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Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Ray De Jong
 

I may have that cover, I will head to my storage this morning and take a couple pics. I also have the long fibreglass cover, both of these are no longer needed by me as I bought a under drive cabinet and converted a cover from an earlier 9" under drive. There are at least 4 versions of this small cast cover, each with minor differences which make installing on the various head stock castings difficult. Mine is a 1979 10K and the casting is very different from yours. However, the small cast cover I have available may just fit your headstock. back to you later today
Ray

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 9:17:22 PM PST, Nitro <nitroburners@...> wrote:




Alrighty then, I finally found an image of what I need!

Thanks to everyone for their input, and keep me in mind if you run across one.

My project will be a real honey of a lathe once I get her all nailed back together.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Nitro
 



Alrighty then, I finally found an image of what I need!

Thanks to everyone for their input, and keep me in mind if you run across one.

My project will be a real honey of a lathe once I get her all nailed back together.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Nitro
 

From what I understand so far, the 'glass guards are from around 1976 and forward, with one guy saying his 1974 machine still had an aluminum one.
This would make sense with OSHA going nuts about open belting.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

carbure2003
 

I found a picture of my 10K of the 1950 or so vintage
Cover flips on the back gear excentrics.
 
unfortunately I don’t have better pictures.
The machine is now 6 hours drive away stored in a shed at a summer home.
running the lathe without cover is not safe because of exposed bull gear.
 
from what I could read later versions, cover was made out of fibreglass.
there is a version that shows up once a year or so on ebay with a belt cover reaching the rear drive pulley.
Guy Cadrin

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Nelson Collar via Groups.Io" <nel2lar@...>
To: <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 1964 10K headstock cover question
Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2019 23:31:10 +0000 (UTC)

 
A lot of lathes did not come with covers and the era of that machine it could be older.
 
 
On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 09:19:38 AM CST, vtsblogan@... <vtsblogan@...> wrote:
 
 
Can't tell from the pics, but it probably takes the long plastic one that covers both set of pulleys- if it's a rear drive one.

I'm sure you can find a pic of it.

I've seen them on Ebay in the 75 to 150 range

If you can confirm it  I have a spare you can have if you don't mind waiting till late winter spring.

On Tue, 05 Nov 2019 09:49:31 -0800, "Nitro" <nitroburners@...> wrote:

Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.




 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.
 


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Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Nitro
 

I found one image of one with what appears to be a shorter cover on an older machine.
I talked to the guy I got it off of and he said he removed it but doesn't remember why.
Bob said it was cast aluminum and pivoted on the back gear camshaft.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Nelson Collar
 

My lathe is a 1988 10K and not long after buying it the cover came up for sale and I did not have the funds and have not seen on since. And I have been patiently waiting but no covers.
Nelson

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 07:22:50 AM CST, Steven H via Groups.Io <stevesmachining@...> wrote:


You might be able to find parts diagram(s) or photos that will help at the www.wswells.com site. Other sites to check are www.vintagemachinery.org
Good luck.

Steve Haskell


On Nov 5, 2019, at 12:49 PM, Nitro <nitroburners@...> wrote:

Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.

<20191105_120756.jpg>


<20191105_120721.jpg>

 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Nelson Collar
 

A lot of lathes did not come with covers and the era of that machine it could be older.


On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 09:19:38 AM CST, vtsblogan@... <vtsblogan@...> wrote:


Can't tell from the pics, but it probably takes the long plastic one that covers both set of pulleys- if it's a rear drive one.

I'm sure you can find a pic of it.

I've seen them on Ebay in the 75 to 150 range

If you can confirm it  I have a spare you can have if you don't mind waiting till late winter spring.

On Tue, 05 Nov 2019 09:49:31 -0800, "Nitro" <nitroburners@...> wrote:

Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.




 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

vtsblogan@...
 

Can't tell from the pics, but it probably takes the long plastic one that covers both set of pulleys- if it's a rear drive one.

I'm sure you can find a pic of it.

I've seen them on Ebay in the 75 to 150 range

If you can confirm it  I have a spare you can have if you don't mind waiting till late winter spring.

On Tue, 05 Nov 2019 09:49:31 -0800, "Nitro" <nitroburners@...> wrote:

Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.




 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Phillip Rankin
 

The photos here can at least help you identify what you what you are looking for. The top cover comes up on ebay from time to time, but I haven't noticed one lately. http://www.lathes.co.uk/southbend/page8.html  

On Wed, Nov 6, 2019 at 7:22 AM Steven H via Groups.Io <stevesmachining=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
You might be able to find parts diagram(s) or photos that will help at the www.wswells.com site. Other sites to check are www.vintagemachinery.org
Good luck.

