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Thread dial on Grizzly 4003 Lathe

Discussion in 'GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL INC.' started by ridgeway, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. ridgeway

    ridgeway United States Active User Active Member

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    For some reason, my lathe does not have a witness mark on the threading dial housing. Where is the mark usually located on a grizzly? Does it matter? I'm assuming as long as you engage the half nut on the same number at the same spot each time?
     
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    raross61 United States Active User Active Member

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    On my G4003G there is no "Mark As per Say" there is the rounded head of a brass nail indicating the number location point! I hope this helps? Pretty bad picture but it looks like it is around the 6:00 position!

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    GK1918 United States Active User Active Member

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    For what its worth deptartment, sometimes the marks will not line up perfectly. All lathes I have, a witness mark was made on a large common washer.
    That way you cant dial the washer in perfectly when closing the half nut.
    Sam
     
  4. ridgeway

    ridgeway United States Active User Active Member

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    Thanks guys. I'll have give it some thought and come up with a movable washer.
     
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    epanzella United States Active User Active Member

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    Just start the lathe, lock in the halfnuts, and then shut off the motor. The you can scribe a line near any number you want.
     
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    yep that's what I did on mine...
     
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    ridgeway United States Active User Active Member

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    Great idea!
     
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    HACKMASTER United States Active User Active Member

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    is the tool set to 29.5
    is the tool ground to 60.
    is it a metric thread dial ?
     

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