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INSTRUCTION AND PARTS MANUAL


MANUAL NO-.3934
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YOUR NEW LeBLOND LATHE
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Your new LeBlond Lathe, one of the finest mach-
ines of its kind in the world, has been designed
by highly trained engineers of long experience,
and built by craftsmen with care and pride. It
will give you a long life of precision work with
minimum maintenance if the fundamentals of good
operation are followed. This book is intended to
aid you by providing specific instructions for op-
erating and maintaining' your lathe.

The Parts Section supplies you with the correct


information to order necessary parts. Each unit
is illustrated either in sectional or exploded view
or both. Each part is listed by name, key number
and quantity. Your order will be facilitated if the
lathe serial number (found on the front flat way at
the tail stock end), the part key number, name
and quantity required are included with your order.

Your lathe may differ slightly from those illus-


( ) trated here due to engineering changes. This
j IT means that LeBlond is continually striving to
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give you the best and most, modern equipment


available for your turning requIrements.

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MACHINE TOOL
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
12. Turn the disconnect to "Off" when changing
chucks or fixtures.
You are about to operate one of the world's finest and
safest lathes. Follow these safety rules, and you will 13. Always use impact resisting safety glasses.
receive many years of safe and dependable service.
14. Lifting equipment should be used for heavy chucks
We urge that this machine be operated and equipped in and materials.
strict accordance with all local, state and federal safety
regulations. 15. Chucks should always be started on the lathe spindle
by hand, and the chuck wrench removed immedi-
DON'T neglect your responsibility to see that this ately after the chuck is adjusted or the work re-
machine is operated, maintained, and equipped with moved. Never put an extension bar on the chuck
total regard for operator safety. No one can be re- wrench or hit it with a hammer.
sponsible for your neglect but you.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONSIN OPERATING 16. Filing workpieces being rotated under power is ex-
A LATHE tremely hazardous and is not recommended.

17. All guards should be replaced before the lathe is


1. Study this manual before attempting to run the
machine. put into operation after removal for any reason.

2. Be alert for loose, worn, or broken parts. Report 18. Shop employees should wear appropriate safety
all of these items and any unusual noise or action equipment for the conditions prevailing.
of the machine to your supervisor. 19. Continuous spiral chips should be removed with a
hooked rod, never with the hand; small chips should
3. Keep your lathe properly maintained. Perform all be removed with a brush. Remove chips only after
maintenance in accordance with this manual.
the lathe has completely stopped. Do not use [
hose to clean any machine tool. "--
4. Keep your lathe clean. Keep the work areas of the
lathe clear of piled up chips, rags, tools, gages, 20. Never let bar stock extend through the rear of the
shims, etc.
spindle uncovered and/or unsupported.
5. Never wear loose clothing or jewelry which could
become entangled in the machine or work piece. 21. Get first aid immediately for any injury.

6. Never lay tools on the machine where they might in- 22. Oil or coolant on the machine shop floor should be
terfere with the operation of the machine or where cleaned up as soon as they are discovered, to pre-
vent slips and falls.
they might become entangled in the work, chuck or
chips.
23. The actual cutting operation can produce sharp
edges and considerable heat. Be careful when hand-
7. Always check the tightness of the chuck mounting, ling workpiece.
the rigidity of the work piece mounting and all ad-
justments and clamps before starting the machine.
24. The movement of the carriage and cross slide may
8. Be alert whenever operating the machine. create pinch points, the operator must avoid these
points.
9. Never reach into the work area of the machine while
the spindle is turning ..... for any reason. 25. Mter the machine has been shut down, always
assume the setup has been tampered with. Recheck
10. Never operate spindle mounted accessories above the rigidity of the setup.
their rated speeds. If an accessory other than that
specifically built for the LeBlond lathe is used, 26. High voltage is used to power this machine. Only
check with the manufacturer for its maximum safe authorized electricians should correct any electri-
operatiftg .speed. cal component failure.

11. Never reach across moving parts. It is impossible to foresee all possible
uses, mis-uses and applications of this
machine. Your best protection against
injuries is to use common sense and to
All materials and lifting devices should be of think before attempting any questionable
sufficient capacity to handle weight of machine. uses of this machine.
Refer to machine specifications for correct ma-
chine weight.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER USE OF WORK HOLDING DEVICES

(Work holding devices include all devices used The efficiency of the work holding device may
for driving, holding and retaining the workpiece be significantly affected by lack of lubrication
fl or lack of periodic cleaning. It is not uncom-
so that cutting can be performed.)
mon for a jawed work holding device to yield
The employee should have a general under- only one-half its normal gripping ability when
standing that proper feeds, speeds and depth of not lubricated or when dirty. This, of course,
cut depend upon (1) the material being cut, (2) can affect its ability to hold the part safely,
whether the cut is continuous or intermittant, even at actuator pressures calculated to be
(3) the tooling, (4) rigidity of both the work hold- adequate.
ing device and the workpiece and (5) the clamping
force applied by the work holding device to the The need for lubrication and cleaning varies
workpiece. significantly with the type of work and material.
It is only possible to correlate actuator force to
The employee should also be aware of the fact jaw force in a clean, not badly worn, welllub-
that the clamping force is affected by (1) the ricated, work holding device.
condition of the work holding device, (2) pres-
sure in the actuator (power clamping), (3) the One way to determine the gripping performance
screw on scroll (manual clamping), (4) work is to measure the force at the jaws with a gage.
rpm, (5) jaw location, (6) jaw weight, and (7)
workpiece configuration. The gripping members (jaws) are subject to
wear and damage during use and as such can
become ineffective in holding the workpiece.
The holding ability of the work holding device is Periodic inspection and maintenance, when re-
determined by (1) the clamping force, (2) type quired, should be performed to insure that proper
of surface of the gripping member, which could gripping ability is maintained.
be line contact, penetrating contact, or area
contact, (4) the workpiece configuration and (5) NOTE: It is strongly recommended that only
the distance from the chuck face to where jaws spring-loaded, self-ejecting, safety wrenches
contact the workpiece. be used on all manual chucks.

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SPECIFICATIONS 3-4
INSTAllATION n
Dimension Drawings 5-6
Foundation 7
Cleaning 7
Moving and Lifting . 7
Electrical Connections " . 8
Leveling 8 !
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lUBR ICATlON 9
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND NOMENCLATURE
Headstock ... 10
Spindle Control 10
Electric Brake . 10
Servo-Shift 10
Quick Change Box 11
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Feed Rod and Leadscrew . 11
The Leadscrew 11
Apron 12
The Carriage and Compound Rest 12
Tailstock 13
Alignment of Centers 13
Bed 13
Coolant System 13
ATTACHMENTS
Taper Attachment 14
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Chasing Dial 14
Steady Rest . 14
Follow Rest . 15 I
Micrometer Carriage Stop. 15
Chasing Threads _ 16 !'
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MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS


Trouble Shooting Chart . . 18-19-20
Headstock Spindle Bearing Adjustment 20
Servo-Shift Pressure Adjustment 21
Belt Tension Adjustment 21
Leadscrew Adjustment 21 .i
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Cross Slide and Top Slide Gib Adjustment 22 ( J

Carriage Rear Gib Adjustment . 22


Carriage Front Gib Adjustment . 22
Electrical Wiring Diagrams . . 23-34
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORDERING PARTS 35
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REPAIR PARTS INDEX . 35
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SPECIFICATIONS FOR LEBLOND REGALS
rl SIZE 15" 19"
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apacity
15-1/2" 390 mm 19-1/4" 490 mm
r~f iT Swing over cross slide
Swing over
Distance bed & centers,
between carriage base
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wingslength. .
9-1/2"
30"
240 mm
760 mm
12-1/4"
54"
310 mm
1370 mm
Size of tool-forged .. 1/2" x 1" 13 x 25 mm 5/8" x 1-1/4" 16 x 30 mm
Size of tool holder .. 1/2" X 1-1/8" 13 x 30 mm 5/8" x 1-3/8" 16 x 35 mm
Steady rest capacity . 1/2" to 4" 13 to 100 mm 1/2" to 6" 12 to 150 mm
Follow rest capacity. 1/2" to 2-3/4" 13 to 70 mm 1/2" to 3-3/4" 12 to 95 mm
Face plate, small diameter 8" 205 mm 9-1/2" 240 mm
Face plate, large diameter 14" 355 mm 17" 430 mm

