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405 bed and saddle coming up on eBay

Dennis Turk <dennis.turk2@...>
 

Hi all 405 Ownerns

Mike5400_0 in California is going to be putting up a very very nice
405 bed with its mating saddle shortly. I just got a bed from Mike
this week that is about as good of one as I have ever seen. Scraping
full length of the bed on all bed ways though a little light in the
sweet spot its still there. remember these scraping marks are only a
tenth or so deep.

Mike just emailed me to let me know he was going to take my
suggestion and list the bed with its mating saddle and maybe even the
cross slide if he still has it. Mike feels this 405 bed is ever bit
as good as the one he just sent me or even better.

The bed I just got from Mike is a 1945 government model 42 inch A
workshop bed. The bed was in original paint and under the little red
tag I confirmed its color was Army OK green. First time I have seen
one in original military livery. The lathe that this bed came from
must have sat in long term storage after the war and many years later
sold as surplus. This would explain the fact that it was never
used. I only found a little wood dust and a very few brass chips
down in inside the bed. Other than some sticky dried out oil that
was all there was to be found. I used a magnet and never came up
with any metal chips anywhere.

Turk who's luck is still holding true."-)))


Re: long 16"

Dennis Turk <dennis.turk2@...>
 

GRINDER GRINDER who the heck has a grinder on his SB.  Bugger.   OWE MAN I NEED A BLOOD PRESSURE PILL
 
Turk

----- Original Message -----
From: jjnitzh
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2007 12:47 PM
Subject: [southbendlathe] Re: long 16"

Too cool. Nice find. We better make sure Denny doens't see it though,
that grinder on there is sure to raise his blood pressure. :-)

Seriously, How're the ways and the front spindle bearing?


Re: long 16"

John Nitzh
 

Too cool. Nice find. We better make sure Denny doens't see it though,
that grinder on there is sure to raise his blood pressure. :-)

Seriously, How're the ways and the front spindle bearing?


Re: Lath manufacture dates

Steve Wells
 

Ya think I Maybe should attach the pictures...ha
 
Steve


Re: Lath manufacture dates

Steve Wells
 

Cal, Denny
Here are some December 1935 shots of the new "improved" 1936 Workshop
These are from the Workshop Catalog 15-R page 14 and 15.
Denny, end door shots of threading plate...I think you have one of the lathes they 
did the art work from...haha  and....the elusive 415RF...the F being Floor Legs.
First time I've seen the F listed.
This is a pretty good catalog...hmmm, glad I won this one..:))
 
Steve


Re: Yahoo system failure

CAL <cal@...>
 

This is new to me. So far I have escaped. On another list I replied all and had about 20 bounces. That was the only way I have had mass bounces. If you don't learn something every day you are dead or should be. LOL

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 7:12 PM
Subject: Re: [southbendlathe] Re: Yahoo system failure

Cal, it's irrelevant as it pertains to the group mail. When you reply, it's addressed to the Yahoo group address. Steve did a good job of describing what transpires when you mail to the group address. In many ways it's a good thing. I would like to think that if everyone's mailbox received a bounce with my name and address on it; some would say "Hey, is Chris OK? Anyone else getting these??" :-)
 
Chris
 
 


CAL net> wrote:
Jim
By chance are you getting the rejections when you reply to the emails?  If so could you be hitting the "reply all" button instead of the "reply" button? That could be the cause.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim B.
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 8:25 AM
Subject: RE: [southbendlathe] Re: Yahoo system failure

What I don't understand is that I am sending a message to Yahoo. Yahoo is sending the message to the other members of the group. Why do I get Yahoo's rejection notices?
 

Jim B.
"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction"
Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)
 




Re: Yahoo system failure

ChristopherS
 

Cal, it's irrelevant as it pertains to the group mail. When you reply, it's addressed to the Yahoo group address. Steve did a good job of describing what transpires when you mail to the group address. In many ways it's a good thing. I would like to think that if everyone's mailbox received a bounce with my name and address on it; some would say "Hey, is Chris OK? Anyone else getting these??" :-)
 
Chris
 
 


CAL wrote:

Jim
By chance are you getting the rejections when you reply to the emails?  If so could you be hitting the "reply all" button instead of the "reply" button? That could be the cause.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim B.
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 8:25 AM
Subject: RE: [southbendlathe] Re: Yahoo system failure

What I don't understand is that I am sending a message to Yahoo. Yahoo is sending the message to the other members of the group. Why do I get Yahoo's rejection notices?
 

Jim B.
"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction"
Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)
 




Re: Yahoo system failure

ChristopherS
 

Steve, thanks for that analogy. It just saved me explaining it. Exactly!
 
