Army Manual already and will look at it too. 

Not surprised about the lack of documentation on older lathes. 

Thanks,

Rick

On 9/13/2019 8:00 PM, Jim_B via Groups.Io wrote:
Also exploded drawings of Workshop 9” / Light 10 should be there. 
ARMY Lathe Manual. 
Almost no documentation on older lathes. 

-8
Jim B,

On Sep 13, 2019, at 9:54 PM, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:

Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair.  I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings.  Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly?  Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly. 

Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please?  One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal. 

Thanks,

Rick

--
Jim B


Re: Exploded Parts Diagram

Jim_B
 

Also exploded drawings of Workshop 9” / Light 10 should be there. 
ARMY Lathe Manual. 
Almost no documentation on older lathes. 

-8
Jim B,

On Sep 13, 2019, at 9:54 PM, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:

Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair.  I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings.  Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly?  Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly. 

Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please?  One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal. 

Thanks,

Rick

--
Jim B


Re: Exploded Parts Diagram

Jim_B
 

In the files section of this group, and I must admit I have spent no time there, should be several How to’s on installing thrust bearings on 9” Workshop and heavy 10. 
They were on the old group. 
If you cannot find them let me know. 
There should be two thrust bearings. 


-8
Jim B,

On Sep 13, 2019, at 9:54 PM, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:

Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair.  I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings.  Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly?  Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly. 

Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please?  One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal. 

Thanks,

Rick

--
Jim B


Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe - DRO instead!

Steve Yasgur
 

Yeah . . . I’m screwed . . . with any luck . . .




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On Sep 13, 2019, at 8:48 PM, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:

DROs would be nice.  I have DROs on my mills, and now that I have a Monarch 10EE, it has (came to me with) Newall DROs on two axes.  Very sweet.  I never look at the dials for anything but the compound now.  Maybe at a later time. 

Right now, we are just trying to get the cross slide screw repaired.  Whether he uses the dials or a DRO, still requires a functioning feed screw. 

Rick


Exploded Parts Diagram

Rick Kruger
 

Still helping Steve Yaz with his cross slide screw repair.  I have a large dial that came off a SB 9" that appears to have had thrust bearings.  Is there just one set of these bearings per assembly?  Steve's lathe does NOT have any thrust bearings in the dial/screw assembly. 

Can anyone point me to exploded parts diagrams or other drawings showing these cross slide screw assemblies, please?  One such drawing for the more recent 9" lathes and one for his era of 9" would be ideal. 

Thanks,

Rick


Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe - DRO instead!

Rick Kruger
 

DROs would be nice.  I have DROs on my mills, and now that I have a Monarch 10EE, it has (came to me with) Newall DROs on two axes.  Very sweet.  I never look at the dials for anything but the compound now.  Maybe at a later time. 

Right now, we are just trying to get the cross slide screw repaired.  Whether he uses the dials or a DRO, still requires a functioning feed screw. 

Rick


Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe

Steve Yasgur
 

Paul, that length, to be clear is 12-5/8” from the tip of the threaded shaft to the outside edge of the nut securing the handle.  Doesn’t sound like a fit, given the 8 tpi, but Rick and I continue to analyze this.  Thank you for responding.

Yaz





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On Sep 13, 2019, at 10:46 AM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Ho stevan
The length of the screw is ok measuring to the back of the cross feed gear, the dia, is 0.627 with 8 threads per inch. I think the dia. may be to large for you. The dail is 1 1/2 " in dia.. There is also a nut with it
GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 11:57:08 PM EDT, Steve Yasgur <steve@...> wrote:


Okay, Paul.

OAL is 12-5/8”; 10 tip; diameter is 0.435”. (just missed 7/16, I guess.
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On Sep 12, 2019, at 3:49 PM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Steve 
Better yet i will take a picture of the screw i have and write the measurements on the picture 

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 01:08:33 PM EDT, Steve Yasgur <steve@...> wrote:


Paul, Hi.  Steve here. (Rick’s friend)

Is that by any chance a large dial cross slide feed?  Rick has a large dial he could modify, but we’re trying to figure out all the steps necessary so we don’t get 7/8 of the way done and say “Aw, nuts!  Not gonna fit!”  Now, I know no South Bend owner would be caught dead letting those words pass his lips, but . . . just wondering.