Headstock
Spindle speeds, number 12 12
rl Spindle speed ranges:
il jIi Low range, rpm . 30 - 1200 (Optional) 25 - 1000 (Optional)
High range, rpm . 45 - 1800 40-1600
Spindle bearings number of 3 3
Spindle bearing diameters:
Front 3-11/32" 85 mm 4-1/4" 108 mm
Center . 3" 76 mm 4" 102 mm
Rear . 2-3/4" 70 mm 3-3/4" 95 mm
Front spindle bearing, Timken precision
Outside diameter . 5-1/8" 130 mm 6-1/2" 165 mm
Radial load at 100 rpm . 11,5091bs. 5225 kg 16,372 lbs. 7432 kg
Thrust load at 100 rpm . 87531bs. 3974 kg 13,9401bs. 6328 kg
Center spindle, roller bearing
Outside diameter . 4-5/16" 110mm 5-3/4" 146 mm
Radial load at 100 rpm 5300 lbs. 2406 kg 76181bs. 3458 kg
Rear spindle, ball bearing
Outside diameter ..... 4-5/16" 110mm 5-11/16" 145 mm
Radial load at 100 rpm 3800 lbs. 1725 kg 59401bs. 2696 kg
Spindle size of hole, straight . 2-17/64" 57 mm 3-1/16" 78 mm
Spindle, size of hole, taper, . Amer. Std. 250 Amer. Std. 350
Spindle size of center, Morse . #3 #4
Spindle nose, taper key drive, size . L-1 L-2
Spindle nose, diameter large end of taper. 4-1/8" 105 mm 5-1/4" 133 mm
Bed
Length, standard 5' 6-1/4" 1680 mm 8' 3" 2520 mm
Width . 12-3/16" 310mm 14-3/8" 365 mm
Depth . 10-1/4" 260 mm 11-1/2" 295 mm

Carriage
Length on bed: .. 19-7/8" 500 mm 21" 535 mm
Bearing surface 67-1/2" 43, 540 sq mm 89" 225 mm
Bridge width ... 6-1/4" 160 mm 7-7/8" 200 mm
Cross slide travel without taper aU. 8-7/8" 225 mm 11-1/4" 285 mm
Cross slide travel with taper aU. 7-7/8" 200 mm 9-5/8" 245 mm
Compound rest travel . 3-7/8" 100 mm 4-3/8" 110mm
Feeds-Threads
Feed changes, gear or belt drive 48 40 48 40
Feed range . .0018-.104ipr . 05-2.6mm/v .0018-.104ipr .05-2.6mm/v
Thread changes gear drive only 48 40 48 40
Threads . 2 to 112 2 to 112
M. M. PitC:h . .25 to 14 mm .25 to 14 mm
Leadscrew diameter . 1-3/16" 30 mm 1-3/16" 30 mm

"''''ilstock
Spindle diameter . 1-:15/16" 50 mm 2-7/16" 62 mm
"-- Center, Morse . #3 #4
Spindle travel & set over right or left 5", 1" 125mm,25mm 7", 1" 180mm,25mm

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163.000
67.875
115.000
123.000
208.187
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147.000
195.000
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58.312
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208.187
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139.000
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INSTALLATION

Foundation Moving and Lifting


n The floor upon which your lathe is to be set It is usually convenient to leave the mac hine
should be flat and heavy enough to support the on the skids when removing the crating. Thus
weight of the machine without noticeable de- the machine can be moved on the skids to its
flection. If such a floor is not available, it may final location. This is particularly true where
be necessary to construct a special foundation crane facilities are not available.
in order to eliminate frequent need for re-
leveling and re-alignment.
Concrete Floors. In order to minimize mach- Fig. 1
LATHES WITH THREE
ine vibration and deflection, a reinforced con- OR MORE LEGS USE
crete floor serves as the best foundation. All

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THIS STEADYING CHAIN
Regal lathes require a minimum of 6" rein-
forced concrete.

Wood Floors. Many shop floors are made of


wood block or some other type of vibration
dampening material which covers a concrete
sub-floor. This material should be taken up
and the area filled in withconcrete to the floor
level.

In case the floor is of timber construction, the


usual practice is to cut a hole in the floor and
build up with reinforced concrete from the II
ground.

, Second Floor. Your Regal should always be


.~ located over a pillar or supporting beams. If
no such support is available, one or more pil-
lars should be installed, if your Regal is to SHEAR AND ROD
remain accurate and level. PROTECTION

Cleaning
For shipment, all oil was drawn from the res-
ervoirs, and all polished and unpainted surfaces
were well covered with a slushing compound.

The slushing compound is best removed by


washing with kerosene or benzene. Do not use
an air hose. Air pressure will drive in be-
tween the bearing surfaces any grit and dirt
picked up in transit. Raise the cross slide o
guards, clean the screw and slides, remove
the bedway wipers and clean thoroughly. When
all the unpainted and polished surfaces are
wiped clean, put a light coat of machine oil
on them to protect them from rust. Frequent
cleaning and oiling of these parts will increase
the useful life of your Regal.
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Before startil1g the machine, consult the sec-
tion on "Lubrication" for the proper lubrica-
tion points and the fillers for the reservoirs.
\1:ake sure the machine is properly lubricated
"'--_.Jefore starting in order to avoid damaging any ESTIMATE CENTER OF WEIGHT
bearing surfaces.

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However, if cranes are available, the following In order to hold the level and prevent the lev-
instructions should be followed. For Regals
with cwo legs, insert a heavy board or flat
eling sc rews from digging into a conc rete floor,
smooth steel plates are furnished with each
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steel bar under the bed at the estimated center machine. Measuring approximately 2-1/2"
of weight. Sling on eac h end of the board or bar (65 mm) in diameter, 3/8" (10 mm) thick, and
using another board to protect the control rods. countersunk 1/16" (1. 5 mm) deep for seating
Raise the machine slightly to assure proper the leveling screws, these plates should be
balance before continuing. (See Figure 1). surfaced against the concrete. If necessary,
For Regals with three or more legs, follow chip the concrete before placing the plates
the same procedure but add a chain from the under the leveling screws. See Figure 2.
crane hook to a cross girth at the tail end of Never use a resilient t y P e of vibration
the lathe. This will help ste;'ldy the set-up. dampening device, such as a rubber under the
NOTE: Make sure the carriage clamp screw is leveling screws. These devices make it dif-
ficult, if not impossible to maintain accurate r
loosened before moving the carriage. The car-
level.
riage and tail stock may be moved to help bal-
ance the lathe for moving by crane.
Electrical Connections
If hol~-down bolts must be used, LeBlond
Liqui-Lag is recommended. Follow instruc-
tions in the kit. Do not layoff holes in advance
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The name plate on the control specifies the operating from the dimensional drawings.
voltage and whether the current should be direct
(D. c.) or alternating (A. C.).If alternating current is
specified, the voltage, frequently (cycles and num-
Next, level the lathe by means of leveling
sc rews provided using a precision level. An
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ber of phases) are shown. If there is any doubt about ordinary carpenter's level or combination
the current and voltage, call your local power and square level is not sensitive enough. See Fig- t
light company and verify the supply. If the re is a ure 3. r'llj
difference, advise us before connecting, and avoid Proceed as follows: Level across the bedways
burning out or otherwise damaging the motor. at both the head and the tailend, using parallel
blocks on the front flat and the rear hardened
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way. NOTE: The rear way of your Regal is
A customer supplied equipment ground must be
provided in accordance with National Electrical .0625" (1. 52 mm) higher than the front flat.
Code, article 250, section 250-83. Use a #8 AWG Use gauge blocks to make up the difference. I
wire to connect the enclosure ground stud to the Leveling is accomplished by adjusting the l.
ground electrode. leveling screws until the bubble is in the center
of the glass bowl. If the bed of your machine
Leveling has one or more center legs, level across them
Your LeBlond Regal Lathe was aligned and ac- also. The reading must be exactly the same tJ
curately checked with the lathe in perfect level. in all positions.
In order to reproduce this accuracy in your Then, level lengthwise on the rearway at the
shop, it is essential that your lathe be leveled head and tail ends and at each center leg. ! j

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on the importance of properly leveling your If-fiora~own· ~ootts--<fre ugue-d,draw them---to---------
lathe. light contact after leveling. Do not tighten
bolts excessively as this may twist the bed of
the lathe out of level. CAUTION: You should
LEG always recheck your level after tightening the
.500 DIA STUD X 4.250 LG. hold-down bolts. Never bed the legs of your
#004255-00 Regal in concrete as this will preclude any re-
Y'z-13NC-3 JAM NUT leveling of the machine.
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lEVEL ACROSS WAYS AT THESE POINTS Fig. 3


