So that shows then there are two types. The early ones (mines about 1967-68) with grease nipple type oilers and the later ones. My Harrison M250...
That must be a later version. Mine look like grease nipples but are actually designed for use with an oil gun.
Thanks! My brother speaks Russian...
I was wondering if it would be. On my M250 the clutch Belleville washer pack had been assembled in a completely random fashion. This was allowing...
I am not the best with computers, by my own admission. I was wondering if anyone knows if there is a way to get subtitles on a YouTube...
That's interesting. There is a Belleville washer pack on the M250 feed shaft, it acts as a preload spring to control an over torque release clutch.
I've just noticed that leaning up against the shed behind the lathe bed you have got the legs off a Drummond Model B stand. I recognise them...
Fantastic job, I just hope mine looks as good. I will try to get back to you on the oil question.
Well he was right, it is!
You get huge respect from me. And not purely owing to your obvious technical knowledge and skill. A large part of it is due to the fact that you...
I've done a lot of subsea stuff with diamond wire saws. You get very adept at fixing them.
It is 316 stainless steel.
There's one of these in there. I just have to get it out.
Tell me about it. My Harrison Mill is riddled with it. Degreaser. Blowgun. Pipecleaners. Rifle brushes. Dynamite.
Really nice machine. Nice job on the chuck.
Has the machine got a tailstock? I assume you took it off to load the lathe in your van?
The only problem with that statement is that we do.
I made a mistake in post 249 above and it's now too late to edit. The Loctite I used us called AA307. The procedure for using it is as I described.
Some reassembly of the saddle done. Put the leadscrew nut on. I also fitted the three lubrication nipples I made. I Loctited these in with AA403....
Very nice lathe.
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