Steve Haskell


On Nov 5, 2019, at 12:49 PM, Nitro <nitroburners@...> wrote:

Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.

<20191105_120756.jpg>


<20191105_120721.jpg>

 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Steven H
 

You might be able to find parts diagram(s) or photos that will help at the www.wswells.com site. Other sites to check are www.vintagemachinery.org
Good luck.

Steve Haskell


On Nov 5, 2019, at 12:49 PM, Nitro <nitroburners@...> wrote:

Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.

<20191105_120756.jpg>


<20191105_120721.jpg>

 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Nitro
 

Correct, my casting is closed on the bottom and doesn't have the hinge/mounting bosses present in an underdrive unit.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Rogan Creswick
 

Ah, looking at your pictures again, you must have a rear-mount drive (It looks like the bottom of the headstock is visible, and that would certainly be different, if that's what I think it is.).  I don't think I can help, but let me know.


On Tue, Nov 5, 2019 at 7:29 PM Rogan Creswick via Groups.Io <creswick=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I am also in the process of restoring a 10k that went through a fire...you've accomplished a lot more than I have!

I do have the guards, for mine, and I can post pictures if that's useful.  I'm unsure from your message: *is* your lathe an underdrive unit? Mine is -- which will probably make a bit of a difference here.

On Tue, Nov 5, 2019 at 9:49 AM Nitro <nitroburners@...> wrote:
Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.




 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.


Re: 1964 10K headstock cover question

Rogan Creswick
 

I am also in the process of restoring a 10k that went through a fire...you've accomplished a lot more than I have!

I do have the guards, for mine, and I can post pictures if that's useful.  I'm unsure from your message: *is* your lathe an underdrive unit? Mine is -- which will probably make a bit of a difference here.

On Tue, Nov 5, 2019 at 9:49 AM Nitro <nitroburners@...> wrote:
Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.




 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.


1964 10K headstock cover question

Nitro
 

Hi guys and gals

Winter is approaching and I hope to have the time to reassemble my 10K.
This machine didn't come with the belt/gear guard in place when I acquired it.
The headstock casting is not the same as a 9" and is not the same as the underdrive units I have seen online.




 This lathe was bench mounted when I found it, but had no guard in place at the time.
The machine was disassembled for refinishing as it had been in a fire, but didn't get hot enough to destroy it.
I probably have 200 hours or more invested in it for the teardown, disassembly and refinishing.

I used my glass bead cabinet for a lot of the cleaning, plus have my Logan 922 11 inch for some of the round polishing work.

I'm retired now with over 50 years on the shop floor, so hopefully my work does speak for itself.

Can anyone help me identify it so I can track one down?
My rebuild manual was of no help, so even a picture or so of an existing one would be helpful.


Re: 9" Taper attachment plans

Chuck Lippmeier
 

Thanks all for your responses. It’s too bad this article is so confusing. I’m thinking now that it would be easier to just put an adjustable speed power feed on the compound and eliminate the whole problem.

Chuck Lippmeier


Re: 9" Taper attachment plans

comstock_friend
 

On the 9" with factory taper attachment, the connecting bar is integral to the cross slide.

John


Re: 9" Taper attachment plans

comstock_friend
 
Edited

South Bend calls the 'Cross-Feed Tailpiece' the 'connecting bar'. It's this part (at least on a 13"):

John


Re: 9" Taper attachment plans

Steven H
 

Looking at the article, the author calls it the “Cross-Feed Tailpiece” in the Bill of Materials on Page 50 of the article. This is Detail 8. Then in the upper LH corner of Page 52, the drawing for Detail 8 is shown and the detail is called the “Cross-Slide Tailpiece”. So an error in editing. Drawing calls for a piece of cold rolled steel, 1/4” x 3-1/8” x 10-1/2”. I think I would use 3” wide material myself.

Steve Haskell

On Nov 4, 2019, at 6:31 PM, StevesMachining <stevesmachining@...> wrote:

I assume by the name it is the detail that gets bolted on the rear end of the upper cross slide (that would be the piece that the compound sits on)- the cross-slide tailpiece has a long slot down the center of it.

Steve Haskell

On Nov 4, 2019, at 5:37 PM, Chuck Lippmeier <chuck@...> wrote:



Group,

I bought the eBay post for the “Home Shop Machinist” 2004 Jan/Feb. edition. As I read, it refers to a “Cross-feed tailpiece” What is a “cross-slide tailpiece”?