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TAP THRU PARAllEL STRIP
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MIX e. APPLY AS PER INSTRUCTION SHEET GIVEN
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lEVELING SCREWS
IN EACH LeBLOND L10UI-LAG PACKAGE
IF LATHE HAS MIDDLE lEG, lEVEL ACROSS
8 Fig. 2 WAYS DIRECTLYABOVE lEGS.
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LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS 15" & 1911 REGAL LATHE
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HEAD 141DAILY.
TO FILLON
LUBRICATION
LEVEL OILERS
OIL IN DAILY.
STRUCTIONS
SIGHT USECLASS
GAGE. SAE
CHECK20W -20 API
SIGHT CLASS
GAGE SC HT CAP
DAILY.
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GEAR
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FILL
COVER 15"
QTS.
19".
ENGINE
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ON
WEEKLY
WITH (ASLE
QT.USE
FRONT
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SAE
WEEKLY. USE SAE
WITH
USE 20WNO.
OF
(ASLE
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SAE
USE 20W-20
SAE
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QUICK
SAE 20W
20W-20
APIZOW -20API
CHANGE
(ASLE
No.H-31S).
20W -20 APIAPI
API
CLASS
-20 NO.
SC
API BOX
CLASS
CLASS
CLASS SCTO
ENGINE
CLASS SC
H-315).
SCSC LEVEL
ENGINE
SC ENGINE
ENGINE
OIL. ON
OIL.
(ASLE
ENGINE OIL
OIL.
OIL. SIG
(ASLE
No.
OIL. (ASLE
(ASLE No.
H-31S).
(ASLE No. .
No.GAGE
FILL
API
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CHECK
APRON WEEKLY.
QTS. CLASS
No.H-31SL
H-31S).
COMPOUND
CROSS
LUBRICATE FEEDOIL.
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FILL SC
(ASLE
CARRIAGE.
NUT-
REST-
DAY
DAILY.
OIL ENGINE
No.H-31S)
REMOVE
BEFORE
FILL OIL.
BEDWAYS
OILERS
STARTING
SCREW WEEKLY
AND ON CROSS
LATHE
TOP
WITH OF
PUMP
SLIDE.
SAE
BOTTOM20W-20
PLUNGERSLIDE
API
UNTIL
AND
CLASS
AILY. OIL
BOX APPEARS
QUADRANT
HEADSTOCK
TAPER
CRAWL -REMOVE
HANGE LUBRICATE-REMOVE
ATTACHMENT-
SPEED
FEED IN HEAD
ROD CAP.
- RESERVOIR
No.
TELL-TALE
GEAR-REMOVE
HEAD END
END
LUBRICATE
AND 2 WEEKLY
(IFH-31S).
HEADQTS.
HOLE
COVER.
COVER.
EQUIPPED)
CONTROL AT
END USE
FILL
FILL
LINKAGE TO
RIGHTSAE
COVER.
FILLOIL
THRU 20W
LEVEL
HAND
CUP -20
ON
LUBRICATE
PLUG
OILERS
WEEKLY ON API
OIL
SHEAR
UNDER
WITH CLASS
SIDESIGHT
SAE GAGE.
WIPER SC
QUADRANT
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USE OF LUBRICANTS OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED VOID MACHINE WARRANTY.


SEE MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR DETAILED LUBE INSTRUCTIONS.
SPECIFICATION MIL-L-15017 VISCOSITY 21rOH (SAE 20) 014638-01

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND NOMENCLATURE


turning the spindle control dial (B) to STOP to
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ro help you understand your Regal, you will
ind the following a general description, and engage the brake. The headstock gears will be
'perational procedure for each of the major automatically shifted. Spindle speeds can be
:nits that make up your lathe. preselected at any time during the cutting operation
because shifting will not take place until the brake is
engaged.

During the shifting cycle, always permit the crawl


ieadstock speed mechanism to oscillate the spindle several
times before moving the spindle control dial from
'our new Regal Headstock, Figure 6, provides the STOP position. This will insure complete gear
dght (8) gear-driven spindle speeds and four engagement and prevent the possibility of clashing.
4) belt driven spindle speeds for smooth, quiet
,peration. No gears, other than the feed gears, NOTE: Do not allow the shift motor to oscillate for
,re in mesh on the spindle when in the belt more than one (1) minute. If the motor oscillates for
'ange. The spindle is supported by three bear- a period of several minutes the thermogard built into
ngs, two Timkens and one Ball (rear) bearing. the shift motor is likely to open, which will shut the
machine down.

Note: The amount of spindle oscillation during l-}ji


»pindle Control the shifting cycle will vary according to the
speed selected.
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'he STOP position of the spindle control dial (B)


pplies the brake. A neutral position on either side of
he STOP position allows the spindle to coast. The
,'WD position of the dial will revolve the spindle
orward. The REV position of .the dial will revolve
~
he spindle in reverse. A safety pin can be engaged to
revent accidental shifting into reverse. j
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o "free wheel" the spindle, when inspecting or
leasuring workpieces, turn Servo-Shift dial (A) to
h.eneutral position marked "N".

'he standard spindle nose is an American Standard


'ype L taper key drive. A 6" DI camlock spindle can
e furnished on 15" models and an 8" DI camlock
pindle can be furnished on 19" models. The small
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'lifter (C) at the upper left of the Headstock, is the
~verse to the feed and leadscl'ew. The lower shifter ,
D), on the left of the head, is the feed drive l···l
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ompound, providing coarse and fine feeds and
lIeads. Regal Headstocks have hardened steel gears
)r long life and trouble-free operation, and all shafts
re supported on anti-friction bearings.

laTE: Always rotate the Servo Shift Dial "A" at


~ast one position and complete a shift cycle each !LJ}
ime the disconnect switch (located on the back of
lectrical panel) is turned on (or main power
pplied). This assures that the Servo Shift Dial "A"
~ads the correct speed of the headstock .
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;ervo-Shift (Fig:6) Fig. 6
'our Regal is equipped with Servo-Shift, allowing
pin die speeds to be changed simply by turning the
ervo-Shift Dial (A) to the desired speed, and
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fl
Box consists of pick-off gears readily accessible by
opening head end door cover. This arrangement
permits the use of metric translating gears and other
gears to obtain unusual feeds and threads.

CAUTION: Do not run spindle above 300 RPM


when feed range is in "E" position. This could result
in damage to end gearing.

Feed Rod and Leadscrew (Fig. 8)

The Feed Rod (H) transmits the power from


the Quick Change Box to the apron through a
safety overload device (I) located at the Quick
Change Box end of the Feed Rod. Should the
carriage meet with any obstruction on the bed,
the safety device will release and prevent
damage to the feed mechanism of the lathe.
As soon as the obstruction is removed, the
feed safety device engages automatically.
Totally Enclosed
Quick Change Box (Fig. 7)

The Leadscrew
The feed reverse and compounding gears are
entirely within the head. A single gear train The Leadscrew (J) is used only for thread cut-
on the end of the lathe eliminates overhang of
the bearings and gives a powerful, quiet drive. ting and may be disengaged when not in use
through a sliding gear (K). This gear is located
on the feed box end of the screw and can be
Forty-eight inch and 40 metric feed and thread engaged with, or disengaged from the feed rod
changes are obtained by an eight position gear by a short sliding movement on the lead-
tumbler (E), a three position compound (F) in screw. When not chasing threads, disengage
the feed box, a two position compound (G), the sliding gear so the leadscrew does not
and an inch/metric knob (H) on the headstock. revolve.
To cut in inch feeds and threads the knob (H)
should be pushed in. To cut in metric feeds
and threads the knob should be pulled out. On some lathes of this type, where splined
leadscrews are used to drive the feed, the
Fine changes of feeds or threads are obtained
leadscrew is subject to torsional strains at
as indicated on the index plate by pulling out all times and soon becomes inaccurate, The
the tumbler handle and depressing to disen-
key engaging the spline in the leadscrew also
gage the tumbler gear, then sliding the tumbler
burrs the edges of the threads which cause the
along the sleeve to the proper location and leadscrew to act as a tap constantly wearing
lifting the handle to bring the gears into en- the half nuts. The leadscrew on a Regal re-
gagement. When the gears are in engagement, mains accurate for the life of the machine as
the plunger in the handle locks the tumbler in it is not subject to these conditions.
place. A series of slots milled in the shifter
lock-plate mounted on the Quick Change Box
above the handle and a pin engaging the slots, fig. 8
prevent the tumbler gear from engaging two
gears at anyone time.

The Direct Reading Index Plate is mounted on the


Quick Change Box directly over the tumbler handle.
The numbers on the plate refer to threads or feeds
that thecJ.eadscrewand the gear combination will cut
when the' tumbler is engaged directly under the
number on the index plate. "E" and "F" refer to the
location of the compound feed handle on the head
and the letters refer to the position of the compound
change lever on the feed box.

11
pron
le Regal Apron (Figure 9) isa double-walled The cross-slide often referred to as the bottom-
e piece casting in which all shafts and gears slide, (0), provides for cross motion of the n
e supported on both ends. This unit is bolted tool by hand or power.
curely to the carriage and contains the con-
:>ls, gears, and other mechanisms for feed-
~ the carriage and cross slide by hand or The swivel, (P), and the topslide, (Q), provide
wer. It also contains the half nuts controlled angular hand feed. To adjust the angle of the
lever (L) which engages the leadscrew for top slide, loosen nuts (1) and (2), swivel the
read chasing. unit to the desired angle as indicated by the
graduation (R), and retighten nuts (1) and (2).
)wer is supplied to the apron through the
vel pinion which is driven by a six splined I
,d rod. Positive jaw clutches are employed
direct the power to the rack pinion for length Both the crossfeed dial, (S), and the topslide dial, (T), flI 7
,d and the cross feed screw for crossfeed. are direct reading in both inch and metric gradu-
ations .. 010 on the crossfeed dial advances or retract~
single lever (M) is employed to engage both the slide .005, thus reducing or increasing a given
19th and cross feeds. An instruction plate diameter by .010. The topslide dial is calibrated in
)unted to the left of the feed control lever the same manner. However, the angle at which the
iicates the position for cross and length feed. topslide is set must be taken into consideration when
l interference device prevents the engage- computing tool advances. For this reason it Is
~nt of the half nuts and the feed at the same
generally considered good practice to use a cross slide
ne. Do not attempt to force the feed control
rer or the half nut lever when the other is adjustment for sizing when turning.
gaged.
ed Reverse Lever (V) givesfeed reverse control at
: apron in addition to normal feed reverse on the
Idstock. Very often the topslide is used for controlling . It
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the depths of a facing cut by setting the top l j ..~...


le large hand wheel (N),through a gear re- slide at 90 degrees. Under these conditions,
ction, revolves a rack pinion thus providing the advance of the tool will be one half that
od feed to the carriage. shown on the dial. II
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e apron spindle control dial (W) is located on the
h.tside of the apron. To zero crossfeed dial (S), hold handle and slide the
slip ring to zero position.
Ie Carriage and Compound Rest
Ie carriage, an H-shaped casting, is fitted To zero the topslide dial (T), loosen locking nut at
and slides on the bedway; thus providing for bottom of dial and turn handle until zeroed. TiglJ.ten i,
19itudinal movement of. the tool by hand or locking nut.
wer.