Thanks!  (For your response AND the information.

Steve
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On Sep 12, 2019, at 11:44 AM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Rick 
I have a used  cross feed screw for sale that i believe comes from a 10" lathe. It come with a handle, gear and nut it is in excellent shape.

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 12:40:46 PM EDT, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:


Steve,

It would be cool to have a new leadscrew by the time I get there. But, I
see some challenges to getting it made so you can mount a large dial on
it.  I am thinking I need to have my hands on things to do the mods to
get the large dial mods made, but we can figure some other ways to do
it.  I need to do a drawing of the large dial, one way or the other, so
I'll start there.

There are a couple ways to approach the whole project.  A couple/three
things need to happen:

1) new screw and nut made with a long enough shaft on the handle end to
mount the large dial (its mounting base is longer than the threaded
bushing you have):
     a) send your broken screw and the large dial parts to the guy
(Steve?) who makes the screws/nuts (I do agree it would be good to get
both a new screw AND nut) and have him figure out how to mound it and
make the screw accordingly.  Cost could be a major hindrance to that,
even if he'd do it,
    b) send your broken screw to Steve with instructions to make the
screw/gear/nut with a long enough dial side shaft for me to work with to
mate the large dial to it,
    c) me make the screw and nut and either graft your existing gear or
send it out to have the gear cut.  I don't know if I still have contact
info on the guy who made your rack gear.

2) use your existing screw/gear and figure out a way to graft new shaft
to the dial side for mounting of the large dial (or existing small dial).

3) mating the large dial bushing to your saddle.
    a) use an existing long bushing (that I have) that is already
threaded (3/4"-16), but it is quite long (3 1/4") (is shop made, not SB
OEM),
    b) turn threads on the OEM bushing that matches the dial (none
there now) (3/4" OD, 3/8" ID, 0.810" long),
    c) make a new bushing that matches the threaded hole and matches
the dial diameter (if not clear, you will see in the drawings). I think
this is the best option and most likely to succeed.

I need to gin up the drawings and it will become much more clear, I
believe and hope.  Refer to the photos I texted of the large dial
parts.  But, in the immediate, I have to go feed/water Taryn's
chickens.  Back attcha later.

Rick




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Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe - DRO instead!

carbure2003
 

At some point I had Igaging DRO scales on both axis on my 10K. I never  really used the xslide scale as it is less accurate than the dial. THe Z axis is a must. I use it everytime the machine is in use.  It well worth the $70 cdn it cost me at Busy Bee store.
 
scale took less than 30 min.
 
Guy Cadrin


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To: <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Large Dial for Your Lathe - DRO instead!
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2019 15:23:25 -0400

I fretted about backlash and a larger dial until I ran across this idea.  I now have digital readouts on both axes and plan on putting one on the tailstock as well.  You can’t beat Harbor Freight when they run a sale on them for $10 each.  I can send photos of how I did it on my Heavy 10 if anyone is interested.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riHF9NG9GNo

 

 

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Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe - DRO instead!

Ron Goodger
 

I fretted about backlash and a larger dial until I ran across this idea.  I now have digital readouts on both axes and plan on putting one on the tailstock as well.  You can’t beat Harbor Freight when they run a sale on them for $10 each.  I can send photos of how I did it on my Heavy 10 if anyone is interested.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riHF9NG9GNo

 

 

Ron Goodger

 


Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe

Guenther Paul
 

Ho stevan
The length of the screw is ok measuring to the back of the cross feed gear, the dia, is 0.627 with 8 threads per inch. I think the dia. may be to large for you. The dail is 1 1/2 " in dia.. There is also a nut with it
GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 11:57:08 PM EDT, Steve Yasgur <steve@...> wrote:


Okay, Paul.

OAL is 12-5/8”; 10 tip; diameter is 0.435”. (just missed 7/16, I guess.




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Thank you.

