Date   
Re: Instruction Manual

Jim_B
 

Copyright date

-8
Jim B,

On Jun 5, 2020, at 11:08 PM, Andrei <calciu1@...> wrote:


Printing date or copyright date?

Typos are courtesy of autocorrect.

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io <SouthBendLathe@groups.io> on behalf of Jim_B <jim@...>
Sent: Friday, June 5, 2020 10:55:59 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Instruction Manual
 
Except some versions I posted date to the late 50’s. 

-8
Jim B,

On Jun 5, 2020, at 9:51 PM, Steven H via groups.io <stevesmachining@...> wrote:

Regarding copyright of HTRAL: I am not a lawyer, but I will put in my two cents anyway. 

Reading a history of South Bend found at www.southbendlathe.com it says the the authors of HTRAL are John J. O’Brien and Miles W. O’Brien, two identical twin brothers. According to the history, Miles died in 1936. John died in 1946. 

Now, reading a Wikipedia article entitled “Copyright law of the United States”, the article reads “Copyright protection generally lasts for 70 years after the death of the author”. 

1946 + 70 = 2016, so presumably HTRAL would now be in the ‘public domain’ and no longer under copyright protection.

I have numerous hard copies of HTRAL, so I don’t need any electronic pdf files of same.

Steve Haskell


On Jun 5, 2020, at 6:32 PM, Jim_B <jim@...> wrote:

HTRAL is in the files section. 
Actually it  very early copy. I have several later ones, SB tended to revise this paper frequently,  but have been reticent to post them due to copyright issues. However perhaps the time has come to do so. 

On this group of posts I have received, the following:

Hello,

ra?????????.com wishes to inform you that the following message:

https://groups.io/g/SouthBendLathe/message?id=167082675

is objectionable. They entered the following reason why it should be considered objectionable:

----
This person is a known scammer, he posts on tons of groups to sell face masks etc. He will post a legitimate question to get un moderated then comes the selling posts.
----

Please take a moment to review and take action as you feel appropriate for your group.
Cheers,
The Groups.io Team


The poster has been put under constant supervision and all future posts must be reviewed and approved. 

JIm B. 


On Jun 5, 2020, at 3:02 PM, milan.v.trcka@... wrote:

Since this is a South Bend lathe group, I am assuming that this may help - Although differing in details, principles hold no matter what lathe you may be interested in:

http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/3789.pdf

Google query "how to run a lathe" is an excellent start.

Milan

Jim B.





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Jim B

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Jim B

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Jim B

Re: Instruction Manual

Andrei
 

Printing date or copyright date?

Typos are courtesy of autocorrect.


From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io <SouthBendLathe@groups.io> on behalf of Jim_B <jim@...>
Sent: Friday, June 5, 2020 10:55:59 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Instruction Manual
 
Except some versions I posted date to the late 50’s. 

-8
Jim B,

On Jun 5, 2020, at 9:51 PM, Steven H via groups.io <stevesmachining@...> wrote:

Regarding copyright of HTRAL: I am not a lawyer, but I will put in my two cents anyway. 

Reading a history of South Bend found at www.southbendlathe.com it says the the authors of HTRAL are John J. O’Brien and Miles W. O’Brien, two identical twin brothers. According to the history, Miles died in 1936. John died in 1946. 

Now, reading a Wikipedia article entitled “Copyright law of the United States”, the article reads “Copyright protection generally lasts for 70 years after the death of the author”. 

1946 + 70 = 2016, so presumably HTRAL would now be in the ‘public domain’ and no longer under copyright protection.

I have numerous hard copies of HTRAL, so I don’t need any electronic pdf files of same.

Steve Haskell


On Jun 5, 2020, at 6:32 PM, Jim_B <jim@...> wrote:

HTRAL is in the files section. 
Actually it  very early copy. I have several later ones, SB tended to revise this paper frequently,  but have been reticent to post them due to copyright issues. However perhaps the time has come to do so. 