It should be pointed out that the topslide dial is


graduated in diameter reduction for use in sizing
when the taper attachment is in use. The taper
attachment bottomslide draw bal, Figure 15, in its
locked position prevents the bottomslide from being
moved.

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CAUTION: The lathe operator should adjust
the topslide flush with the cross-slide for max-
imum tool support whenever possible. Need-
less overhang of the topslide will very often
result in chatter.
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Tailstock If your lathe is cutting shallow tapers, the a-
lignment of the tailstock center with the head-
stock is out of position. If the diameter is
The tailstock unit (Figure 10) is used to sup- larger at the headstock, the tailstock top must
port one end of the workpiece and to hold be moved to the back of the lathe. If the di-
drills, reamers, taps, etc. This unit can be ameter is larger at the tailstock, the tailstock
moved on the bedways to accommodate work- top must be moved toward the front of the lathe.
pieces of different length within the capacity of
the lathe. The tailstock consists of a top, bot- NOTE: Do not attempt to adjust side movement
rl tom, clamp, spindle and handwheel. with the bed clamp locked in position. Be sure
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the clamp is only in snug position; this allows


the top to move on the bottom. Always loosen
SPINDLE CLAMPING ADJUSTING HAND- the adjusting screw on the side of the tailstock
P NUTS SCREWS WHEEL in the direction you wish to move before turn-
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ing the other screw to move the tailstock top.
When you have moved it to the desired position,
retighten the original screw. These adjusting
sc rews only locate the top on the bottom and
should only be tightened to a snug fit.

Bed
TOP The bed (Figure 12) is th.e foundation of the
lathe. It supports the functioning units and pro-
vides an accurate guideway for these units
which move on it. Rigid in construction, it has
been scientifically designed with heavy girths
to minimize deflection.
Fig. 10 The ways are constructed of hardened and
ground high strength steel. Wear is kept to a
The tailstock top is fitted to the bottom and minimum with a hardness of 62-64 Rockwell C
held in position with a cross tongue. A side (600 Brinell). These ways are replaceable in
adjustment is provided to keep the center in event of accidental damage but with ordinary
line with the head, and for turning shallow care will outlast the lathe.
tapers by offsetting the spindle in relation to
the head.
Fig. 12

Alignment of Centers
When zero marks are in line on the tailstocks
top and bottom, centers are approximately in
line. But due to the fact that an error of a
l •• DOl" (.025 mm) misalignment cannot be seen,
a more sensitive test must be used for perfect
straight turning.

A test bar (Figure 11) should be made with


centered barstock; 2" (50 mm) diameter, 24"
(610 mm) long and with a 1/4" (6.35 mm)
undercut in the center. By taking a light cut
at both ends and measuring with a micrometer,
you can determine if the cut is straight or
tapered.

HEAD _ 24'-----~ TAIL


CENTERr ~ .----- I CENTER

I' ~; Coolant System


~- ; ~ 2'-
TOOL ---=-I-E3Ef==
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The optional coolant system consists of a
coolant tank, pump, and necessary hoses and
Fig. 11 piping.

13
Taper Attachment Chasing Dial
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The Regal telescopic taper attachment, Figure The chasing dial, Figure 16, permits the op-
15, is ruggedly constructed, accurately mach- erator to take a cut, back the tool out and re-
ined and simple to operate. Capacity on the turn the carriage to the starting point, set the
15" Regals is 3-1/2" (89 mm) maximum taper tool for the next cut, and re-engage the half
per foot and will turn 10" (250 mm) at one nut to pick up the same lead without stopping
or reversing the spindle.
setting. Capacity on the 19" Regals is 3-1/2"
(89 mm) maximum taper per foot and will turn
15" (380 mm) at one setting.
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When the carriage is brought into position for taper
The chasing or thread indicating dial consists I~
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of a worm wheel, which runs in the leads crew, j j
turning, the bed bracket (I) is locked on the bed and a shaft connected to an indicating dial.
ways. The slide rod draw bar is then locked by nut
(2). The swivel guide bar (3) is adjusted to the When chasing even numbered threads, the half-
desired taper by loosening nuts (A) and (B), adjusting nuts may be engaged at any line on the dial,
to the proper taper and retightening nuts (A) and odd numbered threads at any numbered line
(B). This guide is graduated in inches on one end and and half-threads at any odd numbered line.
mm on the other.
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With the taper bar clamp nut (4) loosened, the Steady Rest
tool is moved into position and nut (4) relocked. The steady rest, Figure 17, provides a fixed
When the carriage feed is engaged, the bed support between the head and tailstock for long
bracket and connecting rod hold the lower tap- round work while it is being turned. The rest
er bar in a fixed position in relation to the bed is also used to support one end of the work- l
and work. Movement of the carriage, slides piece when operations such as boring are ~
,.
gibbed block (5) along the taper bar. performed. l I
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The taper attachment bottom slide draw bar, in Steady rests are clamped in position on the
its locked position, prevents the cross slide bed by clamp nut (A). Proper position is gener-
from being moved. The compound rest dial is ally in the center of long workpieces for turn-
used in si~ngfor taper turning. For this rea- ing, and on one end for boring. Two types of
son the compound rest should be at the zero jaws are generally used on steady rests, plain
setting and square with the carriage. Avoid or bronze type and roller jaws -- adjustment
unnecessary overhang of this slide to prevent of these jaws should be made in the following
chatter. Lock screw (6) should be used during manner. Always adjust the bottom jaws first.
conventional turning.
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Fig. 17 between-center work against the forces of the


cut being taken. It is bolted to the carriage and
moves with it. This rest is very useful in turn-
ing long small diameter wor k and is a necess-
ity when chasing threads on long screws. With-
out a follow rest the screw would be inaccur-
ate, due to its springing away from the tool.

The follow rest is adjusted to the workpiece in


the following manner. First, the cut is started
and turned approximately 3". The jaws are
then set to the turned diameter after which the
cut can be taken across the entire length of the
work. When adjusting the jaws to the work,
make sure they support but do not bind or twist
the workpiece.

Micrometer Carriage Stop


The micrometer carriage stop, Figure 19, per-
These jaws should be positioned to keep the
mits the operator to bring the carriage to the
workpiece running true. The top jaw is then
same position accurately on the bed.
brought into light contact with the workpiece
to support the upward thrusting action that
occurs when the work is revolving. Be sure to
keep oil on the contact area between the jaw
tips and the work. Scoring is usually caused
by the top jaw being too tightly clamped and
lack of oil. Chatter is generally caused by the Fig. 19
top jaw being too loose.

Follow Rests
The follow rest, Figure 18, is used to support

Fig. 18

The stop is clamped on the front bed way with


nut (A). The des ign of the clamp prevents mar-
ring the hardened way while in use. A micro-
meter screw with hardened ends is turned by a
large knurled collar which has been graduated
for direct reading in thousandths of an inch.
The carriage is brought up against the end of
the stop by hand. Never run the carriage
against the stop with power feed.

