Date   

Re: D1-4 chuck setup

comstock_friend
 

That why you use a donut, the D1-4's equivalent of a thread protector.

Photo without the donut (and with my knock out bar).

Photo with, I had to cut down from what I received as the nose piece didn't fit.

John


Re: Oil help

Jim_B
 

That was published before the advent multigrade oils. It refers to single weight oils. Don't use them. 
If anything multigrade oil MIGHT be better since their viscosity is less temperature dependent. 
However need to consider viscosity at room temperature. 

On Mar 23, 2020, at 3:17 PM, engmaxx <mgillen10@...> wrote:

Correct me if I'm wrong but the motor oil reference in the document is in regards to detergent-oils (most motor oils).  Using a non-detergent SAE10 and SAE20 oil would be fine.

Jim B.





--
Jim B


Re: Oil help

engmaxx
 

Correct me if I'm wrong but the motor oil reference in the document is in regards to detergent-oils (most motor oils).  Using a non-detergent SAE10 and SAE20 oil would be fine.


Re: Oil help

Jim_B
 

There is a South-bend pamphlet on oiling the lathe. Its in the files section of the group and I have included it here.




In it is a warning about using motor oil.

Now, that was written before multi-grade and synthetic oils but it is still reasonable for those attempting to use single weight oils.
So pay attention to the required viscosity AT ROOM TEMPERATURE.


Conversion charts for viscosity units are also in the files section.

Jim B.

--
Jim B


Re: Oil help

Andrei
 

Why not just buy the correct oils?

They are available, not super expensive, and you can find them in small  quantities online, either at eBay or Amazon. 

I am having a hard time understanding the need to overcomplicate and modify a solution that already exists and has worked fine for decades. 


From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io <SouthBendLathe@groups.io> on behalf of Terry McCreary <tmccreary@...>
Sent: Monday, March 23, 2020 2:57 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Oil help
 
Just wondering; has anyone tried adding one of the stiction-reducing oil
additives to non-detergent oil, as a substitute for real way oil?  Hot
Shot and REV-X are two brands. A bit expensive ($US25-30 for a quart)
but might be worth trying if you live where real way oil is hard to get.

Best -- Terry

--
Dr. Terry McCreary
Professor Emeritus
Murray State University
Murray KY  42071





Re: Oil help

Terry McCreary
 

Just wondering; has anyone tried adding one of the stiction-reducing oil additives to non-detergent oil, as a substitute for real way oil?  Hot Shot and REV-X are two brands. A bit expensive ($US25-30 for a quart) but might be worth trying if you live where real way oil is hard to get.

Best -- Terry

--
Dr. Terry McCreary
Professor Emeritus
Murray State University
Murray KY 42071


Re: Oil help

mike allen
 

        I use hydraulic oil doe snow plow hydraulics

        animal

On 3/23/2020 10:45 AM, carbure2003 wrote:
Spindle oil is specified as SAE10 non detergent oil. This can be found at Canadian tire
 
for ways oil I am currently using chain saw bar oil that have similar texture as ways oil seen on youtube. I use summer grade
 

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "John Dammeyer" <johnd@...>
To: <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Oil help
Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2020 08:59:40 -0700

Where does one buy those in Canada?

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io
Sent: March-23-20 8:53 AM
To: southbendlathe@groups.io; SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Oil help

 

Thank you,

 

I will give it a shot.

 

 

 

On Monday, March 23, 2020, 4:41:25 PM GMT+2, Colin Fera <colin.fera@...> wrote:

 

 

ISO 68 and ISO 32 are hydraulic oils that are commonly sold at tractor shops. I’ve purchase all 3 oils in low volume from amazon. 


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On Mar 23, 2020, at 05:00, Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io <stoeger666@...> wrote:

 

Hi all,

 

I hope you are staying well,

 

While I am at home and enjoying my lathe I am running low on oil, can some one tell me the European equivalent of the oils below?:

 

 

 

  South Bend Lathe "A" type oil, which is Mobile Velocite #10 spindle lubricant. This will be used in the headstock spindle
                        bearings.

