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    URNING A TAPER by offsetting thetailstock of the lathe is a common prac-tice but the method has several disadvan-tages. In turning a taper by offsetting, thelathe centers are out of alignment whichcan result in inaccuracies due to burring ofthe center holes in the work, also possiblescoring of th...

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    TABLECARRIERPIVOTSCALE AT END OF TABLECROSS SLIDECROSS-SLIDECONNECTORSCREWSTEELUPPERTRACKTABLEDIA., REAMSAW KERFCARRIERTABLE-SUPPORTBLOCKBRACKETLOWERTRACKLATHECARRIAGESTEELSOCKET SETSCREWSLIDE,2 REQD.V-WAY CLAMPMUST BE MADETO FIT LATHETH'D.STEELSTEEL ANGLE, TO FITV-WAYSCREWSV-WAY CLAMPHOLLOW-HEAD...

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    6-A DEPTH MICROMETER is used to makeclose measurements when calibratingout undersize with drill and hack-saw, the curved slots near the endsof the carrier and table can be fin-ished with a rotary file (or millingcutter) as in Fig. 2. Each memberis pivoted on a piece of hardwoodwhich is locked in ...

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    2009. TABLE AND ANGLE BASE showing lower track andsupport blocks setscrewed to underside of table. Slideblocks are shown in relative positions on table andbase. These parts are all made from stock materials1O. CROSS-SLIDE CONNECTOR is bolted to undersideof lathe compound as in foreground. In back...

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