Model 40 - T Nut

azshadeguy

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Well I am not that good at taking measurements but here goes
The bottom slot 1-1/64"
slot depth 47/128"
top slot 63/128"
 
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The table has standard 5/8" wide tee slots for 1/2" studs and nuts available everywhere individually or in sets.
 

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hmm

Ken, yours is a model 40? - from what year?

i have a 1949 machine and have had a chance to go back to the shop to measure

rounding down a tad i get:

overall height - .75
overall width - .985
bottom half height - .290
top half height - .460
top half width - .490

does this match what anyone else has?

Azshade guy, it looks like your vintage table was even wider at the bottom of the slot - and only ~3/8" deep? - that is overall? or just the bottom half?

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Azshade guy, it looks like your vintage table was even wider at the bottom of the slot - and only ~3/8" deep? - that is overall? or just the bottom half?
Just the bottom half
My model 40 was made in 1946
 
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hmm

Ken, yours is a model 40? - from what year?...............
Going by the measurements above, that matches up close to mine. My mill is 645 model from 1965, predecessor of the model 50 or 55.
 
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