Show us your lathe!

All discussion about lathes including but not limited to: South Bend, Hardinge, Logan, Monarch, Clausing and other HSM lathes, including imports

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spro
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Re: Show us your lathe!

Post by spro » Wed May 08, 2019 5:20 pm

Very impressive and creative work, pat1027. We don't see that many South Bends of that age around. I believe these were the "N" series. I have a 1933 11" and has the same type QCGB and apron. The support of the co shaft and motor is really heavy biz. The reason is, course, these were designed for overhead line shafts. The line shaft cones presented "pulling up" of the spindle to balance the work load at the bearings. The way it was constructed with an individual motor , co shaft above, was the way to drive it. Mine has the "silent chain" drive and huge motor but only a project now.
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Re: Show us your lathe!

Post by Jim Dobson » Thu May 09, 2019 12:17 am

Here's a vid of some mods I've done to me Sieg C6 also sold as the Grizzly G0516, Hare & Forbes AL-60, Axminster Metal Lathe

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https://youtu.be/5glxMpnOq_E
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Re: Show us your lathe!

Post by RSG » Fri May 10, 2019 7:08 am

Nice Jim!
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