On this group of posts I have received, the following:

Hello,

ra?????????.com wishes to inform you that the following message:

https://groups.io/g/SouthBendLathe/message?id=167082675

is objectionable. They entered the following reason why it should be considered objectionable:

----
This person is a known scammer, he posts on tons of groups to sell face masks etc. He will post a legitimate question to get un moderated then comes the selling posts.
----

Please take a moment to review and take action as you feel appropriate for your group.
Cheers,
The Groups.io Team


The poster has been put under constant supervision and all future posts must be reviewed and approved. 

JIm B. 


On Jun 5, 2020, at 3:02 PM, milan.v.trcka@... wrote:

Since this is a South Bend lathe group, I am assuming that this may help - Although differing in details, principles hold no matter what lathe you may be interested in:

http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/3789.pdf

Google query "how to run a lathe" is an excellent start.

Milan

Jim B.





--
Jim B

--
Jim B

Re: Instruction Manual

Jim_B
 

Except some versions I posted date to the late 50’s. 

-8
Jim B,

On Jun 5, 2020, at 9:51 PM, Steven H via groups.io <stevesmachining@...> wrote:

Regarding copyright of HTRAL: I am not a lawyer, but I will put in my two cents anyway. 

Reading a history of South Bend found at www.southbendlathe.com it says the the authors of HTRAL are John J. O’Brien and Miles W. O’Brien, two identical twin brothers. According to the history, Miles died in 1936. John died in 1946. 

Now, reading a Wikipedia article entitled “Copyright law of the United States”, the article reads “Copyright protection generally lasts for 70 years after the death of the author”. 

1946 + 70 = 2016, so presumably HTRAL would now be in the ‘public domain’ and no longer under copyright protection.

I have numerous hard copies of HTRAL, so I don’t need any electronic pdf files of same.

Steve Haskell


On Jun 5, 2020, at 6:32 PM, Jim_B <jim@...> wrote:

HTRAL is in the files section. 
Actually it  very early copy. I have several later ones, SB tended to revise this paper frequently,  but have been reticent to post them due to copyright issues. However perhaps the time has come to do so. 

On this group of posts I have received, the following:

Hello,

ra?????????.com wishes to inform you that the following message:

https://groups.io/g/SouthBendLathe/message?id=167082675

is objectionable. They entered the following reason why it should be considered objectionable:

----
This person is a known scammer, he posts on tons of groups to sell face masks etc. He will post a legitimate question to get un moderated then comes the selling posts.
----

Please take a moment to review and take action as you feel appropriate for your group.
Cheers,
The Groups.io Team


The poster has been put under constant supervision and all future posts must be reviewed and approved. 

JIm B. 


On Jun 5, 2020, at 3:02 PM, milan.v.trcka@... wrote:

Since this is a South Bend lathe group, I am assuming that this may help - Although differing in details, principles hold no matter what lathe you may be interested in:

http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/3789.pdf

Google query "how to run a lathe" is an excellent start.

Milan

Jim B.





--
Jim B

--
Jim B

Re: Instruction Manual

Steven H
 

Regarding copyright of HTRAL: I am not a lawyer, but I will put in my two cents anyway. 

Reading a history of South Bend found at www.southbendlathe.com it says the the authors of HTRAL are John J. O’Brien and Miles W. O’Brien, two identical twin brothers. According to the history, Miles died in 1936. John died in 1946. 

Now, reading a Wikipedia article entitled “Copyright law of the United States”, the article reads “Copyright protection generally lasts for 70 years after the death of the author”. 

1946 + 70 = 2016, so presumably HTRAL would now be in the ‘public domain’ and no longer under copyright protection.

I have numerous hard copies of HTRAL, so I don’t need any electronic pdf files of same.

Steve Haskell


On Jun 5, 2020, at 6:32 PM, Jim_B <jim@...> wrote:

HTRAL is in the files section. 
Actually it  very early copy. I have several later ones, SB tended to revise this paper frequently,  but have been reticent to post them due to copyright issues. However perhaps the time has come to do so. 