  South Bend Lathe "B" type oil.  which is Mobil DTE 24 (ISO 32), which will be used in your gearbox.


  South Bend Lathe "C" type oil,  which is Mobil DTE Heavy/Medium (ISO 68), which will be used to lubricate "everything else".
                        (that would be screws, external gears, tailstock, etc.)

  South Bend Way Oil, which is Mobil Vactra #2 Way Oil, which will be used to lubricate the sliding Way surfaces of the lathe,
                        (The ways, compound and cross slide).

 

 

 

Or if there is now better oil than those listed please let me know.

 

Thank you all in advance,

Stoeger

 

 


Re: Oil help

engmaxx
 

Both SAE10 and SAE30 non-detergent oil can be readily purchased at Canadian Tire in 1 litre containers.  I mention the SAE30 because you will need SAE20 (SouthBend:  Type C oil) for most oil points outside of the spindle and countershaft.  You can either buy it as 3-in-1 oil for 1/4 hp motors in the little plastic bottle (available everywhere including Canadian Tire but expensive) or make it yourself.  To make it yourself, mix it in these ratios:  SAE30 at 65% with SAE10 at 35%.  Example:  to make 40 mL use 26 mL 30W and 14 mL 10W.  Note it is not a linear combination of oil weights which is why you cannot mix them 30W and 10W at 50/50 to get 20W.  Hope this helps.


Re: Oil help

Roger Bickers
 

I needed some chainsaw bar oil this weekend, and noticed for the first time ever that a particular brand had a weight listing on it..much to my surprise its 10wt.  $12.00 (usd ) wasnt a bad price either compared to some other 10wts I've seen. Roger 


On Mon, Mar 23, 2020 at 1:47 PM, carbure2003
<guycad@...> wrote:
Spindle oil is specified as SAE10 non detergent oil. This can be found at Canadian tire
 
for ways oil I am currently using chain saw bar oil that have similar texture as ways oil seen on youtube. I use summer grade
 

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "John Dammeyer" <johnd@...>
To: <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Oil help
Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2020 08:59:40 -0700

Where does one buy those in Canada?

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io
Sent: March-23-20 8:53 AM
To: southbendlathe@groups.io; SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Oil help

 

Thank you,

 

I will give it a shot.

 

 

 

On Monday, March 23, 2020, 4:41:25 PM GMT+2, Colin Fera <colin.fera@...> wrote:

 

 

ISO 68 and ISO 32 are hydraulic oils that are commonly sold at tractor shops. I’ve purchase all 3 oils in low volume from amazon. 


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On Mar 23, 2020, at 05:00, Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io <stoeger666@...> wrote:

 

Hi all,

 

I hope you are staying well,

 

While I am at home and enjoying my lathe I am running low on oil, can some one tell me the European equivalent of the oils below?:

 

 

 

  South Bend Lathe "A" type oil, which is Mobile Velocite #10 spindle lubricant. This will be used in the headstock spindle
                        bearings.

  South Bend Lathe "B" type oil.  which is Mobil DTE 24 (ISO 32), which will be used in your gearbox.


  South Bend Lathe "C" type oil,  which is Mobil DTE Heavy/Medium (ISO 68), which will be used to lubricate "everything else".
                        (that would be screws, external gears, tailstock, etc.)

  South Bend Way Oil, which is Mobil Vactra #2 Way Oil, which will be used to lubricate the sliding Way surfaces of the lathe,
                        (The ways, compound and cross slide).

 

 

 

Or if there is now better oil than those listed please let me know.