On Sep 12, 2019, at 3:49 PM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Steve 
Better yet i will take a picture of the screw i have and write the measurements on the picture 

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 01:08:33 PM EDT, Steve Yasgur <steve@...> wrote:


Paul, Hi.  Steve here. (Rick’s friend)

Is that by any chance a large dial cross slide feed?  Rick has a large dial he could modify, but we’re trying to figure out all the steps necessary so we don’t get 7/8 of the way done and say “Aw, nuts!  Not gonna fit!”  Now, I know no South Bend owner would be caught dead letting those words pass his lips, but . . . just wondering.

Thanks!  (For your response AND the information.

Steve
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Thank you.

On Sep 12, 2019, at 11:44 AM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Rick 
I have a used  cross feed screw for sale that i believe comes from a 10" lathe. It come with a handle, gear and nut it is in excellent shape.

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 12:40:46 PM EDT, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:


Steve,

It would be cool to have a new leadscrew by the time I get there. But, I
see some challenges to getting it made so you can mount a large dial on
it.  I am thinking I need to have my hands on things to do the mods to
get the large dial mods made, but we can figure some other ways to do
it.  I need to do a drawing of the large dial, one way or the other, so
I'll start there.

There are a couple ways to approach the whole project.  A couple/three
things need to happen:

1) new screw and nut made with a long enough shaft on the handle end to
mount the large dial (its mounting base is longer than the threaded
bushing you have):
     a) send your broken screw and the large dial parts to the guy
(Steve?) who makes the screws/nuts (I do agree it would be good to get
both a new screw AND nut) and have him figure out how to mound it and
make the screw accordingly.  Cost could be a major hindrance to that,
even if he'd do it,
    b) send your broken screw to Steve with instructions to make the
screw/gear/nut with a long enough dial side shaft for me to work with to
mate the large dial to it,
    c) me make the screw and nut and either graft your existing gear or
send it out to have the gear cut.  I don't know if I still have contact
info on the guy who made your rack gear.

2) use your existing screw/gear and figure out a way to graft new shaft
to the dial side for mounting of the large dial (or existing small dial).

3) mating the large dial bushing to your saddle.
    a) use an existing long bushing (that I have) that is already
threaded (3/4"-16), but it is quite long (3 1/4") (is shop made, not SB
OEM),
    b) turn threads on the OEM bushing that matches the dial (none
there now) (3/4" OD, 3/8" ID, 0.810" long),
    c) make a new bushing that matches the threaded hole and matches
the dial diameter (if not clear, you will see in the drawings). I think
this is the best option and most likely to succeed.

I need to gin up the drawings and it will become much more clear, I
believe and hope.  Refer to the photos I texted of the large dial
parts.  But, in the immediate, I have to go feed/water Taryn's
chickens.  Back attcha later.

Rick




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Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe

Rick Kruger
 

Thanks.  Also, distance from rear end of screw to gear and length of gear. 

More drawings coming. 

Rick

On 9/12/2019 8:56 PM, Steve Yasgur via Groups.Io wrote:
Okay, Paul.

OAL is 12-5/8”; 10 tip; diameter is 0.435”. (just missed 7/16, I guess.




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3300 Edinborough Way
Edina, MN. 55435
(952) 893-9393

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Thank you.

On Sep 12, 2019, at 3:49 PM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Steve 
Better yet i will take a picture of the screw i have and write the measurements on the picture 

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 01:08:33 PM EDT, Steve Yasgur <steve@...> wrote:


Paul, Hi.  Steve here. (Rick’s friend)

Is that by any chance a large dial cross slide feed?  Rick has a large dial he could modify, but we’re trying to figure out all the steps necessary so we don’t get 7/8 of the way done and say “Aw, nuts!  Not gonna fit!”  Now, I know no South Bend owner would be caught dead letting those words pass his lips, but . . . just wondering.

Thanks!  (For your response AND the information.

Steve
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Edina, MN. 55435
(952) 893-9393
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On Sep 12, 2019, at 11:44 AM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Rick 
I have a used  cross feed screw for sale that i believe comes from a 10" lathe. It come with a handle, gear and nut it is in excellent shape.

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 12:40:46 PM EDT, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:


Steve,

It would be cool to have a new leadscrew by the time I get there. But, I
see some challenges to getting it made so you can mount a large dial on
it.  I am thinking I need to have my hands on things to do the mods to
get the large dial mods made, but we can figure some other ways to do
it.  I need to do a drawing of the large dial, one way or the other, so
I'll start there.

