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mds30br

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(And by bearing specs I meant thread dial....I guess I cross my posts up. )Recently purchased a v13 and am in the process of making a threading dial. 4 tpi for the lead screw means a 16 tooth gear?
Is pressure angle significant?
Thanks in advance,
Mike
 
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Excuse my ignorance, but what the heck is a v13?
 

mds30br

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So sorry, Emco v13 lathe. I thought about it after I posted that I should have been more specific, but didn't edit my title. Sorry, fellas.
 

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I was told that the Emco-Maier Super 11 and possibly the V13 were used in the engine rooms of submarines because of their compact size- don't know if it's true, but a good story
Mark
 
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