Chuck Lippmeier

 

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of mike allen
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2019 9:22 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 9" Taper attachment plans

 

        Steve , I ended up with a copy from another member , but thank you very much

        animal

On 10/30/2019 9:57 AM, Steven H via Groups.Io wrote:

Mike,

I checked my collection of HSM and happen to have the Jan/Feb 2004 issue with this taper attachment article. I don’t want to give away or sell my issue but can make copies of the pages and mail them to you. If interested, send your mailing address to me at stevesmachining@...

Steve Haskell

 



On Oct 30, 2019, at 11:09 AM, George Meinschein <bustedguns@...> wrote:



A quick Google search turned up the attached article from the January 1962 issue of Popular Mechanics.  Maybe that will work for you.

Thanks,
George H. Meinschein, P.E.
 
Meinschein Engineering Consultants, LLC
150 Brittany Drive
Freehold, NJ 07728-1500
Direct Dial: 732-409-0778
Cell: 732-580-1736
Fax: 732-358-0369
www.meinscheinengineering.com

On 10/29/2019 6:36 PM, Steven H via Groups.Io wrote:

There is a HSM Jan/Feb 2004 issue on eBay for $9.99 plus $4 shipping.
 
Steve Haskell
 
On Oct 29, 2019, at 5:22 PM, mike allen <animal@...> wrote:
 
        I just checked the back order site at HSM lookin for he Jan/Feb 2004 issue with plans for a taper attachment for the 9 " lathe . they don't go back that far. does anyone here have a copy that they might send me ?
 
        tks
 
        animal@...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Re: 9" Taper attachment plans

Jim_B
 

Sent from my MacBook
Jim B.

I would say:

The Grey part on the lower right, under the chuck, that bolts onto the saddle and covers the screw and the ways. 


On Nov 4, 2019, at 5:37 PM, Chuck Lippmeier <chuck@...> wrote:

Group,
I bought the eBay post for the “Home Shop Machinist” 2004 Jan/Feb. edition. As I read, it refers to a “Cross-feed tailpiece” What is a “cross-slide tailpiece”?
Chuck Lippmeier
 
 


--
Jim B


Re: 9" Taper attachment plans

Steven H
 

I assume by the name it is the detail that gets bolted on the rear end of the upper cross slide (that would be the piece that the compound sits on)- the cross-slide tailpiece has a long slot down the center of it.

Steve Haskell

On Nov 4, 2019, at 5:37 PM, Chuck Lippmeier <chuck@...> wrote:



Group,

I bought the eBay post for the “Home Shop Machinist” 2004 Jan/Feb. edition. As I read, it refers to a “Cross-feed tailpiece” What is a “cross-slide tailpiece”?

Chuck Lippmeier

 

 

From: SouthBendLathe@groups.io [mailto:SouthBendLathe@groups.io] On Behalf Of mike allen
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2019 9:22 PM
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] 9" Taper attachment plans

 

        Steve , I ended up with a copy from another member , but thank you very much

        animal

On 10/30/2019 9:57 AM, Steven H via Groups.Io wrote:

Mike,

I checked my collection of HSM and happen to have the Jan/Feb 2004 issue with this taper attachment article. I don’t want to give away or sell my issue but can make copies of the pages and mail them to you. If interested, send your mailing address to me at stevesmachining@...

Steve Haskell

 



On Oct 30, 2019, at 11:09 AM, George Meinschein <bustedguns@...> wrote:



A quick Google search turned up the attached article from the January 1962 issue of Popular Mechanics.  Maybe that will work for you.

Thanks,
George H. Meinschein, P.E.
 
Meinschein Engineering Consultants, LLC
150 Brittany Drive
Freehold, NJ 07728-1500
Direct Dial: 732-409-0778
Cell: 732-580-1736
Fax: 732-358-0369
www.meinscheinengineering.com

On 10/29/2019 6:36 PM, Steven H via Groups.Io wrote:

There is a HSM Jan/Feb 2004 issue on eBay for $9.99 plus $4 shipping.
 
Steve Haskell
 
On Oct 29, 2019, at 5:22 PM, mike allen <animal@...> wrote:
 
        I just checked the back order site at HSM lookin for he Jan/Feb 2004 issue with plans for a taper attachment for the 9 " lathe . they don't go back that far. does anyone here have a copy that they might send me ?
 
        tks
 
        animal@...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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