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Re: Yahoo is shutting down its Groups website and deleting all content

Thomas Tallant
 

Looks like yahoo is shutting down a lot of stuff thanks for the heads up ,

On Sun, Oct 20, 2019 at 7:06 PM Jim_B <jim@...> wrote:
I just ran across this.

https://www.engadget.com/2019/10/16/yahoo-groups-to-shut-down/

Perhaps I should combine the heavy 10 group here.

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Re: 1940 Popular Science

George Burton
 

$212.00 would buy one in 1938 on the installment plan.

Re: Yahoo is shutting down its Groups website and deleting all content

Bill in OKC too
 

I don't see how it could hurt, except that you might need to go for a Premium Group to combine the files and photos and messages into one group. Free groups only have 1GB of total storage. Premium groups have 10GB. There is also a professional group that is $1100/per year for 100GB.

My Metal Shapers group has about 3500 members since the move, and required the Premium group for storage, but we do have room to grow. I'm a member at the Heavy 10 group as well as this one, and some of the info is duplicated, but not all of it. It does look like you need to make the move soon, if you're going to at all.

HTH!

Bill in OKC

On Sunday, October 20, 2019, 9:07:21 PM CDT, Jim_B <jim@...> wrote:


I just ran across this.


Perhaps I should combine the heavy 10 group here.

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Yahoo is shutting down its Groups website and deleting all content

Jim_B
 

I just ran across this.

https://www.engadget.com/2019/10/16/yahoo-groups-to-shut-down/

Perhaps I should combine the heavy 10 group here.

Sent from my iPhone-8
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Re: 1940 Popular Science

EC
 

I saw a similar advertisement in Popular Mechanics for a Southbend lathe starting at $115 and up in the 1940s.

Let’s say that a fully loaded 9 would be around double that price ($230), in today’s dollars that would be $4,027.50.

Not terrible but probably outside the realm of the home hobbyists at the time as the Great Depression (1930-1939) was just ending.

On Oct 20, 2019, at 6:05 PM, bclong7@... wrote:

I was looking at the Google archive of Popular Science Magazine today, and in the September, 1940 issue I found an article titled "The Home Workshop". And on the first page of the article is a man happily un-crating his brand new South Bend Lathe! I happened to notice a 5 digit number (either 97443 or 97993) handwritten on the side of the crate. Sure enough, according to Steve Wells' database, that is a valid serial number for a new 1940 lathe. One wonders if that is a self portrait - and if it indeed shows a real shipping crate for a 1940 lathe....

Bernie



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Re: 1940 Popular Science

RJ White
 

Great picture . And look how clean the guy is, wow.

On Oct 20, 2019, at 3:05 PM, bclong7@... wrote:

I was looking at the Google archive of Popular Science Magazine today, and in the September, 1940 issue I found an article titled "The Home Workshop". And on the first page of the article is a man happily un-crating his brand new South Bend Lathe! I happened to notice a 5 digit number (either 97443 or 97993) handwritten on the side of the crate. Sure enough, according to Steve Wells' database, that is a valid serial number for a new 1940 lathe. One wonders if that is a self portrait - and if it indeed shows a real shipping crate for a 1940 lathe....

Bernie



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Re: 1940 Popular Science

Steven H
 

That shows a lucky guy, don’t think too many people back in the 1940’s would be able to afford a new lathe for their home workshop.

Steve Haskell

On Oct 20, 2019, at 6:05 PM, bclong7@... wrote:

I was looking at the Google archive of Popular Science Magazine today, and in the September, 1940 issue I found an article titled "The Home Workshop". And on the first page of the article is a man happily un-crating his brand new South Bend Lathe! I happened to notice a 5 digit number (either 97443 or 97993) handwritten on the side of the crate. Sure enough, according to Steve Wells' database, that is a valid serial number for a new 1940 lathe. One wonders if that is a self portrait - and if it indeed shows a real shipping crate for a 1940 lathe....

Bernie



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1940 Popular Science

bclong7@...
 

I was looking at the Google archive of Popular Science Magazine today, and in the September, 1940 issue I found an article titled "The Home Workshop".  And on the first page of the article is a man happily un-crating his brand new South Bend Lathe!  I happened to notice a 5 digit number (either 97443 or 97993) handwritten on the side of the crate.  Sure enough, according to Steve Wells' database, that is a valid serial number for a new 1940 lathe.  One wonders if that is a self portrait - and if it indeed shows a real shipping crate for a 1940 lathe....

Bernie



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Re: WTB Heavy 10 tailstock

Roger Bickers
 

On Facebook there a guy named Mike Zinn. He's in Ohio and has a plathora  of parts to sell. Maybe he'll have one?