Chris


Steve Wells wrote:

Jim,
Computers don't care what we think....LOL
I would assume that we have one group managed mail domain,
and it maintains a mailing list of our address' when we send a group message
it captures the sender address and then forwards from the mail list. If
a forward is returned
it relays back to the sender that xxx didn't get it, so you, the sender,
are aware of the error.
Now if we think of it in a different way, say I have a company with 200
people and I send the group
message, I would want to know who didn't get it, but not necessarily
want everyone to know.
The software is similar for both situations.

Steve

Jim B. wrote:
>
> /What I don't understand is that I am sending a message to Yahoo.
> Yahoo is sending the message to the other members of the group. Why do
> I get Yahoo's rejection notices?/
>
>
> Jim B.
>
> "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It
> takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the
> opposite direction"
>
> Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)
>
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------
>



Re: Yahoo system failure

ChristopherS
 

Steve, that's not what's happening here.
Chris

Steve Wells wrote:

Chris,
I get them, but it seems to be only one bounce and they are removed, but
I also believe
an attachment large file size will cause some mail SMTP servers to
reject the message.
Try sending a big attachment and see if you get the UDMN bounce back, it
never states
that it's for file size on my return headers.

Steve



Re: Yahoo system failure

ChristopherS
 

Jim, that's a very good question. When I first started receiving them I didn't give it much thought. Because I get a lot of mail from yahoo that's moderator related. Then I realized that this stuff was coming from this group? My best guess is that this is a moderator issue, that only he can correct. I sure wish he would talk to us now and then!  
Flying Dutchman......Ho, Ho, Ho, and a bottle of Rum!
 
Chris


"Jim B." wrote:

What I don't understand is that I am sending a message to Yahoo. Yahoo is sending the message to the other members of the group. Why do I get Yahoo's rejection notices?
 

Jim B.
"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction"
Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)
 




Re: Yahoo system failure

ChristopherS
 

Good luck Jim. Mail from the Administrator, Mail Delivery System, Mail Delivery Subsystem, MAILER-DAEMON, and such are a bitch to filter because they are legitimate! If you filter one of them out, it will most likely filter out a notification of an email that you sent... but bounced. You'll never know it though, unless you periodically check the folder you're going to rout the filtered mail to. Is your mail client OE, or are you using web mail? I have three mail boxes. Yahoo web mail, BellSouth web mail and my OE mail client. The filtering ability of all of them suck. BellSouth web mail being the worst of them. None of them can tell the difference between a spoofed bounce and a real one. My SPAM folder is bulging at the seams with bounced mail that I filtered but never sent. I can assure you that I don't know, (don't want to) and never sent an email to a guy named Achmed Rashede Hussein!
 
Chris
 
 


"Jim B." wrote:

Yes I get all those failure to deliver messages. I am going to set up a filter to put them in my SPAM in box if it continues.
 

Jim B.
"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction"
Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)
 


From: southbendlathe@yahoogroups.com [mailto:southbendlathe@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Chris Strazzeri
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 8:58 AM
To: southbendlathe@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [southbendlathe] Re: Yahoo system failure

Cal,
Many things can effect how fast a message is posted. Yahoo is kind of like a road crew that constantly has your streets torn up but never seem to finish the job. The latest PIA is undelivered mail messages. It seems there are some new members that entered invalid email addresses, or old members that changed there address. When this happens members start getting these bounced messages. The Moderator is supposed to rectify this by contacting or removing the offending member. Has anyone else been getting these recently?
 
Chris


CAL net> wrote:
 


Re: Technical Design Tools - Now model engineering list

Bill Kuehsel
 

In a message dated 3/22/2007 7:53:26 PM Eastern Daylight Time, cmsteam@... writes:
Bill,
thanks.
May I ask which "model engineering list" you are refering to?
You can send it privately if you wish.
RichD cmsteam(-at-)speedfactory.net

Rich,
 
It is Russ Kepler's model engineering list.  It is a super list of very knowledgeable friendly people.  I have been a member for years.  Here is the link to subscribe.
 
 
Regards,
 
Bill Kuehsel
Cold Spring, NY




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Re: Yahoo system failure

Steve Wells
 

Bill,
I am proficient in all versions of Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition.
If you want to send me a screen capture of the virus warning and what E-mail
program you are using, I will take a look at it. Send it off list to my e-mail.
And are you using it in stand alone mode or as a client with server mode?
What version of SAVC?
Steve
wswells@...


Re: Yahoo system failure

Jim B. <eeengineer@...>
 

No I avoid the "Reply all" button like a plague. I hate to use it and I hate to have it used on me.
 

Jim B.