There are a couple ways to approach the whole project.  A couple/three
things need to happen:

1) new screw and nut made with a long enough shaft on the handle end to
mount the large dial (its mounting base is longer than the threaded
bushing you have):
     a) send your broken screw and the large dial parts to the guy
(Steve?) who makes the screws/nuts (I do agree it would be good to get
both a new screw AND nut) and have him figure out how to mound it and
make the screw accordingly.  Cost could be a major hindrance to that,
even if he'd do it,
    b) send your broken screw to Steve with instructions to make the
screw/gear/nut with a long enough dial side shaft for me to work with to
mate the large dial to it,
    c) me make the screw and nut and either graft your existing gear or
send it out to have the gear cut.  I don't know if I still have contact
info on the guy who made your rack gear.

2) use your existing screw/gear and figure out a way to graft new shaft
to the dial side for mounting of the large dial (or existing small dial).

3) mating the large dial bushing to your saddle.
    a) use an existing long bushing (that I have) that is already
threaded (3/4"-16), but it is quite long (3 1/4") (is shop made, not SB
OEM),
    b) turn threads on the OEM bushing that matches the dial (none
there now) (3/4" OD, 3/8" ID, 0.810" long),
    c) make a new bushing that matches the threaded hole and matches
the dial diameter (if not clear, you will see in the drawings). I think
this is the best option and most likely to succeed.

I need to gin up the drawings and it will become much more clear, I
believe and hope.  Refer to the photos I texted of the large dial
parts.  But, in the immediate, I have to go feed/water Taryn's
chickens.  Back attcha later.

Rick




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Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe

Steve Yasgur
 

Okay, Paul.

OAL is 12-5/8”; 10 tip; diameter is 0.435”. (just missed 7/16, I guess.




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3300 Edinborough Way
Edina, MN. 55435
(952) 893-9393

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Thank you.

On Sep 12, 2019, at 3:49 PM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Steve 
Better yet i will take a picture of the screw i have and write the measurements on the picture 

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 01:08:33 PM EDT, Steve Yasgur <steve@...> wrote:


Paul, Hi.  Steve here. (Rick’s friend)

Is that by any chance a large dial cross slide feed?  Rick has a large dial he could modify, but we’re trying to figure out all the steps necessary so we don’t get 7/8 of the way done and say “Aw, nuts!  Not gonna fit!”  Now, I know no South Bend owner would be caught dead letting those words pass his lips, but . . . just wondering.

Thanks!  (For your response AND the information.

Steve
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Stevan S. Yasgur
Suite 550
3300 Edinborough Way
Edina, MN. 55435
(952) 893-9393
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Thank you.

On Sep 12, 2019, at 11:44 AM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Rick 
I have a used  cross feed screw for sale that i believe comes from a 10" lathe. It come with a handle, gear and nut it is in excellent shape.

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 12:40:46 PM EDT, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:


Steve,

It would be cool to have a new leadscrew by the time I get there. But, I
see some challenges to getting it made so you can mount a large dial on
it.  I am thinking I need to have my hands on things to do the mods to
get the large dial mods made, but we can figure some other ways to do
it.  I need to do a drawing of the large dial, one way or the other, so
I'll start there.

There are a couple ways to approach the whole project.  A couple/three
things need to happen:

1) new screw and nut made with a long enough shaft on the handle end to
mount the large dial (its mounting base is longer than the threaded
bushing you have):
     a) send your broken screw and the large dial parts to the guy
(Steve?) who makes the screws/nuts (I do agree it would be good to get
both a new screw AND nut) and have him figure out how to mound it and
make the screw accordingly.  Cost could be a major hindrance to that,
even if he'd do it,
    b) send your broken screw to Steve with instructions to make the
screw/gear/nut with a long enough dial side shaft for me to work with to
mate the large dial to it,
    c) me make the screw and nut and either graft your existing gear or
send it out to have the gear cut.  I don't know if I still have contact
info on the guy who made your rack gear.

2) use your existing screw/gear and figure out a way to graft new shaft
to the dial side for mounting of the large dial (or existing small dial).