On this group of posts I have received, the following:

Hello,

ra?????????.com wishes to inform you that the following message:

https://groups.io/g/SouthBendLathe/message?id=167082675

is objectionable. They entered the following reason why it should be considered objectionable:

----
This person is a known scammer, he posts on tons of groups to sell face masks etc. He will post a legitimate question to get un moderated then comes the selling posts.
----

Please take a moment to review and take action as you feel appropriate for your group.
Cheers,
The Groups.io Team


The poster has been put under constant supervision and all future posts must be reviewed and approved. 

JIm B. 


On Jun 5, 2020, at 3:02 PM, milan.v.trcka@... wrote:

Since this is a South Bend lathe group, I am assuming that this may help - Although differing in details, principles hold no matter what lathe you may be interested in:

http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/3789.pdf

Google query "how to run a lathe" is an excellent start.

Milan

Jim B.





--
Jim B

Re: HTRAL

Ray De Jong
 

Thanks Jim, hope you and family are well

from: Ray

On Jun 5, 2020, at 5:00 PM, Jim_B <jim@...> wrote:

I have added several more editions of HTRAL. Some are quite large. They may take a while to download

Jim B.





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Jim B

HTRAL

Jim_B
 

I have added several more editions of HTRAL. Some are quite large. They may take a while to download

Jim B.





--
Jim B

Re: Instruction Manual

Jim_B
 

HTRAL is in the files section. 
Actually it  very early copy. I have several later ones, SB tended to revise this paper frequently,  but have been reticent to post them due to copyright issues. However perhaps the time has come to do so. 

On this group of posts I have received, the following:

Hello,

ra?????????.com wishes to inform you that the following message:

https://groups.io/g/SouthBendLathe/message?id=167082675

is objectionable. They entered the following reason why it should be considered objectionable:

----
This person is a known scammer, he posts on tons of groups to sell face masks etc. He will post a legitimate question to get un moderated then comes the selling posts.
----

Please take a moment to review and take action as you feel appropriate for your group.
Cheers,
The Groups.io Team


The poster has been put under constant supervision and all future posts must be reviewed and approved. 

JIm B. 


On Jun 5, 2020, at 3:02 PM, milan.v.trcka@... wrote:

Since this is a South Bend lathe group, I am assuming that this may help - Although differing in details, principles hold no matter what lathe you may be interested in:

http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/3789.pdf

Google query "how to run a lathe" is an excellent start.

Milan

Jim B.





--
Jim B

Re: Instruction Manual

milan.v.trcka@...
 

Since this is a South Bend lathe group, I am assuming that this may help - Although differing in details, principles hold no matter what lathe you may be interested in:

http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1617/3789.pdf

Google query "how to run a lathe" is an excellent start.

Milan

Re: Instruction Manual

Rogan Creswick
 

Also on Youtube:

 - Blondihacks has a good lathe skills series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLY67-4BrEae9Ad91LPRIhcLJM9fO-HJyN

On Fri, Jun 5, 2020 at 4:55 AM Jim Croyle <jjc4291@...> wrote:
Czech 

Try YouTube search TubalCain


On Thu, Jun 4, 2020 at 9:49 PM <abners@...> wrote:

Hi,
Does anyone know where I can get instructional videos and also tips in general?
Any videos?

Thanks

Re: Twin gear box

saddlesore07@...
 

Yes the lead screw stops turning with the split nut in open position. I have notice with a flash light if I put the second tumbler in any screw pitch thread and leave the first tumbler or the speed a-g tumbler out all 3 of my drive gears turn. When as I put the first lever into e or f speeds only the first 2 main drive gears turn the 3 stops as I dis engage first lever all 3 drive gears turn, Now when I say 3  drive gears the gears are pined in pairs so you have 3 pairs on the tree shaft and 3 on the drive shaft.
Only the first pair are keyed the other pairs free wheel. According to SB manual f and g drive gears are pined as a pair been thinking of pinning them to d and f gears though the manual don't show doing this. Sorry for not getting back to group but had a death in the family.