 

Thank you all in advance,

Stoeger

 

 


Re: Oil help

carbure2003
 

Spindle oil is specified as SAE10 non detergent oil. This can be found at Canadian tire
 
for ways oil I am currently using chain saw bar oil that have similar texture as ways oil seen on youtube. I use summer grade
 

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "John Dammeyer" <johnd@...>
To: <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Oil help
Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2020 08:59:40 -0700

Where does one buy those in Canada?

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io
Sent: March-23-20 8:53 AM
To: southbendlathe@groups.io; SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Oil help

 

Thank you,

 

I will give it a shot.

 

 

 

On Monday, March 23, 2020, 4:41:25 PM GMT+2, Colin Fera <colin.fera@...> wrote:

 

 

ISO 68 and ISO 32 are hydraulic oils that are commonly sold at tractor shops. I’ve purchase all 3 oils in low volume from amazon. 


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On Mar 23, 2020, at 05:00, Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io <stoeger666@...> wrote:

 

Hi all,

 

I hope you are staying well,

 

While I am at home and enjoying my lathe I am running low on oil, can some one tell me the European equivalent of the oils below?:

 

 

 

  South Bend Lathe "A" type oil, which is Mobile Velocite #10 spindle lubricant. This will be used in the headstock spindle
                        bearings.

  South Bend Lathe "B" type oil.  which is Mobil DTE 24 (ISO 32), which will be used in your gearbox.


  South Bend Lathe "C" type oil,  which is Mobil DTE Heavy/Medium (ISO 68), which will be used to lubricate "everything else".
                        (that would be screws, external gears, tailstock, etc.)

  South Bend Way Oil, which is Mobil Vactra #2 Way Oil, which will be used to lubricate the sliding Way surfaces of the lathe,
                        (The ways, compound and cross slide).

 

 

 

Or if there is now better oil than those listed please let me know.

 

Thank you all in advance,

Stoeger

 

 


Re: New to me 14.5" and need some help

Jim_B
 

2265 was shipped around 12/6/55

In the files section of the group, you will find South Bend “Forms" of the various assemblies. These include assembly drawings showing which parts go where and a list of the South Bend Part numbers. They are usually good for the Heavy 10 through the larger lathes but not the 11” lathe, which is sort of an orphan. 

You can use these when communicating with Ted. 

There is also a Excel work sheet which gives the ship dates to a limited degree of accuracy.  Its based only on Verified ship dates, either from the factory or Grizzly. Its called South Bend Chronology-XXX. (XXX is the revision.)


On Mar 23, 2020, at 1:18 PM, sblatheman via Groups.Io <latheman2@...> wrote:

2265

Jim B.





--
Jim B


Re: New to me 14.5" and need some help

sblatheman
 

I have SOME 14 1/2” parts. Email me a list of what you need.

Ted
Latheman2@...

On Mar 22, 2020, at 9:29 PM, Todd <belvedere66@...> wrote:

I just acquired a 14.5 x 60 and will be needing some help with parts.  See it was bought, disassembled, started to be cleaned/painted and then sat in boxes for a few years.  What I know it's missing is the compound dial, screw and nut. The motor and motor pulley (4 groove), some of the taper attachment, the oil well on the back of the apron.. !! and a few other niceties.  I'm sure I will find a few other misc items of need and I understand these are the rare birds of the S.B. world. Is there anywhere I can find a parts manual to assist in reassembly ?  Also, the serial number is 2265FKL12  if anyone can decipher the date.

  Thanks, Todd


Re: New to me 14.5" and need some help

Payson
 

Send pictures.

Payson.


Re: it's alive!!!! - first run of a SB13B I am working on

RJ White
 

Thanks for showing this, good to see these old machines running.


On Mar 22, 2020, at 6:42 PM, Des via Groups.Io <desbromilow@...> wrote:


 
https://youtu.be/sNumbAgICXI

still a lot of work to do, but it's actually turning now. A very big shout out to Steve Wells for the assist on the overhead countershaft speed figure.

Des in Oz (Australia)


Re: Oil help

John Dammeyer
 

Where does one buy those in Canada?

