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in place.

Do most of the hard fitting before fixing, and leave just a coupla “tenths” for finish stoning after you re-bolt the bed plate in place. If you did cut though the bed plate entirely!!…Or want to finish it off and do a permanent repair: Remove the two pieces and grind the ends square to the axis but with a small taper towards the bottom. This should expose enough of the original bed casting seating area, to be able to hard fit a slightly dovetail section to replace the missing section.

Make this a very small interference fit and the original bed plate pieces will pull it down and firmly anchor it in place.

You might want to fit a blind dowel from the plug into the bed casting to ensure relocation while you grind it to fit. Again leave a tenth or so for finish stoning after fitting. Best regards, and let us know if you need further help. Robert Bastow ============ Subject: Re: Hardinge help! DISAPPOINTED From: Robert Bastow Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 22:07:17 GMT For the moment Scott…Only for the moment!! — > that is within a thousandth.

If I mount a boring bar on the toolpost > and turn an inside diameter, it ends up tapered with the mouth about > three thousandths larger than the bottom of the hole. > > I have checked: > Play in the bearings.

A dial indicator shows no visible slop on a > bar clamped in the chuck. > Play in the apron.

A thousandth or two might show up here under > moderate (cutting) load.

However, both cuts are taken in the same > direction. > Boring bar interference.

I thought perhaps the boring bar had i > nsufficient clearance so that it was being deflected by the hole as > it entered the cut.

This does not seem to be the case. > > What have I overlooked? > > Larry ============ Subject: Re: Question: Spindle Nose type From: Robert Bastow Date: Sat, 06 Feb 1999 19:45:30 GMT What you have is a standard , long taper, spindle nose.

It hase a key mounted on it right? — > > > > mike II > > Well, almost right.

The Shipboard radio operator was pretty universally > called sparks, but the actual sparks came from a rotary gap spark > transmitter.

They were/are obnoxious sounding things and dangerous > (with a big variable speed DC motor driving the rotary gap).

Didn’t > want to get your tie near that baby.

The receivers at the time were > crystal sets either Galena or Carborundum.

Thay have been illegal > internationally for many years since they create unbelieveable broadband > interference.

I think the ARRL still has one on display in Newington > CT. > > john ============ Subject: Re: Yet another sparkies question From: Robert Bastow Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 23:38:13 GMT I don’t know what kind of beer YOU drink Mate..but in mine the Bubbles go UP and the beer better stay where it is ’til I”M ready for it to go DOWN!! teenut Steve Smith wrote: — > > rapidly wear until they didn’t.

Understand? > > > > You want to volunteer, go make yourself a backing plate and try it.

On your > > lathe.

I already know it works. The “Correct Specification”…If there is such a thing!! for a parallel chuck nose register and its backing plate, is that the male register should be ground true and parallel to the lathe axis, to VERY close limits.

The Female register should be sized “dead on size” in other words between a few tenths over size to a tenth or so under size..in other words a very close “push” fit to a VERY slight “Interference fit” Both should be kept spotlessly clean and lightly greased before screwing together.

This will make the last few turns quite stiff..but far less likely to unscrew at an inopportune moment..like cutting threads in reverse. Yes! They WILL eventually wear..which is why they are not my favorites for spindle noses..nor are they used much on “High Class” lathes..except the very smallest ones.

They are used there, because there really isn’t room for a “better” spindle nose arrangement..like an L0 taper or a D1 type..without massively increasing the spindle diameter..which requires either lower speed limits..or VERY much more expensive bearings…A kinda “Catch-22” situation. In actual fact, the wear on such an arrangement is not as rapid as one might expect…given proper cleanliness and lubrication care..in that the spindle is (or should be) hardened steel and the backplate is (or should be) close grained

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