Re: Instruction Manual

Jim Croyle
 

Czech 

Try YouTube search TubalCain


On Thu, Jun 4, 2020 at 9:49 PM <abners@...> wrote:

Hi,
Does anyone know where I can get instructional videos and also tips in general?
Any videos?

Thanks

Re: Instruction Manual

glenn brooks
 

Search you tube for Tubalcane aka Mr. Pete.  Extensive list of instructional videos.  Also  Keith Rucker.  

So Many more, so hard to keep track of them all.

I usually search by a specific machining topic, and them sample a few of the videos to see which one gives me what I want to know...

Glenn 


On Jun 4, 2020, at 8:32 PM, siufung chan via groups.io <Wbcor@...> wrote:

1000 might be an under estimate :) 


-----Original Message-----
From: George Meinschein <bustedguns@...>
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Sent: Thu, Jun 4, 2020 7:57 pm
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Instruction Manual

I think you'll find plenty of good info on YouTube. There's several series of rebuilds/restorations. If you're looking for more info on tooling details, speeds, feed rates, lubricants, etc., I suggest getting some older machine shop textbooks either online downloads or eBay.  You could also ask specific questions here as there's probably 1,000 years of combined knowledge & experience just in this group. 

Thanks,
George H. Meinschein, P.E.

Meinschein Engineering Consultants, LLC
150 Brittany Drive
Freehold, NJ 07728-1500

Email: george.meinschein@...
Direct Dial: 732-409-0778
Cell: 732-580-1736
Fax: 732-358-0369
www.meinscheinengineering.com

   

On Thu, Jun 4, 2020, 10:49 PM <abners@...> wrote:
Hi,
Does anyone know where I can get instructional videos and also tips in general?
Any videos?
Thanks

Re: Instruction Manual

siufung chan
 

1000 might be an under estimate :) 


-----Original Message-----
From: George Meinschein <bustedguns@...>
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Sent: Thu, Jun 4, 2020 7:57 pm
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Instruction Manual

I think you'll find plenty of good info on YouTube. There's several series of rebuilds/restorations. If you're looking for more info on tooling details, speeds, feed rates, lubricants, etc., I suggest getting some older machine shop textbooks either online downloads or eBay.  You could also ask specific questions here as there's probably 1,000 years of combined knowledge & experience just in this group. 

Thanks,
George H. Meinschein, P.E.

Meinschein Engineering Consultants, LLC
150 Brittany Drive
Freehold, NJ 07728-1500

Email: george.meinschein@...
Direct Dial: 732-409-0778
Cell: 732-580-1736
Fax: 732-358-0369
www.meinscheinengineering.com

   

On Thu, Jun 4, 2020, 10:49 PM <abners@...> wrote:
Hi,
Does anyone know where I can get instructional videos and also tips in general?
Any videos?
Thanks

Re: Instruction Manual

George Meinschein
 

I think you'll find plenty of good info on YouTube. There's several series of rebuilds/restorations. If you're looking for more info on tooling details, speeds, feed rates, lubricants, etc., I suggest getting some older machine shop textbooks either online downloads or eBay.  You could also ask specific questions here as there's probably 1,000 years of combined knowledge & experience just in this group. 

Thanks,
George H. Meinschein, P.E.

Meinschein Engineering Consultants, LLC
150 Brittany Drive
Freehold, NJ 07728-1500

Email: george.meinschein@...
Direct Dial: 732-409-0778
Cell: 732-580-1736
Fax: 732-358-0369
www.meinscheinengineering.com

   


On Thu, Jun 4, 2020, 10:49 PM <abners@...> wrote:

Hi,
Does anyone know where I can get instructional videos and also tips in general?
Any videos?

Thanks

Re: Instruction Manual

Andrei
 

Youtube

Typos are courtesy of autocorrect.


From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io <SouthBendLathe@groups.io> on behalf of abners@... <abners@...>
Sent: Thursday, June 4, 2020 10:47:37 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: [SouthBendLathe] Instruction Manual
 

Hi,
Does anyone know where I can get instructional videos and also tips in general?
Any videos?