15
Chasing Threads Tools used to cut threads are flat on top with no
back rake. A slight lip may be ground in the
An important function of an engine lathe is to side edges when cutting steel, but for other
chase threads. To cut a thread requires first, materials the top is usually absolutely flat.
that the work rotate; and, secondly, that the The front and side clearances on thread-cutting
tool advance along the axis of the work at a tools are very important. The side clearances
predetermined constant rate in relation to the must be also adjusted for the helix angle of
spindle rpm to cut the thread desired. the thread being cut. On threads 26 and finer,
this helix angle is negligible, but on coarse
Threads are commonly designated in the threads the amount of the helix angle is quite
English and Metric system by giving the num- appreciable and must be taken in consideration
ber of complete revolutions of the thread per when grinding clearance for the lead on the
inch length of the screw. If, for instance, the side of the tool.
chasing tool travels one inch along the screw
while it rotates twice, there will be two revo- To measure the number of threads per inch a
Lutions of thread in one inch, commonly called thread gauge is generally used, and is merely
two threads per inch. a cluster of individual gauges, each one of
which is cut with a thread tooth on a thin sec-
The leadscrew on a lathe is rotated by means tion of strip steel; so the teeth of only one
)f a gear train connection between the lead- gauge will properly mesh with the threads on
screw and the spindle. A nut mounted in the the screw tested. Each gauge is labeled with
lpron engages the leadscrew to move the car- the pitch of the teeth cut .on it.
riage. If, for instance, the leadscrew is 4
threads per inch, then for each r:.evolution of Another method is to lay a scale along the tops
:he leadscrew the carriage is moved 1/4" of the threads parallel to the axis of the screw
l.long the bed. If the spindle and the lead- with the end of the scale opposite the top point
,crew are geared so that the spindle rotates of a thread. Then, skipping the thread top
mce while the leadscrew rotates once, the directly below the end of the scale, count the
~arriage will move 1/4" per revolution of the number of tops until one falls directly below
,pindle, and the thread cut will be 4 threads an inch mark on the scale. The number of
Jer inch. If the leadscrew rotates twice as
thread tops thus counted, divided by the num-
:ast as the spindle, two threads per inch will ber of inches, gives the number of threads per
>e cut. If, on the other hand, the leadscrew inch. For example, suppose there were 27
rotates one-half as fast as the spindle, the thread tops under two inches of the scale (not
~arriage will move 1/8" per revolution of the counting the one under the end of the scale).
,pindle; thus eight (8) threads per inch will Then 27 divided by 2 = 13.5 threads per inch,
Je cut. or the thread is 1/13.5 or .074 of an inch
pitch.
:t is thus seen that threads of any desirable
Jitch can be cut, if an appropriate connection
>etween the spindle and the leadscrew is When cutting threads, it is necessary to set the
>rovided. tool at a right angle to the piece to be turned;
that is, the axis of the thread tool should be
)n standard change gear lathes, a quadrant exactly 90° from the axis of the work.
md loose change gears are provided to cut
rarious threads, and a chart placed on the gear
:over indicates the proper gears and positions
a mount them to cut each thread within the
Since chasing requires a number of cuts and
all must be in the same line of the cut of the
thread, it is necessary either to keep the half-
l
'ange of the gears. nut engaged on the leadscrew at all times and
return the carriage by reversing the spindle
)n the quick feed change lathes, such as the rotation through the motor drive, or to use an
~egal, the change gears are mounted in a gear indicator which meshes with the leadscrewand
ox, with a gear train between the spindle and shows when the half-nut can be engaged so that
ear box, providing the various ratios needed the tool will cut along the same thread. The
J cut different threads. The changes are made device used for this purpose is called a chasing
lerely by shifting levers on the box and the dial or thread indicator, and consists of a worm t
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eadstock. An index plate on the quick change wheel meshing with the leadscrew, and con- <

ox 'is plainly marked so that changes are nected by a short shaft to the indicating dial. I
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uickly and accurately made. The dial is calibrated with four numbered lines
and four others midway between them. lJ For
I
'he setting of the change gears in the quick even threads the half-nut may be closed when
hange box is the same, regardless of the form the index mark is. opposite any line ofI t the dial;
[ thread to be cut. The only change is in the for odd threads at any numbered line and for
ctual tool form used to cut the thread. half threads at any even numbered line. When
ready for the next cut, set the tool to the proper Thread Cutting Data
depth and engage the half-nut when the proper
line on the chasing dial is opposite the index
p mark and take another cut across the thread, * No. of Threads
Per Inch
No. of Chasing
Cuts
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nut engaged at all times. Return the carriage 8 18
by reversing the spindle rotation through the 10 14
motor drive. Diametral and module pitch 11 13
threads are chased the same way that metric 12 11
threads are chased keeping the half nut en- 13 10
r -le gaged at all times. 16 9
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20 8
The points just outlined are also true for taper
and internal threading. This table is based on .005" per cut allowing
an extra cutfor finish which is the actual prac-
We would again point out that the top edge of the tice in,our shop.
tool should always be set on the lathe center
line and the proper side and front clearance
must be allowed to clear the sides of the
threads.
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2.875
56
55
643.25
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486.563
5.75
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26
12
13.019
96
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488
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20
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MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS Ln


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following general rules will keep your 8. Use lubricant on dead tailstock n
centers.
line in best running condition and prevent
I time for maintenance and repair. 9. Keep tool tight in tool holde r.

Keep general work area clean. 10. Before chasing threads, wipe leadscrew
free from dirt and lightly oil.
Do not remove guards, - they are put on
[or safety and to keep dirt out of your lathe. 11. Check direction of feed before engaging
the tool to the workpiece.
Make sure the tail stock has been clamped
before turning between centers. 12. Always disconnect the power before leav-
ing lathe.
Don't use your lathe for a work bench,
Lathes have been wrecked by a wrench
lying on the ways between the carriage
and head. Be sure your lathe is properly lubricated at
all times and oil reservoirs are filled. See
section on "Lubrication".
Always keep the spindle nose, face plate,
~hucks and centers clean and dry. Dirt and
~rit between a face plate and the spindle From time to time your lathe may need minor
[lose may cause run out. adjustments. Read the proper section for mak-
ing these adjustments before performing ad-
Headstock and tailstock spindle holes as justing operations. Never tear a machine down
well as centers must be free from dirt leaving a box of parts for a service man. He
before inserting centers. is experienced in trouble shooting and chances
are he will save you Mme and money by doing
Tighten spindle lock nut securely before this work himself. Often corrections can be
5tarting lathe. made without tearing machine down.

Tool bit improperly ground SHOOTING


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possible and worknegative
manufacturer.
plates.
to tool is decreased.
holder. rake angle.
Spindle bearings worn

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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART (Continued)

TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE CORRECTION

Chatter Work improperly supported Adjust tail stock center. Use steady
(cont'd) rest or follow rest on long slender
shafts. Minimize tail stock barrel
extension.
n Vibration See "Vibration" trouble above.

Spindle bearing loose Adjust spindle bearings.


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turned not aligned
straight
Work improperly supported Use steady rest or follow rest.
Reduce overhang from chuck.

Bed not level Relevel bed, using precision level.

Tool not on center when using Put tool on center.


taper attachment

Work out Work loose between centers or Adjust tail stock center. Regrind
of round centers are excessively worn -- centers. Lap work centers.
work centers out of round

Loose headstock spindle bearings Adjust headstock spindle bearings


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Cross slide Gib setting too tight or too loose Adjust gibs.
or compound
rest movement
does not coin- Work is too long and slender Use steady rest or follow rest.
cide with dial
movement of
respective ad-
i justing screw.
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! • Spindle does not Headstock gears in neutral position. See hydraulic shift malfunction.
rotate. (Main
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drive motor Broken key in drive pulley, timing belt Replace broken key.
running) pulley or internal shaft.

Main drive belts broken. Replace belts.


ii
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Timing belt broken. (High speeds only) Replace timing belt.

Main drive motor Motor overloads tripped. Reset overloads.


does not operate.
Drive train bound. Remove V-belts. If motor operates,
locate cause of binding in headstock.

Brake engaged. -- Correct circuit fault. (See electrical


diagrams)
Motor starter failure. Rotate motor by hand. If not free,
replace bearings.

No signal to starter. Correct circuit fault. (See electrical


diagrams)

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TROUBLE Brake
V-belts
Dial armature
worn
PROBABLE or worn.
loose.
CAUSE rod.
Add oil.
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Zero limit
Brake
Pump
Cloggedspeed switch
failure.
failure
inlet (No failure.
(Brake
malfunction.
detector
line. electrical
failure. Free
Clear
armature
power)brake
CORRECTION
bound)
Replace
Restore
Repair
Check
Readjust
Correct armature.
obstruction.
brake
slide
filter.
pump
starter
brake
orcircuit
for replace
limit
or
zero armature.
valve.
motor.
relay.
pump.
voltage.
excessive shifter
gear(s)
line.
switch.
replace
fault
speed diagrams)
or(Seeforks.
orelectrical
(See
unit.
temperature
V-belts.
(See electrical
repair
detector. electrical
connecting
rise.
motor.
occurs.
oscillation
oscillates)
operates, of
If present, but
diagrams) correct Motor motor
fault.Pump phase loss (2 phase operation)
starter.

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Vhen adjusting the spindle bearing, use small


ace plate on spindle nose. Remember that a
:light drag should be felt when the bearing is
.djusted correctly.
Remove the head cover.
Locate the two hex head set screws (1) on
the center bearing nut. Loosen. l.. .J

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Tighten (or loosen) the center bearing nut
(2). This is the adjusting nut.
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The servo-shift pressure is adjustable. For the 15"
lathe the pressure range is 200 minumum to 250
P.S.I. maximum; for the 19" lathe the range is 250
minimum to 300 P.S.I. maximum.

Timing Belt Replacement


To remove the timing belt slide the belt off the
spindle pulley first and then off drive pulley. To
replace reverse this procedure.

Belt Tension Adiustment (Fig. 21)

The motor is mounted on a hinged plate in the


back of the headstock leg. The hinged plate is
adjusted by means of an adjusting screw (A, in
the motor plate to regulate the tension on the
V-belts. Belts should have approximately
1/2" (12 mm) spring to provide enough tension
to take the cuts without slipping. Too much
tension on the belts will cause a strain on the
motor and drive shaft bearings, causing ex-
cessive wear. Oil on the belts will cause
slippage. Adjust belts only enough to just
prevent slipping under heavy cutting. Small
amount of slippage on motor startup is normal.
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NOTE: The leadscrew is used only for chasing


on Regal lathes. Under all other operations,
Leadscrew Adiustment I Fig. 22) it should be disengaged. Excessive wear to
the leadscrew and half nut takes place when
The leads crew has been properly adjusted be- the leadscrew is not cleaned before chasing
fore the machine has been shipped. With when it has not been used for some time.
normal care, no adjustment will be necessary Always clean leadscrew with a small, stiff
for many years. brush to remove dirt and grit under these con-
ditions, rinse with kerosene, and relubricate
with machine oil.