3) mating the large dial bushing to your saddle.
    a) use an existing long bushing (that I have) that is already
threaded (3/4"-16), but it is quite long (3 1/4") (is shop made, not SB
OEM),
    b) turn threads on the OEM bushing that matches the dial (none
there now) (3/4" OD, 3/8" ID, 0.810" long),
    c) make a new bushing that matches the threaded hole and matches
the dial diameter (if not clear, you will see in the drawings). I think
this is the best option and most likely to succeed.

I need to gin up the drawings and it will become much more clear, I
believe and hope.  Refer to the photos I texted of the large dial
parts.  But, in the immediate, I have to go feed/water Taryn's
chickens.  Back attcha later.

Rick




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Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe

Guenther Paul
 

Steve 
Better yet i will take a picture of the screw i have and write the measurements on the picture 

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 01:08:33 PM EDT, Steve Yasgur <steve@...> wrote:


Paul, Hi.  Steve here. (Rick’s friend)

Is that by any chance a large dial cross slide feed?  Rick has a large dial he could modify, but we’re trying to figure out all the steps necessary so we don’t get 7/8 of the way done and say “Aw, nuts!  Not gonna fit!”  Now, I know no South Bend owner would be caught dead letting those words pass his lips, but . . . just wondering.

Thanks!  (For your response AND the information.

Steve




Stevan S. Yasgur
Suite 550
3300 Edinborough Way
Edina, MN. 55435
(952) 893-9393

NOTICE: This E-mail (including attachments) is covered by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. §§ 2510-2521, is confidential and may be legally privileged. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any retention, dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. Please reply to the sender that you have received the message in error, then delete it. This email is not, nor shall it be deemed to be, legal advice or counsel, unless the recipient already has an attorney-client relationship with the firm or me. This email does not create an attorney-client relationship. 
Thank you.

On Sep 12, 2019, at 11:44 AM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Rick 
I have a used  cross feed screw for sale that i believe comes from a 10" lathe. It come with a handle, gear and nut it is in excellent shape.

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 12:40:46 PM EDT, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:


Steve,

It would be cool to have a new leadscrew by the time I get there. But, I
see some challenges to getting it made so you can mount a large dial on
it.  I am thinking I need to have my hands on things to do the mods to
get the large dial mods made, but we can figure some other ways to do
it.  I need to do a drawing of the large dial, one way or the other, so
I'll start there.

There are a couple ways to approach the whole project.  A couple/three
things need to happen:

1) new screw and nut made with a long enough shaft on the handle end to
mount the large dial (its mounting base is longer than the threaded
bushing you have):
     a) send your broken screw and the large dial parts to the guy
(Steve?) who makes the screws/nuts (I do agree it would be good to get
both a new screw AND nut) and have him figure out how to mound it and
make the screw accordingly.  Cost could be a major hindrance to that,
even if he'd do it,
    b) send your broken screw to Steve with instructions to make the
screw/gear/nut with a long enough dial side shaft for me to work with to
mate the large dial to it,
    c) me make the screw and nut and either graft your existing gear or
send it out to have the gear cut.  I don't know if I still have contact
info on the guy who made your rack gear.

2) use your existing screw/gear and figure out a way to graft new shaft
to the dial side for mounting of the large dial (or existing small dial).

3) mating the large dial bushing to your saddle.
    a) use an existing long bushing (that I have) that is already
threaded (3/4"-16), but it is quite long (3 1/4") (is shop made, not SB
OEM),
    b) turn threads on the OEM bushing that matches the dial (none
there now) (3/4" OD, 3/8" ID, 0.810" long),
    c) make a new bushing that matches the threaded hole and matches
the dial diameter (if not clear, you will see in the drawings). I think
this is the best option and most likely to succeed.

I need to gin up the drawings and it will become much more clear, I
believe and hope.  Refer to the photos I texted of the large dial
parts.  But, in the immediate, I have to go feed/water Taryn's
chickens.  Back attcha later.