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io
Sent: March-23-20 8:53 AM
To: southbendlathe@groups.io; SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Oil help

 

Thank you,

 

I will give it a shot.

 

 

 

On Monday, March 23, 2020, 4:41:25 PM GMT+2, Colin Fera <colin.fera@...> wrote:

 

 

ISO 68 and ISO 32 are hydraulic oils that are commonly sold at tractor shops. I’ve purchase all 3 oils in low volume from amazon. 



On Mar 23, 2020, at 05:00, Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io <stoeger666@...> wrote:



Hi all,

 

I hope you are staying well,

 

While I am at home and enjoying my lathe I am running low on oil, can some one tell me the European equivalent of the oils below?:

 

 

 

  South Bend Lathe "A" type oil, which is Mobile Velocite #10 spindle lubricant. This will be used in the headstock spindle
                        bearings.

  South Bend Lathe "B" type oil.  which is Mobil DTE 24 (ISO 32), which will be used in your gearbox.


  South Bend Lathe "C" type oil,  which is Mobil DTE Heavy/Medium (ISO 68), which will be used to lubricate "everything else".
                        (that would be screws, external gears, tailstock, etc.)

  South Bend Way Oil, which is Mobil Vactra #2 Way Oil, which will be used to lubricate the sliding Way surfaces of the lathe,
                        (The ways, compound and cross slide).

 

 

 

Or if there is now better oil than those listed please let me know.

 

Thank you all in advance,

Stoeger

 


Re: Oil help

Fred Flintstone
 

Thank you,

I will give it a shot.



On Monday, March 23, 2020, 4:41:25 PM GMT+2, Colin Fera <colin.fera@...> wrote:


ISO 68 and ISO 32 are hydraulic oils that are commonly sold at tractor shops. I’ve purchase all 3 oils in low volume from amazon. 


On Mar 23, 2020, at 05:00, Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io <stoeger666@...> wrote:


Hi all,

I hope you are staying well,

While I am at home and enjoying my lathe I am running low on oil, can some one tell me the European equivalent of the oils below?:



  South Bend Lathe "A" type oil, which is Mobile Velocite #10 spindle lubricant. This will be used in the headstock spindle
                        bearings.

  South Bend Lathe "B" type oil.  which is Mobil DTE 24 (ISO 32), which will be used in your gearbox.


  South Bend Lathe "C" type oil,  which is Mobil DTE Heavy/Medium (ISO 68), which will be used to lubricate "everything else".
                        (that would be screws, external gears, tailstock, etc.)

  South Bend Way Oil, which is Mobil Vactra #2 Way Oil, which will be used to lubricate the sliding Way surfaces of the lathe,
                        (The ways, compound and cross slide).




Or if there is now better oil than those listed please let me know.

Thank you all in advance,
Stoeger


Re: Oil help

Colin Fera
 

ISO 68 and ISO 32 are hydraulic oils that are commonly sold at tractor shops. I’ve purchase all 3 oils in low volume from amazon. 


On Mar 23, 2020, at 05:00, Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io <stoeger666@...> wrote:


Hi all,

I hope you are staying well,

While I am at home and enjoying my lathe I am running low on oil, can some one tell me the European equivalent of the oils below?:



  South Bend Lathe "A" type oil, which is Mobile Velocite #10 spindle lubricant. This will be used in the headstock spindle
                        bearings.

  South Bend Lathe "B" type oil.  which is Mobil DTE 24 (ISO 32), which will be used in your gearbox.


  South Bend Lathe "C" type oil,  which is Mobil DTE Heavy/Medium (ISO 68), which will be used to lubricate "everything else".
                        (that would be screws, external gears, tailstock, etc.)

  South Bend Way Oil, which is Mobil Vactra #2 Way Oil, which will be used to lubricate the sliding Way surfaces of the lathe,
                        (The ways, compound and cross slide).




