Myford lathe H 2 Model Manual

  1. desmo11225 Forum Supporter

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    Hello again folks, We have just been given a Myford Lathe , it's very old and has Myford H 2 on the cast iron frame , it all looks reasonably OK but I cannot find a manual for it , surely there must be one some where or the equivalent, Would You help me please. desmo11225
     
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  3. Nick67GT

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    One of the model engineering forums (?) would be a good start.
     
  4. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    Afaik myford didn't sell a H2 a quick pic will identify the lathe then finding a manual is possible.

    If its a 7 should find most of what you need here.

    https://store.lathes.co.uk/myford
     
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    Hello Every one here are the pics as promised , I hope I can get a manual for it, Thank's All desmo11225
     
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  8. desmo11225 Forum Supporter

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    Hi Adrian. Thank's for that , yes it is wood. but which docs do I select, there are so many , when I click that link. Thank's desmo11225
     
  9. AdrianH Member

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    Just search in there for Myford ML4 there are two documents a brochure and pages from a book called manual.

    Or to save you time.
     
  10. desmo11225 Forum Supporter

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    Hello AdrianH, Thank You for your reply , I have really tried to download the brochure and manual which would be a nice little start , I can just about read the manual on the computer but it wont let me print it off I think I could enlarge it on my copier if I could, is there another way ????? At least they both prove that my lathe exists.
    I looked at your web site, very impressive I must say. Thank You once again, I'll get there in the end no doubt. desmo11225
     
  11. spencer 427

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    Yes. It's definitely an ml4
     
  12. desmo11225 Forum Supporter

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    Hello Adrian, Sorry but I have printed off The Manual and Brochure now with a bit more computerising it was the printer itself and not a very good 93 year old computerider . Thank You Very much. desmo11225
     
  13. desmo11225 Forum Supporter

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    Hello Adrian ,I printed it off but it is too small to read, so I'm trying again , the gap in replying was caused by Microsoft Edge sorry . desmo11225
     
  14. Windy Miller Forum Supporter

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    If you like, I can try to print it out on A3 for you and stick it in the post?
     
  15. desmo11225 Forum Supporter

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    Hello Windy Miller, That would be really very kind of you , let me know the cost and I would re emburse you ,it would be good to lubricate every thing before I really use it , I have it at full speed at the moment and it runs very smoothly with no load of course. I have also caused confusion by calling it an H2 , that's reading it with not enough light. its an A2 DI 922 SORRY EVERYONE. All the Best desmo11225
     
  16. Windy Miller Forum Supporter

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    Right printing all done - send me a PM with your postal address, and I'll get that off to you today.

    Did you notice that page 5 was missing from the manual?
     
  17. gaz1

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    ive just posted the pdf link to the manual for the ml4 lathe
     
  18. desmo11225 Forum Supporter

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    Hello Windy Miller, That's great but how do you post a PM , would some one help me please????? desmo11225
     
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    Right click on his name and you will see the option to start a conversation with him.
     
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