Thanks

Instruction Manual

abners@...
 

Hi,
Does anyone know where I can get instructional videos and also tips in general?
Any videos?

Thanks

Re: 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

siufung chan
 

I have a yearning for a foundry (and a forge etc.). I think you’re right it seems primal. 

Regards,
Bill

On Jun 1, 2020, at 7:33 PM, mike allen <animal@...> wrote:



        thanks . I do have a 4x6 band saw & a vertical one , but there's just something bout a power hacksaw

        animal

On 6/1/2020 6:07 PM, John Dammeyer wrote:

There are just two on my web page.  The small thumbnail and then the bigger one when you click on it.  I was able to score a band saw on a bench height stand and outfeed table a number of years ago so the hacksaw wasn't needed anymore.

http://www.autoartisans.com/foundry.htm

Click on the small picture for the larger one.

 

Wasn't into taking pictures as much back then as I am now.

John

 

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of mike allen
Sent: June-01-20 5:17 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

 

        John , looks pretty cool ! do ya by chance have any pics of yer hacksaw ?

        thanks

        animal

On 6/1/2020 7:59 AM, John Dammeyer wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]
[Reason: Changed 'rejected' to 'reconfigured']

For me it was stumbling onto a book at the library called how to build a lathe from scrap by Dave Gingery.  All I had was a tiny Unimat DB-200 and it was before the low cost 7x20 lathes started showing up.  So I built his gas fired foundry and added a small computer for electronic ignition and fan speed control. About 10 years ago when we switched from an oil fired home heating furnace to natural gas I reconfigured the Gingery Foundry to also run on natural gas.  It's like the table saw now.  Switch it on and use it.

 

To build the furnace I had to build his power hacksaw and slip roll.  An acquaintance with a larger lathe bored a draw bar hole through the middle of my Sears Craftsman 16" drill press spindle.  An XY vise made it possible to do simple milling with MT-3 based tools held now firmly held in the spindle.

 

The end result was here:

http://www.autoartisans.com/gingery/Gingery_ELS.jpg

And since I couldn't make gears yet I designed and built the Electronic Lead Screw controller.

 

Now I have a South Bend Heavy 10L.  Haven't used the gears on it for a number of years.  The tumble gear is in neutral and the gear select set in the dis-engaged position.  Spline ribbed belt drive so the whole thing is very quiet with a VFD on the motor. Haven't gotten around to powering the X axis yet.  The ELS works fine with only the carriage controlled. Prompts for cross slide motion.

 

Casting is a very primal hobby.  However the real challenge and work is in the pattern making.

 

John

 

 

 

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of benjithestupiddog via groups.io
Sent: June-01-20 12:53 AM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

 

John,

I'm a little envious of your work, I'd love to get into the casting side of things, but lack of space/time has so far prevented me from starting, some day maybe.

 

Re: 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

mike allen
 

        thanks . I do have a 4x6 band saw & a vertical one , but there's just something bout a power hacksaw

        animal

On 6/1/2020 6:07 PM, John Dammeyer wrote:

There are just two on my web page.  The small thumbnail and then the bigger one when you click on it.  I was able to score a band saw on a bench height stand and outfeed table a number of years ago so the hacksaw wasn't needed anymore.

http://www.autoartisans.com/foundry.htm

Click on the small picture for the larger one.

 

Wasn't into taking pictures as much back then as I am now.

John

 

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of mike allen
Sent: June-01-20 5:17 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

 

        John , looks pretty cool ! do ya by chance have any pics of yer hacksaw ?

        thanks

        animal

On 6/1/2020 7:59 AM, John Dammeyer wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]
[Reason: Changed 'rejected' to 'reconfigured']

For me it was stumbling onto a book at the library called how to build a lathe from scrap by Dave Gingery.  All I had was a tiny Unimat DB-200 and it was before the low cost 7x20 lathes started showing up.  So I built his gas fired foundry and added a small computer for electronic ignition and fan speed control. About 10 years ago when we switched from an oil fired home heating furnace to natural gas I reconfigured the Gingery Foundry to also run on natural gas.  It's like the table saw now.  Switch it on and use it.

