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7mag

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I got this little Schaublin about 25-30 years ago. It had a lot of miles on it when I got it, but works fine for me. I use it to make small screws and bushings. I couldn't find a Schaublin cross slide for it(probably couldn't afford it if I did find one) so I have a Gilman cross slide on it.
This little thing is just fun to operate.

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mckay3d

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Hi,
It looks like it might take the F12 style collets. Can you tell me more about the Gilman compound? I have an old SV70 that I haven't put into operation yet. Mine takes the W12 style collets and is from the 1950's. These little guys just keep on turnin. (just like Proud Mary...) :)
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I bought the Gilman slides from ebay. They were two seperate slides, I bolted them together. I replaced the lead screws (the origional screws were too fine thread) and made them so I could use ball thrust bearings. It works pretty good.
There are two Schaublin 70s on Denton Texas craigslist that has a compound slide listed for $150. I have tried several times to contact them through their listing but they don't reply.
Wish I knew someone in Denton Texas. I sure would like to have an origional Schaublin compound.
 
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