Fig. 22

B
B For Adjustment:

© A
1. Loosen set screw (A).
o 2. Tighten the adjusting nut (B) until there is
no end play in the leads crew .
© 3. Retighten set screw (A).

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Tighten adjusting screw (F) at the large end


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'riage Rear Gib Adiustment


~arriage rear gib is adjusted by moving it
cally upward. To adjust the gib, loosen
lex screws (A) which hold the gib against
ear wall of the carriage. Tighten the two
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s until a slight drag is felt as the carriage
wed along the bed. Tighten the hex screws.

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= are two gibs located at both sides of the
age front. Screws (B) hold the gib bracket
! carriage from underneath. The gib ad-
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When ordering repair parts, the following information must be given for best service:
1. Serial number of the lathe. This can be found on the front flat bedway at the
tailstock end of the bed.
2. The name of the part, the key number of the part, and the page number on which
the part appears in the block.
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up the lists. Therefore, some parts on Regals of other sizes will not be identical with the
illustrations. This is the reason why we require the Serial No. of your lathes before the
proper part can be sent.

REPAIR PARTS INDEX


DRAWING PAGE NO.

Headstock
Casting . 36-37
Rollout . 38-39
Brake and Drive Shaft 40-41
Spindle . 42-43
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Intermediate and High Speed Shaft 44
Idler Stud Shaft, Intermediate Feed Shaft and Feed Shaft 45
Headstock Shifters . 46-47
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Servo-Shift
Zero-Speed Switch, Shifter Unit and Dial Assembly 48-49
Crawl Speed Rollout and Pump . 50-51
Quick Change Box
( ! Gearing . 52-53
Casting . 54
End Gearing and Quadrant Assembly 55
Spindle Control 56-57
Apron Assembly 58-59
60-61
Compound Rest . 62-63
Carriage and Chasing Dial 64-65
Tailstock . 66-67
Bed, Pan, Legs, Head End Cover and Coolant System 68-69
70-71
Motor Drive and Mounting Assembly 72-73
Taper Attachment ..... 74-75
Steady Rest and Follow Rest 76

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HEADSTOCK CASTING
1-40
21-22A
1-39
1-18Key~ No. 1-25
1-24
1-23
1-28
1-27
1-29
1-29A
1-30
1-31
1-25A
1-26
1-28A
1-37
1-35A
1-33
Oiler
Screw
1-3OA
1-38
1-35
1-34
1-36
1-32A
1-32
Head
Cap,
Gasket,
Shim,
Collar,
Key
Mat,No.
Spacer.
Belt,
Spacer,
Flange,
Screw,
Seal,
Cover,
Window
Sleeve,
Plug, .Socket
Feed
Gasket, Inter.
Drive
HeadHead
Timing.
Victoprene
Victoprene
Fd.
Flange, Inter.
Fd.
Socket
1 Part Name
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Shaft
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Fd.
Feed
Head
Inter.
High Shaft
Shaft
Spindle
Drive
Rear
Shaft
Button
Unit,
F'eed Feed
Shaft
Cover
Top
Cover
Shaft
Speed
Speed
Head
Front
Spindle
Inter,
High
High
Drive Brg.
Shaft
Feed Brg. Name
Matching,
Shaft
Qty.
Oil
Oil
Rear
Shaft Sleeve
Sleeve
Matching.
Shaft
.Shaft
Brg.
Front
Spindle
Brg.
Shaft
Bijur
Hd.
Front
Speed Front
Shaft
Shaft Match.
Rear....
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Flange
Sleeve.
.Brg
Flange
Matching
.Flange
Sleeve.
Bearing
Soc.
Oil Level
Front
Shaft Type
Flange
Matching.
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Washer.
Armature.
Screw
Collar.
Pin.
Gasket.
Key
2-22
2-21
2-18
2-23
2-31
2-16
2-27
2-28
2-25
Key No. 2-32 No.
Oilite
Pulley,
Gear,
Spacer,
Cone,
Flange.
Nut,
Shaft,
Mounting
Spacer.
Collar,
Cup, Lock.
Flat.
Timken
Bushing
Drive
Timken
Drive
Dyna-Torque
Magnet,
Brake,
Key,
Sleeve
Seal,
2-29
2-26
2-19
2-24
2-30 FlatDrive
Drive
Bearing.
Plate
(not
VictQprene
(19)
90 .Part
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Shaft
Bearing
Shaft
Bearing
used
Volt.
only
(19) onName
Qty.
.Accessory
Inter
Small
Large
only.
OilSpacing.
#2 ..
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SPINDLE - 15" REGAL

13-31 1.........
Key No..................
3-32
3-22 .............
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..............
.Gasket
3-20
3-25
3-21
3-23
3-26
3-19
3-39
3-33
3-28
3-15
3-24
3-36
3-16
3-27
3-37
3-30
3-18
3-17
.3-29
3-34
3-35Pin.No.
Cover
Screw.
Gasket
*Cam
*Screw
*Pin
Screw
Slinger
Bearing,
Key
Cup,
Nut,
Plate,
Key
Center,
Cone,
Shaft,
Flange
Gear,
*Plate,
Key
Pulley,
*Spring
Washer,
Bush,
Ring,
Cone,
Ke¥, Draw
Bearing
Bearing
Spindle .1. .........
.Retaining
..................
Part
.................
Lock
Bearing
SpindleBall
Retaining
Bearing
Spindle L-1
Spindle
Face
Spindle
Nose,
16 Name
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.Lock 11
.Nose
Name .8".. .......
.Camlock
...........
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-Qty.Nose,
Face
Center
Feed or
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8" 1114-1/2"
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Reverse. 6~D1
or... 14" 3-38

*Camlock Spindle Parts.

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SPINDLE - 19" REGAL

3A-21
3A-26
3A-30
3A-17
3A-32
3A-18
3A-33
3A-20
3A-27
3A-28
3A-22
3A-34
3A-35
3A-23
3A-24
3A-16
3A-19. No.
Key No. ...............
3A-25
3A-31
3A-29
Cover
*Screw
3A-36
3A-37
Center
Gas~t
Pin
3A-38
3A-39
3A-40
*Cam
*Pin
Gasket
Screw
Cone,
Plate,
Key
Spacer
Washer,
*Plate,
Flange
Flange,
Nut,
*Flange
*Spring
*Bushing
Cup,
Ring,
Slinger,
Shaft,
Pulley,
Key
Bearing,
Gear,
Bushing
1. . .Name
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.Bearing
Part
Part
Bearing
Draw
LockFace
Bearing L-2
Lock
Spindle
Retaining
Spindle
Spindle
1
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.Spindle Name
..............
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..................
...............
Qty. ...
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Camlock,
Draw Nose,
"..........
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Nut
............
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Bearing
Ball Qty.Face
Feed
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Oil 812172116 :or
112"
110"
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Reverse. : 3A-37A
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- -No. Gear
Pin
Key
Shim,
4-17
4-16
4-22
4-15
4-19
4-21
4-20
4-24
4-27
4-26
4-28
·Cup,
Spacer.
Ring,
Gear,
1
.Lock
No.
Pulley,
Pinion,
Bearing,
Seal,
Cone,
Cup,
Key,
Ring,
4-23
Shaft,
Nut, High
Timken
Flat. Speed
Victoprene
Truarc
Snap Part
Intermediate.
Timken
Intermediate
High
High MRC
Speed
Bearing
Bearing
Ball
Oil .Name
Shaft
Shaft
Qty.
Shaft Matching
Shaft.
Shaft ..Cluster
Pulley
#2
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IDLER STUD SHAFT, INTERMEDIATE FEED SHAFT AND FEED SHAFT

1 Part
1
Key No....................
5-18
5-24
5-22
5-29
5-33
5-23
5-21
5-26
5;:;20
5-19
5-31
5-27
5-28
5-25
5-32
5-30
*Gear
Gasket
Washer
Screw
Seal
Gear
Gear,
Key
*KeyNo.
Spacer
Washer,
Housing
Bushing
Nut,
Spacer
Shaft,
Washer,
Bearing,
Key
Bearing,
*Ring,
*Bearing
*Shaft,
Key
*Bearing,
Ring,
Collar, Feed
Hex .............
................... ...........
.............
.............
...............
...................
Intermediate
Feed
..................
..................
Wave
Retaining Reverse
....................
Idler
Retaining
Feed Shaft
Stud
Change
Shaft Name
Name
Qty.
.................
Wave
Ball
Ball ...............
1 212131: ... .
Idler ......
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Feed
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Sliding
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Change .....
Gear