Rick





Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe

Guenther Paul
 

Steve 
Can you give me the length of the screw, the diameter and the threads per inch

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 01:08:33 PM EDT, Steve Yasgur <steve@...> wrote:


Paul, Hi.  Steve here. (Rick’s friend)

Is that by any chance a large dial cross slide feed?  Rick has a large dial he could modify, but we’re trying to figure out all the steps necessary so we don’t get 7/8 of the way done and say “Aw, nuts!  Not gonna fit!”  Now, I know no South Bend owner would be caught dead letting those words pass his lips, but . . . just wondering.

Thanks!  (For your response AND the information.

Steve




Stevan S. Yasgur
Suite 550
3300 Edinborough Way
Edina, MN. 55435
(952) 893-9393

NOTICE: This E-mail (including attachments) is covered by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. §§ 2510-2521, is confidential and may be legally privileged. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any retention, dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. Please reply to the sender that you have received the message in error, then delete it. This email is not, nor shall it be deemed to be, legal advice or counsel, unless the recipient already has an attorney-client relationship with the firm or me. This email does not create an attorney-client relationship. 
Thank you.

On Sep 12, 2019, at 11:44 AM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Rick 
I have a used  cross feed screw for sale that i believe comes from a 10" lathe. It come with a handle, gear and nut it is in excellent shape.

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 12:40:46 PM EDT, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:


Steve,

It would be cool to have a new leadscrew by the time I get there. But, I
see some challenges to getting it made so you can mount a large dial on
it.  I am thinking I need to have my hands on things to do the mods to
get the large dial mods made, but we can figure some other ways to do
it.  I need to do a drawing of the large dial, one way or the other, so
I'll start there.

There are a couple ways to approach the whole project.  A couple/three
things need to happen:

1) new screw and nut made with a long enough shaft on the handle end to
mount the large dial (its mounting base is longer than the threaded
bushing you have):
     a) send your broken screw and the large dial parts to the guy
(Steve?) who makes the screws/nuts (I do agree it would be good to get
both a new screw AND nut) and have him figure out how to mound it and
make the screw accordingly.  Cost could be a major hindrance to that,
even if he'd do it,
    b) send your broken screw to Steve with instructions to make the
screw/gear/nut with a long enough dial side shaft for me to work with to
mate the large dial to it,
    c) me make the screw and nut and either graft your existing gear or
send it out to have the gear cut.  I don't know if I still have contact
info on the guy who made your rack gear.

2) use your existing screw/gear and figure out a way to graft new shaft
to the dial side for mounting of the large dial (or existing small dial).

3) mating the large dial bushing to your saddle.
    a) use an existing long bushing (that I have) that is already
threaded (3/4"-16), but it is quite long (3 1/4") (is shop made, not SB
OEM),
    b) turn threads on the OEM bushing that matches the dial (none
there now) (3/4" OD, 3/8" ID, 0.810" long),
    c) make a new bushing that matches the threaded hole and matches
the dial diameter (if not clear, you will see in the drawings). I think
this is the best option and most likely to succeed.

I need to gin up the drawings and it will become much more clear, I
believe and hope.  Refer to the photos I texted of the large dial
parts.  But, in the immediate, I have to go feed/water Taryn's
chickens.  Back attcha later.

Rick





Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe

Steve Yasgur
 

Paul, Hi.  Steve here. (Rick’s friend)

Is that by any chance a large dial cross slide feed?  Rick has a large dial he could modify, but we’re trying to figure out all the steps necessary so we don’t get 7/8 of the way done and say “Aw, nuts!  Not gonna fit!”  Now, I know no South Bend owner would be caught dead letting those words pass his lips, but . . . just wondering.

Thanks!  (For your response AND the information.

Steve




Stevan S. Yasgur
Suite 550
3300 Edinborough Way
Edina, MN. 55435
(952) 893-9393

NOTICE: This E-mail (including attachments) is covered by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. §§ 2510-2521, is confidential and may be legally privileged. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any retention, dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. Please reply to the sender that you have received the message in error, then delete it. This email is not, nor shall it be deemed to be, legal advice or counsel, unless the recipient already has an attorney-client relationship with the firm or me. This email does not create an attorney-client relationship. 
Thank you.

On Sep 12, 2019, at 11:44 AM, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:

Rick 
I have a used  cross feed screw for sale that i believe comes from a 10" lathe. It come with a handle, gear and nut it is in excellent shape.