 

To build the furnace I had to build his power hacksaw and slip roll.  An acquaintance with a larger lathe bored a draw bar hole through the middle of my Sears Craftsman 16" drill press spindle.  An XY vise made it possible to do simple milling with MT-3 based tools held now firmly held in the spindle.

 

The end result was here:

http://www.autoartisans.com/gingery/Gingery_ELS.jpg

And since I couldn't make gears yet I designed and built the Electronic Lead Screw controller.

 

Now I have a South Bend Heavy 10L.  Haven't used the gears on it for a number of years.  The tumble gear is in neutral and the gear select set in the dis-engaged position.  Spline ribbed belt drive so the whole thing is very quiet with a VFD on the motor. Haven't gotten around to powering the X axis yet.  The ELS works fine with only the carriage controlled. Prompts for cross slide motion.

 

Casting is a very primal hobby.  However the real challenge and work is in the pattern making.

 

John

 

 

 

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of benjithestupiddog via groups.io
Sent: June-01-20 12:53 AM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

 

John,

I'm a little envious of your work, I'd love to get into the casting side of things, but lack of space/time has so far prevented me from starting, some day maybe.

 

Re: 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

John Dammeyer
 

There are just two on my web page.  The small thumbnail and then the bigger one when you click on it.  I was able to score a band saw on a bench height stand and outfeed table a number of years ago so the hacksaw wasn't needed anymore.

http://www.autoartisans.com/foundry.htm

Click on the small picture for the larger one.

 

Wasn't into taking pictures as much back then as I am now.

John

 

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of mike allen
Sent: June-01-20 5:17 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

 

        John , looks pretty cool ! do ya by chance have any pics of yer hacksaw ?

        thanks

        animal

On 6/1/2020 7:59 AM, John Dammeyer wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]
[Reason: Changed 'rejected' to 'reconfigured']

For me it was stumbling onto a book at the library called how to build a lathe from scrap by Dave Gingery.  All I had was a tiny Unimat DB-200 and it was before the low cost 7x20 lathes started showing up.  So I built his gas fired foundry and added a small computer for electronic ignition and fan speed control. About 10 years ago when we switched from an oil fired home heating furnace to natural gas I reconfigured the Gingery Foundry to also run on natural gas.  It's like the table saw now.  Switch it on and use it.

 

To build the furnace I had to build his power hacksaw and slip roll.  An acquaintance with a larger lathe bored a draw bar hole through the middle of my Sears Craftsman 16" drill press spindle.  An XY vise made it possible to do simple milling with MT-3 based tools held now firmly held in the spindle.

 

The end result was here:

http://www.autoartisans.com/gingery/Gingery_ELS.jpg

And since I couldn't make gears yet I designed and built the Electronic Lead Screw controller.

 

Now I have a South Bend Heavy 10L.  Haven't used the gears on it for a number of years.  The tumble gear is in neutral and the gear select set in the dis-engaged position.  Spline ribbed belt drive so the whole thing is very quiet with a VFD on the motor. Haven't gotten around to powering the X axis yet.  The ELS works fine with only the carriage controlled. Prompts for cross slide motion.

 

Casting is a very primal hobby.  However the real challenge and work is in the pattern making.

 

John

 

 

 

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of benjithestupiddog via groups.io
Sent: June-01-20 12:53 AM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 9A motor/drum switch Mounting

 

John,

I'm a little envious of your work, I'd love to get into the casting side of things, but lack of space/time has so far prevented me from starting, some day maybe.

 

Re: Compound and cross slide handle nut

houdini
 

based on the three south bends i've owned, i agree with John. 

Paul

On Monday, June 1, 2020, 12:23:39 PM EDT, comstock_friend <jfriend314@...> wrote:


The only left hand threads on a South Bend that I know (other than ACME lead screws) is the screw in the power feed 'star' wheel. The compound and cross slide handles are right handed.

John