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HEADSTOCK SHIFTER SECTIONS


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7-37
7-36
7-35
7-42
7-41
7-34
7-48
7-27
7-39
7-40
7-45
7-29
7-28
7-46
7-32
7-33
7-30
7-50
7-44
7-43
7-49
7-47
7-31
7-51
Pin
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Pin,
Pin,
1No.
Handle
"0"
Set
.Key
Ball
6-25A
Screw
Shoe,
Dial Screw
Screw,
Shifter,
Bracket,
Spring,
Ring,
Lever,
Cover,
Washer,
Roller,
Coupling
Spring
Scoop,
Shaft,
Speed
Collar, .Shifter
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Shoulder
No.
Ring
Shaft, Shifter
Shifter
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.Nylon
Phillips
Ret.
Detent
Shifter
Head
Inter.
Taper
Feed
Fd. Switch
Machine
Selector
Shifter ........
.Compo
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Shift.
Lever ......
.Name
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Part
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Micro-Switch ...................
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Yoke
Front Head
Qty. .Shifter
............
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.................
Det.
Shaft
Plate
Draw
...............
Gear
Dial
Retainer ..........
...........
..............
Gear
Shaft ...........
Oil
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Back
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Shifter
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Key No, Key
Sleeve
8-16
Retainer
8-18
8-44
8-43
8-17
8-20
8-19
8-21
8-42
Liner
Fork,No.
Fork,
Cylinder
Piston,
Pinion,
Screw,
Pin,
Piston,
Pin,
Plug,
Roller,
Spacer,
Slide, .Socket
straight.
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"C" Cylinder
Cylinder
Long
Valve
Oversize
Locating
Rod
Short.
Cotter
Pipe
Detent
Upper
Lower.
Valve Part
Part
Cap.
. Slide
Dowel .Name
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Qty.
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Key No. Part Name Qty. Key No. Part Name Qty.
9- 1 Screw, Socket Cap. 4 9-23 Gear, Crank Drive. 1
9 - 2 Screw, Socket Cap. 6 9-24 Stud. 1
9 - 3 Tubing, 3/8" (Cut to Suit) 1 9 -25 Busning 1
9- 4 Straight Connection. 1 9-26 Screw, Socket Cap ( 15")· 1
9- 5 Elbow, 90°. 1 9-27 Nut, Jam. 2
9- 6 Bushing, Reducing. 1 9 -28 Screw, Socket Cap (:19")' 1
9- 7 Nipple 1 9-29 Bushing 2
9- 8 Elbow 1 9-30 Arm, Crank 1
9- 9 Fitting, Pipe Male 1 9-31 Screw, Hex Head 1
9-10 Hose Assembly 1 9--32 Nut, Hex 1
9-11 Hose Assembly 1 9-33 Lockwasner 1
9-12 Nipple 1 9-34 Plate, Brake Retainer. 2
9-13 Filter 1 9-35 Screw, Socket Cap 4
9-14 Fitting Elbow - 15" Regal 1 9-36 Nut, Hyd. 1
Fitting Straight - 19" Regal 1 9-37 Sleeve, Hyd. 1
9-15 Motor Driven Pump, Tu~nill ILPF Model A 1 9-38 Elbow 1
9 -16 Screw, Socket Cap. 1 9-39 Plate, Head Feed Cover Plate
9 -17 Screw, Socket Cap 4
9-18 Pinion, Motor 1 (Specify Engine, Plain Bed, or Sliding Bed Gap)
9-19 9-40 Tee.
Pin, Roll 1 9-41
9-20 Gear, Cluster 1 Nipple
9 -21 Stud. 9-42 Valve-Bleed
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Key No.Expansion
Gear
Pin
10-41
Ball
Yoke
Drive
Gasket.
Pin.
Tumbler
Sleeve
Gear
Lead
Shaft
15T.
10-68
Feed
Screw
18T. ..Ring.
Screw.
10-42
10-67
Handle.
10-44
10-43
10-45
10-36
26T.
28T.
Collar.
24T.
23T.
"0"
10-69
Cone
10-65
Feed
Pin,
16T.
10-64
Seal.
Ring,
Screw,
10-38
10-37
10-40
10-66
10-62
10-63
10-58
Bearing,
20T.
10-56
Bushing,
22T.
10-61
Gear,
Shaft,
Ball.
Spring.
10-39
Bearing
Key.
Key
10-60
10-59
10-48
10-57
10-49
10-50
10-47
10-46 No.
Bushing
Pin,
Pinion,
Ring,
Plug,
Collar,
Spring.
Plug
Gear,
Key.
10-52
15T.,
10-51
Plug.
lO-60A
Ring
Key,
10-53
Plug,
10-54
10-55 Gear
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Gear
Shaft.
Cone
::snoe-Shifter
Bushing, Gear
.Set
-Safety
Cone
Shaft
Taper
Rod· Set
Clutch.
Tumbler
Taper
21T. Gear.
Retaining.Gear.
Plain
Lead Gear
Box
Lead
Race.
Retaining.
Flange.
Taper Clutch
Safety
Retaining ...
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.Clutch
Screw
Gear
Screw
Gear
Gear.
Expansion.
Retaining Clutch
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Part
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11-36
11-37
11-21
11-22
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11-23
-25
11-29
11-34
11-30
11-33
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crew.Plug.
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Block,
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Window,
Cover,
Pipe
Plate, .Shifter
Part
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Tumbler Name
Part
OilGear
Slip .Name
.Lock.
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12-3
12-4
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2 12-6 Spacer . 1
3 12-7 Gear . 1
12-8 Quadrant . 1
4 12-9 Oiler . 1
12-10 Washer . 1
12-11 Nut . 1
12-12 Stud . 1
5 12-13 Felt . 1
6 12-14 Bush . 1
12-15 Screw, Set . 1
7 12-16 Spring . 1
12-17 Ball . 1
12-18 Ring, Retaining . 2
15" & 19" 8 12-19 Handle . 1
REGALS 12-20 Shaft . 1
12-21 Sleeve . 1
12-22 Shaft . 1
12-23 Key . 1
12-24 Screw, Set . 1
10 12-25 Pin . 1
12-26 Stud . 2
11 12-27 Nut . 2
12 12-28 Washer . 2
12-29 Spacer, Quadrant 2
13 12-30 Gear . 1
, , 12-31 Ring . 1
12-32 Screw . 1
14 12-33 Nut . 1
12-34 Gear . 1
15 12-35 Oiler . 1
12-36 Shaft . 1
16 12-37 Nut . 1
12-38 Washer . 1
17 12-39 Felt . 1
12-40 Quadrant . 1
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3" RAISE 38
39
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Key No..................................
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13-65
13-47
13-46
13-49
13-55
13-41
13-70
13-66
13-54
13-40
13-60
13-50
13-53
13-64
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13-42
13-45
13-63
13-61
13-71
Lever
13-62
13-56
13-43
13-57
13-51
13-37
Stud
13-67
Ball
13-38
13-44
13-48
13-39
13-68
13-69
Cover
13-72
Plate
Block
Plate
Knob
Bracket
Key
Rod
Screw
Support
Switch
Shaft
Ring
Cup,
Screw
Pin,
Ring,
Handle
Screw,
Nylok
Rod,
Washer
Collar
Pin,
Spring
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Knob.
Pin
Ring,
Cover,
Pin
Housing
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Bushing
Gasket,
Bushing
Grommet ...........................
Oil .................................
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13-58 . ..........................
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Truarc
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Lead
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Name
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Key No. Shaft.
Handwheel.
14Gasket.
Knob.
Rod
Screw.
Handle.
Shaft
Screw
Handle.
Knob
Lever
Gear
Collar.
Screw
Stud.
Shaft
Pin
Screw.
Pin.
Half
Window.
Gear
Nut
Pin --'..--No.
Screw.
Plate.
Pinion
Sleeve
Knob
Sleeve.
Screw.
Pinion
Stud
Shoe
Seal.
Cam.
Key.
Sleeve
Pin
Apron.
14-55
14-41
14-52
14-57
14-53
Key
Block
Key.
Spring.
Ring
Plunger
Spring.
Plug.
Pin,
Bushing
14-34
14-36
14-45
14-35
14-47
14-48
14-49
14-59
14-60
14,54
14-58
14-56
14-50
-31
-32
14-43
14-37
14-51
Plug.
Ring
Pin
Housing
14-44
14-40
14-91
-33
14-46
14-39
14-42
14-38
14-66
14-71
14-64
14-67
14-75
14-79
14-74
14-77
14-78
14-80
14-81
14-87
14-89
14-62
14-61
Tubing
Plunger
Spring.
Plug
Bearing
14-85
14-63
14-69
14-83
14-84
14-86
14-88
14-65
14-70
14-76
14-82
14-68 Nut
Interference
--Taper.
-No.
Draw. First
-Truarc
-Taper
-Taper Part
Part
.Truarc
.Shifter
-Rack
Trip.
Taper.
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Copper
Ball Name
Name
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.Qty. 2
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Knob.
Cup
Spring.
Ring
Plug.
Nipple - -Truarc
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Huva
Bushing. Check. . Part
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Key No. Part Name I Qty. Key No. Part Name Qty.
16-1 Screw, Set 1 16-30 Bushing . 1
16-2 Handle 1 16-31 Screw .
16-3 Nut, Lock 1 16-32 Handle ; .
16,..4 Bushing, Collar. Graduated 1 16-33 Screw, Set . ~·~{~r"
16-5 Collar (Metric) 1 16-34 Key, Woodruff . (:~j/
16.,.6 Collar (Dual Reading) 1 16-35 Nut . 1 ,':,.
16-7 Collar (English) 1 16-36 Screw '.' . 1
16-8 Screw, Set 1 16-37 Pin, Stop . 1
16-9 Oiler 4 16-38 Hub . 1
16-10 Nut, Top Slide (English) 1 16-39 Clamp . 1
(MetrIc) 1 16-40 Dial . 1
16-11 Screw, Top Slide (English) 1 16-41 Gear . 1
(Metric) 1 16-42 Dial . 1
16-12 Pin, Shoulder 1 16-43 Screw . 1
16-13 Slide, Top 1 16-44 Bushing ' . 1
16-14 Slide, Swivel 1 16-45 Sleeve, Pinion . 1
16-15 Slide, Bottom 1 16-46 Clipper Seal . 1
16-16 Screw, Set 1 16-47 Carriage . 1
16-17 Nut, Special Hex 1 16-48 Nut, Crossfeed Screw (English) . 1
16-18 Plug (Not used when Taper Attachment is Furnished) 1 (Metric) . 1
16-19 Plug (Not used when Taper Attachment is Furnished). 1 16-49 Bearing ' . 4
16-20 Hinge, Dirt Guard 1 16-50 Bearing . 2
't6-21 Screw, Special Socket Head 4 16-51 Pin, Spiral . 2
i6-22 Guard, Dirt 1 16-52 Screw, Top Slide Bushing . 2
16-23 Screw, Crossfeed (English) " 1 16-53* Gib, Top Slide . 1
(Metric) 1 16-54 Nut, Hex . 2
16-24 Sleeve 2 16- 55 Washer . 2
16-25 Nut " 2 16-56 Bolt, T-Slot . 2
16-26 Screw, Set ; 1 16- 57 Screw, Set . 1
16-27 Key, Woodruff 1 16-58 Plug . 1
16-28 Spring, Collar 1 16-59* Gib, Bottom Slide . 1
16,.29 Bushing, Top Slide 1 16-60 Screw, Gib . 4

