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Login to Your Account. Both have lock screws on top of set screws with long tapered ends. Pulley and carrier cylinder.
The crank handle comes off with a punch and hammer. Bed under the way at headstock end. I was hoping that someone could instruct me in the recommended way to remove the spindle itself from the tailstock and the nut from the tailstock spindle. You do have a mill, right? For now I would clean up the buggered threads on the screw with a file, “fix” the damaged threads in the nut by screwing the screw through from the other end of the ram, put it back together and use it.
Originally Posted by magneticanomaly. Take the spindle out of the casting, and set it up on an arbor press.
The lock screws have the hex hole cut all the way through. Here’s a quick link that shows what we’re talking about.
They probably have one the correct screw size. The tailstock was the easiest component to restore. If that is the right end of the TS where the handwheel goes, the hole is for a pin wrench, the bushing unscrews. Results 1 to 19 of Check Mc Master for the nut. Dovetail segment at rear of headstock.
Help Disassembling Leblond Regal tailstock – damaged nut
That would seem bad design to me, as it is too important to be able to take the ram out easily in case the enter sticks in the taper. How do i get the last part out. I was tempted to put a block between the chuck and the face plate and try to push out the chuck as I run in the quill, but I think I will scar the face plate or generally mess something up.
I carefully snugged up the nut and then installed the crank and retaining pin, driving the pin home with a punch and hammer. The retaining nut holding the shaft into the back of the tailstock was too large for any of my wrenches, so I got the pipe wrench out and cracked it loose.
I looked at the manual. It’s easy enough to bore out the old nut threads, fit the new nut into the bore and soft solder into place. Whenever you are tempted to use brutal means or tools on a 10 EE walk away and rethink what you want to accomplish.
Another key resource for advice and especially inspiration has been Kurt Bjornwho restored his HLV machine. Hope my machine pn out as nice as yours. Although its obvious when you look at it, note that it has a key way that fits a key in the headstock casting.
Logan Lathe Tailstock
They assemby probably too detailed for anyone with common sense, but I wanted to remember the order of the steps as well as the location of some obscure fasteners.
Cabinet top before cleaning and painting. Bed with the dovetail way removed. Plus, those beaver marks will be permanent and remind everyone who sees them a hack has worked on this machine.
The cap bolts are standing on the way surfaces. My guess here is part 7 is an anti-rotate feature for the quill. The two cap screws that hold the headstock are easy tsilstock see: I did use some Brasso and a scrubby pad to shine up the bare metal areas of the crank.
Disassembly of II Tailstock Quill for Maintenance : Teknatool International
Thanks to the suggestions and a re-examination of the problem in better light I was able to remove the, eh There is no set screw in it, Is it a point to put a punch in and tap around.
Yeah, don’t overlook that detail. Perhaps these photos which show all the tailstock parts laid out will be helpful so you know what dismantlinh dealing with.