"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction"

Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)

 


From: southbendlathe@... [mailto:southbendlathe@...] On Behalf Of CAL
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 2:40 PM
To: southbendlathe@...
Subject: Re: [southbendlathe] Re: Yahoo system failure

Jim
By chance are you getting the rejections when you reply to the emails?  If so could you be hitting the "reply all" button instead of the "reply" button? That could be the cause.

----- Original Message -----
From: Jim B.
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 8:25 AM
Subject: RE: [southbendlathe] Re: Yahoo system failure

What I don't understand is that I am sending a message to Yahoo. Yahoo is sending the message to the other members of the group. Why do I get Yahoo's rejection notices?
 

Jim B.

"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction"

Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)

 



Re: Yahoo system failure

Steve Wells
 

Bill,
I think you need to update you Virus software and run a full virus scan on
your PC. There are free scanners on the Internet, but can be quite time consuming.
I've always found it best to have the latest software and update it at least once a week.
Set your system to run a scan once a week after the update.
We scan nightly on every PC and the client PC's check for updates from our virus server
before the scan. We use Symantec which I believe actually only releases definitions on Friday.
E-mail if you need anything, glad to help.

Steve


Re: Yahoo system failure

CAL <cal@...>
 

Jim
By chance are you getting the rejections when you reply to the emails?  If so could you be hitting the "reply all" button instead of the "reply" button? That could be the cause.

----- Original Message -----
From: Jim B.
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 8:25 AM
Subject: RE: [southbendlathe] Re: Yahoo system failure

What I don't understand is that I am sending a message to Yahoo. Yahoo is sending the message to the other members of the group. Why do I get Yahoo's rejection notices?
 

Jim B.

"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction"

Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)

 



Re: Yahoo system failure

Steve Wells
 

Jim,
Computers don't care what we think....LOL
I would assume that we have one group managed mail domain,
and it maintains a mailing list of our address' when we send a group message
it captures the sender address and then forwards from the mail list. If a forward is returned
it relays back to the sender that xxx didn't get it, so you, the sender, are aware of the error.
Now if we think of it in a different way, say I have a company with 200 people and I send the group
message, I would want to know who didn't get it, but not necessarily want everyone to know.
The software is similar for both situations.

Steve

Jim B. wrote:


/What I don't understand is that I am sending a message to Yahoo. Yahoo is sending the message to the other members of the group. Why do I get Yahoo's rejection notices?/

Jim B.

"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.... It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction"

Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)


------------------------------------------------------------------------


Re: Yahoo system failure

Wm Mader <hillbrook@...>
 

--- In southbendlathe@..., Steve Wells <wswells@...>
wrote:

Bill,
I think you need to update you Virus software and run a full virus
scan on
your PC. There are free scanners on the Internet, but can be quite
time
consuming.
I've always found it best to have the latest software and update it
at
least once a week.
Set your system to run a scan once a week after the update.
We scan nightly on every PC and the client PC's check for updates
from
our virus server
before the scan. We use Symantec which I believe actually only
releases
definitions on Friday.
E-mail if you need anything, glad to help.
I have corp Symantec on my pc and update avery other day. Scan every
night. Still once in a while. says I have a virus.
Bill

Steve


Re: Yahoo system failure

Wm Mader <hillbrook@...>
 

--- In southbendlathe@..., "Jim B." <eeengineer@...>
wrote:

What I don't understand is that I am sending a message to Yahoo.
Yahoo is
sending the message to the other members of the group. Why do I get
Yahoo's
rejection notices?



Jim B.

"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex....
It takes a
touch of genius -- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite
direction"

Albert Einstein/ EF Schumacher (ATCMB)
Some times I try to post a message and I get a message that it is
rejected because my computer has a virus. Next time it is ok. Think
about that.
Bill



_____


Re: cross feed screw thrust bearings

Steve Wells
 

Tom,
can you give us the ID and OD measurements of your bearings,
A picture of the screw, dial and bushing with measurements would be nice.
The larger needle bearing would replace the ball thrusts if the size is correct,
if not, you might be able to bore the dial ring and or bushing and at least get
the needle type there. Denny or the group members might know the 13" sizes
from memory, I personally don't .

Steve
tom rose wrote:


I have a 13"
I sent my old thrust bearing to a very large bearing
house and they could not directly match it.
Leblond is $51, Rose at Parts Works is about $20
higher. The other large bearing on the shaft is $90
something. I heard after purchasing one that a needle
bearing from MSC can be shaved down to fit. I have
never done this but you could buy quite a few bearings
to modify for the cost of a factory one. If you have a
taper attachment I have some extra sets of the small
diameter thrust bearings in the taper attachment. Tell
us how it goes if you elect to modify an MSC set.
Tom Rose

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