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217-81 1
Key No. .....
17-83
17-82
Shaft
Dial.
Screw
Screw
Dial.
17-43
Hub.
17-42
17-40
Screw.
Handle.
Screw.
17-44
17-45
Washer.
Pin.
17-48
17-46
Washer.
Pin.
17-41
17-60
Nut.
Screw.
17-55
17-65
17-66
Gear
17-49
17-70
17-50
17-69
17-67
*17-47
Screw
17-72
17-64
17-63
Bush
Sleeve
17-59
Pin,
Plug.
Carriage
Wheel, Bracket.
Neoprene.
Clamp
17-71
Nut,
17-53
17-52
17-51
17-73
17-68
Clamp.
Screw,
Nut
17-58
17-56
17-57
Shim
Wiper,
Bracket,
17-74
Clipper
17-54
17-75
Key
Key
Bushing
Pipe,
Cross
Bush,
Pinion,
Plate,
Sleeve,
Screw,
.I.: 17-78
Ring
Bearing.
Key,
Stud,
Screw, .Hex
.002
1Seal
Taper
1Gib,Special
Gib,Cross Hex
Set.
Carriage
-No.
.005
Taper.
No.
Plug
Feed Part
Carriage
Shear
Cap
Oiler
ChasingFeed
Chasing
Gib
Dial.
Idler.
Carriage
Pinion
Woodruff
Set
Idler
Set Cap.
.The
Round Hex .Dial
.Qty.
Screw
Cap.
Pinion .Name
Rear.
Screw
Rear.
Front
Dial
Head Right
Left
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Key No.**18-38
18-40
18-39
Oiler
18-24
18-25
18-22
18-21
18-27
18-26
18-23
18-31
18-30
18-32
18-29
18-37
Screw
Screw.
Felt
18~35
18-41
18-36
18-28
18-33
18~34
Clamp,
Front
Cap,
Stud,
Key
Top,
PlugNo.
Wiper,
Nut, .Acorn
Handwheel
Washer.
Pin
Bush,
Center,
Rear
Handle,
Screw,
Spindle,
~ut,
Handle,
Bearing,
Bolt,
Collar,
Key,
Bottom,
Plug, Ball,Cap.
.Spindle
Neoprene
Tailstock
Tailstock
Tailstock
Tailstock
Stop Front
Upper
Binder.
Lower
Neoprene
Spindle.
Ball
Tailstock
Hex.
Plug.
Set
Ball
Woodruff
Rough
Hex
Rear
Spindle
Tailstock
Brass. 19" . Part
•.. . -.. 15"
Shear
.Binder
•Binder
.Shear
Screw. Part
Qty.
2
Qty.Name
Name I
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Key No. 19-17


Screw.
Washer
Shim
19-14
19-15
Key
19-20
19-22
19-24
19-18
19-21
19-23
19-13
Bed
Leg,
Pin,
Screw
Rack 19-19
No.
Spacer.
Edging.
19-16
Cover,
Plate,
Screw,
Shear,
Screw,(Specify
Taper
Tail
Head
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Head
Quick
Feed
End
End
(Specify
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Rear End
Feed
Length)
Leveling
Hex
Socket
Front Gear
Change
Cabinet
Head
EndCabinet
Leg
Center
Head Cover
(Specify: Cap.
(Head
Leg
Cap.
(Specify to
Box Part
Part
Bed).
Back
Qty.
Capacity)
Center
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Bed)
Tail
Center ..Name
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Key No. 1......................
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Bracket
Elbow,
Harness,
Cock,
Tank,
Bushing,
Spout,
Hose,
Screw,
Pipe,
Pump,
Clamp,
Nipple, 90°,
StopWiring
Coolant
"Stay
Reducing
Rubber
Coolant
Hex
1/2"
Ruthman
SwitchingWing
Hose
Box
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1 1 Name
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Part xQty.
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Cap
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1/2"
20" Coolant
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Voltage and Cycles)

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MOUNTING ASSEMBLY

Key No. Part Name I Qty.


21-1
21-2 Nut 1
21-3 Bolt
V-Belt, Gates I 31
21-4 Motor - A-C New Nema Frame Number
Specify Current, Voltage, Horsepower,
21-5 Washer 4
21-6 Screw
Phase and Cycle /1 4
21-7 Pulley, Motor
Specify Cycle, Horsepower and Speed
Range Desired 1
21-8 Key 1
21-9 Screw, Set 1
21-10 Guard 1
21-11 Screw, Round Head 2
21-12 Screw 1
21-13 Nut 1
21-14 Plate, Motor 1
21-15 Screw, Set ' 1
21-16 Shaft 1
21-17 Pin, Cotter 2
21-18 Arm, Bracket Holder 1

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22-44 41(Metric)
22-34
Key No. 22~35
22-37
22-43
Washer
22-42
Hex
Pin.
22-41
22-28
22-27
22-30
22-29
Stud
Screw.
Rivet
Pin
Oiler
Bearing
Plate,
Bar, Nut
Extension
Collar.
.Stop.
Bearing,
22-33
22-32
22-31
Rod,
Clamp,
22-36
22-40
Collar,
Stud,
Plug
Nut, Bed
Hex
Hex.
Bracket,
Screw,
Plug,
Bushing
Shoe,
Clamp.
Screw,
Plug
Spring.
Pin,
Slide,
Block,
Bar,
Shoe,
Key
22-52 Sock.
Guide
Slide.
Cross
Sock
Guide
Gib,No. Taper
Slide
Gib
Guide
Hex
Taper
Taper
Stop Hd.
Thrust
BedBracket
Carriage
Thumb
Lock Cap.
(English)
Gib
Hd.
Adjusting
Carriage.
Bed. Bar
Hd.
Feed
Bar Cap MICROMETER
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Bracket
Shoe "Clamp.
Screw
Attachment
1-2
Shoe
Cap Part
Part
(English)
Attachment.
Bar
Cap. Swivel
Attachment . Draw,Slide
Qty.
Qty. . CARRIAGE
. Name
Name
1 STOP 21211243122 2
22-51
22-53
22-39
22-50
22-49
22-48 122-45
22-38

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STEADY REST CAPACITY FOllOW REST CAPACITY


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Stud.
Washer.
Pin.
Disc
Tip,
Collar,
Screw,
Rest,
Key
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23-40
23-41
23-30
23-33
23-32
23-31
23-26
23-42
23
23-36
-35
23-25
23-27
23-24
23-28
23-29
23-43
23-37
23-38
23-44
23-45 Bronze
Roller
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Ring,
Jaw,
Pin,
23-46 "!. Follow.
Sq.
Set
Hex
Jaw Hd.
Adj.
Cap.
Retaining
Straight.
Follow
S:J.. RestPart
Qty.Name
Set.
Screw.
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Shaft, Motor Plate .
Screw, Set
Bolt, Eye.
Nut, Hex .
Pin, Link.
Cotter Pin (3/4" Long) . ,
Part Name Qty.
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Hole (New nema frame) for 60
Cy. 3 & 5 HP I 1
Pulley, Motor 3-.6" P. S. 1-3/8"
Hole (New nema frame) for 25

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