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 12:40:46 PM EDT, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:


Steve,

It would be cool to have a new leadscrew by the time I get there. But, I
see some challenges to getting it made so you can mount a large dial on
it.  I am thinking I need to have my hands on things to do the mods to
get the large dial mods made, but we can figure some other ways to do
it.  I need to do a drawing of the large dial, one way or the other, so
I'll start there.

There are a couple ways to approach the whole project.  A couple/three
things need to happen:

1) new screw and nut made with a long enough shaft on the handle end to
mount the large dial (its mounting base is longer than the threaded
bushing you have):
     a) send your broken screw and the large dial parts to the guy
(Steve?) who makes the screws/nuts (I do agree it would be good to get
both a new screw AND nut) and have him figure out how to mound it and
make the screw accordingly.  Cost could be a major hindrance to that,
even if he'd do it,
    b) send your broken screw to Steve with instructions to make the
screw/gear/nut with a long enough dial side shaft for me to work with to
mate the large dial to it,
    c) me make the screw and nut and either graft your existing gear or
send it out to have the gear cut.  I don't know if I still have contact
info on the guy who made your rack gear.

2) use your existing screw/gear and figure out a way to graft new shaft
to the dial side for mounting of the large dial (or existing small dial).

3) mating the large dial bushing to your saddle.
    a) use an existing long bushing (that I have) that is already
threaded (3/4"-16), but it is quite long (3 1/4") (is shop made, not SB
OEM),
    b) turn threads on the OEM bushing that matches the dial (none
there now) (3/4" OD, 3/8" ID, 0.810" long),
    c) make a new bushing that matches the threaded hole and matches
the dial diameter (if not clear, you will see in the drawings). I think
this is the best option and most likely to succeed.

I need to gin up the drawings and it will become much more clear, I
believe and hope.  Refer to the photos I texted of the large dial
parts.  But, in the immediate, I have to go feed/water Taryn's
chickens.  Back attcha later.

Rick





Re: Large Dial for Your Lathe

Guenther Paul
 

Rick 
I have a used  cross feed screw for sale that i believe comes from a 10" lathe. It come with a handle, gear and nut it is in excellent shape.

GP


On Thursday, September 12, 2019, 12:40:46 PM EDT, Rick Kruger <krugerr@...> wrote:


Steve,

It would be cool to have a new leadscrew by the time I get there. But, I
see some challenges to getting it made so you can mount a large dial on
it.  I am thinking I need to have my hands on things to do the mods to
get the large dial mods made, but we can figure some other ways to do
it.  I need to do a drawing of the large dial, one way or the other, so
I'll start there.

There are a couple ways to approach the whole project.  A couple/three
things need to happen:

1) new screw and nut made with a long enough shaft on the handle end to
mount the large dial (its mounting base is longer than the threaded
bushing you have):
     a) send your broken screw and the large dial parts to the guy
(Steve?) who makes the screws/nuts (I do agree it would be good to get
both a new screw AND nut) and have him figure out how to mound it and
make the screw accordingly.  Cost could be a major hindrance to that,
even if he'd do it,
    b) send your broken screw to Steve with instructions to make the
screw/gear/nut with a long enough dial side shaft for me to work with to
mate the large dial to it,
    c) me make the screw and nut and either graft your existing gear or
send it out to have the gear cut.  I don't know if I still have contact
info on the guy who made your rack gear.

2) use your existing screw/gear and figure out a way to graft new shaft
to the dial side for mounting of the large dial (or existing small dial).

3) mating the large dial bushing to your saddle.
    a) use an existing long bushing (that I have) that is already
threaded (3/4"-16), but it is quite long (3 1/4") (is shop made, not SB
OEM),
    b) turn threads on the OEM bushing that matches the dial (none
there now) (3/4" OD, 3/8" ID, 0.810" long),
    c) make a new bushing that matches the threaded hole and matches
the dial diameter (if not clear, you will see in the drawings). I think
this is the best option and most likely to succeed.

I need to gin up the drawings and it will become much more clear, I
believe and hope.  Refer to the photos I texted of the large dial
parts.  But, in the immediate, I have to go feed/water Taryn's
chickens.  Back attcha later.

Rick



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