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mcmlvii

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Let me be the second to add lathe photos to the SF forum. This #10 lathe is a 9x24 that I inherited from my father in law's widow a few years after he unexpectedly passed away 30+ years ago. I have made many parts on the lathe and it does an adequate job for being 100 years old. It came with a set of threading gears and the chip tray ("oil pan" in the literature) and legs seen in the photos. It also has back gears for those really slow jobs....

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Just recently I also made a few items for the lathe. The hole in the tailstock always bothered me so I turned out a grease dauber. Not sure if the photo will show up.
 

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Hello mcmlvii: Welcome aboard THM forums. That is a fine example of old school workmanship.
It is great to see those old machines turning out new usable pieces.
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I like those old Stars, I nearly bought one on Ebay but the shipping looked scary.
Mark S.
 
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