On Wed, Oct 16, 2019 at 10:25 PM, Bruce via Groups.Io
<maleybr@...> wrote:
I have been working to restore a 1942 South Bend heavy 10 lathe. The tail stock that came with some parts turns out to be a 9 or 10k tail stock. It fits the ways nice but it's about an inch short. So now I am on the hunt for a proper heavy 10 tail stock. Does anyone have a spare they can part with or know of someone who does?
Thanks,
Bruce

Re: Parting out / SB10 CL187Y / 3’ bed

EC
 

Sorry Bruce - Tailstock had been sold.  


On Oct 16, 2019, at 10:31 PM, Bruce via Groups.Io <maleybr@...> wrote:

Ed,
Is the tail stock still available?

Re: Parting out / SB10 CL187Y / 3’ bed

Bruce
 

Ed,
Is the tail stock still available?

WTB Heavy 10 tailstock

Bruce
 

I have been working to restore a 1942 South Bend heavy 10 lathe. The tail stock that came with some parts turns out to be a 9 or 10k tail stock. It fits the ways nice but it's about an inch short. So now I am on the hunt for a proper heavy 10 tail stock. Does anyone have a spare they can part with or know of someone who does?
Thanks,
Bruce

Re: Help & Favor!!!Guenther Paul

Bill in OKC too
 

Yep, looks like he needs to change his password & run some scans on his computer. Saw the same message on a couple of the groups.io sites.

Bill in OKC

On Friday, October 11, 2019, 07:40:05 AM CDT, druid_noibn via Groups.Io <druid_noibn@...> wrote:


This is suspicious....

On Friday, October 11, 2019, 8:37:14 AM EDT, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:


Good Morning 

How are you doing? please i need a favor



GP

Re: Help & Favor!!!Guenther Paul

Jim_B
 

I sent a PM through the group. 
Members please don’t reply directly or your email might be compromised. 

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Jim B,

On Oct 11, 2019, at 9:02 AM, Jim_B <jim@...> wrote:

Looks likely. 

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Jim B,

On Oct 11, 2019, at 8:49 AM, Steven H via Groups.Io <stevesmachining@...> wrote:

His account has most likely been hacked. GP?

Steve Haskell

On Oct 11, 2019, at 8:39 AM, druid_noibn via Groups.Io <druid_noibn@...> wrote:

This is suspicious....

On Friday, October 11, 2019, 8:37:14 AM EDT, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:


Good Morning 

How are you doing? please i need a favor



GP

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Re: Help & Favor!!!Guenther Paul

Jim_B
 

Looks likely. 

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Jim B,

On Oct 11, 2019, at 8:49 AM, Steven H via Groups.Io <stevesmachining@...> wrote:

His account has most likely been hacked. GP?

Steve Haskell

On Oct 11, 2019, at 8:39 AM, druid_noibn via Groups.Io <druid_noibn@...> wrote:

This is suspicious....

On Friday, October 11, 2019, 8:37:14 AM EDT, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:


Good Morning 

How are you doing? please i need a favor



GP

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Re: Help & Favor!!!Guenther Paul

Steven H
 

His account has most likely been hacked. GP?

Steve Haskell

On Oct 11, 2019, at 8:39 AM, druid_noibn via Groups.Io <druid_noibn@...> wrote:

This is suspicious....

On Friday, October 11, 2019, 8:37:14 AM EDT, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:


Good Morning 

How are you doing? please i need a favor



GP

Re: Help & Favor!!!Guenther Paul

druid_noibn
 

This is suspicious....

On Friday, October 11, 2019, 8:37:14 AM EDT, Guenther Paul <paulguenter@...> wrote:


Good Morning 

How are you doing? please i need a favor



GP

Help & Favor!!!Guenther Paul

Guenther Paul
 

Good Morning 

How are you doing? please i need a favor



GP

Re: What is the thread on the other end of a 9a spindle?

benjithestupiddog@...
 

Nice one thanks , I will try and get that added as a custom thread and take it from there.

Had a feeling it wouldn't be a nice common thread already modeled in Fusion.

Re: What is the thread on the other end of a 9a spindle?

jonwoellhaf
 

Mine measures 1-3/8 20. Actually measures slightly under 1.375 inches.
 

From: benjithestupiddog via Groups.Io
Sent: September 28, 2019 11:20
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: [SouthBendLathe] What is the thread on the other end of a 9a spindle?
 
Hi all

As per the title, can anyone conform what the thread is on the back end ( not the 11/2 - 8 end) of a 9a spindle?

I'm not great at measuring imperial threads and I'm trying to design a simple 3d printed indexing wheel.