Or if there is now better oil than those listed please let me know.

Thank you all in advance,
Stoeger


Re: Oil help

Christian Nafzger
 

Hi Stoeger,

I recently bought oil for my "new" Model A 9" lathe from a German shop.
Here is the order list with the respective letters (A-D, D for the way oil).

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You can also look at the shop page for more info regarding the norms and specifications. E.g.: https://www.oeltech-apeler.de/product_info.php?info=p1536_avantol-bett--und-gleitbahnoel-cglp-iso-vg-68---1-litres.html
Its in German, but maybe this helps (you can switch to English, but then there is less information).

Cheers,
Chris

Am Mo., 23. März 2020 um 13:00 Uhr schrieb Fred Flintstone via Groups.Io <stoeger666=yahoo.com@groups.io>:

Hi all,

I hope you are staying well,

While I am at home and enjoying my lathe I am running low on oil, can some one tell me the European equivalent of the oils below?:



  South Bend Lathe "A" type oil, which is Mobile Velocite #10 spindle lubricant. This will be used in the headstock spindle
                        bearings.

  South Bend Lathe "B" type oil.  which is Mobil DTE 24 (ISO 32), which will be used in your gearbox.


  South Bend Lathe "C" type oil,  which is Mobil DTE Heavy/Medium (ISO 68), which will be used to lubricate "everything else".
                        (that would be screws, external gears, tailstock, etc.)

  South Bend Way Oil, which is Mobil Vactra #2 Way Oil, which will be used to lubricate the sliding Way surfaces of the lathe,
                        (The ways, compound and cross slide).




Or if there is now better oil than those listed please let me know.

Thank you all in advance,
Stoeger


Oil help

Fred Flintstone
 

Hi all,

I hope you are staying well,

While I am at home and enjoying my lathe I am running low on oil, can some one tell me the European equivalent of the oils below?:



  South Bend Lathe "A" type oil, which is Mobile Velocite #10 spindle lubricant. This will be used in the headstock spindle
                        bearings.

  South Bend Lathe "B" type oil.  which is Mobil DTE 24 (ISO 32), which will be used in your gearbox.


  South Bend Lathe "C" type oil,  which is Mobil DTE Heavy/Medium (ISO 68), which will be used to lubricate "everything else".
                        (that would be screws, external gears, tailstock, etc.)

  South Bend Way Oil, which is Mobil Vactra #2 Way Oil, which will be used to lubricate the sliding Way surfaces of the lathe,
                        (The ways, compound and cross slide).




Or if there is now better oil than those listed please let me know.

Thank you all in advance,
Stoeger


Re: New to me 14.5" and need some help

Steven H
 

Two other resources:

Facebook: South Bend Lathe BUY SELL TRADE group

www.Groups.io SouthBendLathe 

Steve Haskell

On Mar 22, 2020, at 10:02 PM, Steven H via Groups.Io <stevesmachining@...> wrote:

Another great info resource is 
www.wswells.com

Steve Haskell

On Mar 22, 2020, at 9:35 PM, mike allen <animal@...> wrote:



        go here & wright what parts yer lookin for & this guy will be able to help ya out

        Ted /Latheman he used to work for SouthBend & bought up a bunch of their parts

        https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/  

        animal   

On 3/22/2020 6:25 PM, Todd wrote:
I just acquired a 14.5 x 60 and will be needing some help with parts.  See it was bought, disassembled, started to be cleaned/painted and then sat in boxes for a few years.  What I know it's missing is the compound dial, screw and nut. The motor and motor pulley (4 groove), some of the taper attachment, the oil well on the back of the apron.. !! and a few other niceties.  I'm sure I will find a few other misc items of need and I understand these are the rare birds of the S.B. world. Is there anywhere I can find a parts manual to assist in reassembly ?  Also, the serial number is 2265FKL12  if anyone can decipher the date.

  Thanks, Todd

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