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Old Dec 01, 2006, 11:11 PM
oldlock@hotmail.com
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Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.

The title says it all really, the only slight hiccup is that I am in
perth (not perth scotland) so postage might be a touch expensive, but
thats a minor detail if anyone has one for sale ...

Email to oldlock (at) hotmail (dot) com

Ta

Paul

http://www.antique-locks.com

Old Dec 02, 2006, 11:11 AM
John Ambler
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Re: Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.

Would that be a different device to the rack operated tailstock
attachment still listed in the Myford catalogue?

On 1 Dec 2006 19:03:22 -0800, oldlock@hotmail.com wrote:

>The title says it all really, the only slight hiccup is that I am in
>perth (not perth scotland) so postage might be a touch expensive, but
>thats a minor detail if anyone has one for sale ...
>
>Email to oldlock (at) hotmail (dot) com
>
>Ta
>
>Paul
>
>http://www.antique-locks.com

John Ambler
Sussex, UK
Return E-mails to john@skiprat.net
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Old Dec 02, 2006, 01:11 PM
Tony Jeffree
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Re: Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.

On Sat, 02 Dec 2006 14:08:13 +0000, John Ambler <john@skiprat.net>
wrote:

>Would that be a different device to the rack operated tailstock
>attachment still listed in the Myford catalogue?


Yes. The lever operated attachment is just exactly that - it is
operated by a lever. The rack operated one is operated via a rack.

Regards,
Tony
Old Dec 03, 2006, 09:11 AM
John Ambler
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Re: Re: Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.

I'm afraid I don't have one, but suggest G&M Tools, Penyfarthing
Tools, The Toolbox (Colyton) or Home and Workshop Machinery
(Footscray) as potential sources of used Myford stuff. The current
Myford price list puts it at 268.68 imc VAT + carriage.

Recently I just missed a couple of s/h 9" faceplates from the used
tool dealers in the 45- 50 + VATprice range - I was pleasantly
surprised to discover that Myford's price for a brand new one was only
55 + VAT - bulked up the order withsome other spares and consumables
and carriage added 10 to the bill.

Good luck.....

On Sat, 02 Dec 2006 16:23:44 +0000, Tony Jeffree <tony@jeffree.co.uk>
wrote:

>On Sat, 02 Dec 2006 14:08:13 +0000, John Ambler <john@skiprat.net>
>wrote:
>
>>Would that be a different device to the rack operated tailstock
>>attachment still listed in the Myford catalogue?

>
>Yes. The lever operated attachment is just exactly that - it is
>operated by a lever. The rack operated one is operated via a rack.
>
>Regards,
>Tony

John Ambler
Sussex, UK
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Old Dec 04, 2006, 05:11 AM
ravensworth2674
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Re: Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.


John Tanner and I put Martin Cleeve's Skew Rack Tailstock( for the ML7)
onto the mlathemods4 site.

OK, this is for the ML7 and the S7 has a different tailstock.
With both machines in my workshop, it would not be unduly difficult to
do a modified design.

In addition to this, there is a lot of additional info in the Yahoo
groups which may be of interest.

Cheers

Norm

Old Dec 04, 2006, 09:11 AM
oldlock@hotmail.com
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Re: Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.

Pass - not sure whats the difference ? The animal I am looking for
allows to better control with small drills and faster insertion &
removal of the drill, especially usefull with deep holes etc ..

Thanks

Paul

Another posted mentioned one on another site, could you provide a URL ?

On Dec 2, 11:08 pm, John Ambler <j...@skiprat.net> wrote:
> Would that be a different device to the rack operated tailstock
> attachment still listed in the Myford catalogue?
>
> On 1 Dec 2006 19:03:22 -0800, oldl...@hotmail.com wrote:
>
> >The title says it all really, the only slight hiccup is that I am in
> >perth (not perth scotland) so postage might be a touch expensive, but
> >thats a minor detail if anyone has one for sale ...

>
> >Email to oldlock (at) hotmail (dot) com

>
> >Ta

>
> >Paul

>
> >http://www.antique-locks.comJohn Ambler

> Sussex, UK
> Return E-mails to j...@skiprat.nethttp://www.skiprat.net


Old Dec 04, 2006, 03:11 PM
ravensworth2674
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Re: Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.


Paul, 6 e-mails with separate pages of articles are their way.

Maybe santa's little helpers for an old 76 year fart?
try yahoogroups

Cheers

Norm

Old Dec 14, 2006, 11:11 PM
Duracell Bunny
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Re: Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.

oldlock@hotmail.com wrote:
> Pass - not sure whats the difference ? The animal I am looking for
> allows to better control with small drills and faster insertion &
> removal of the drill, especially usefull with deep holes etc ..
>
> Thanks
>
> Paul
>
> Another posted mentioned one on another site, could you provide a URL ?
>
> On Dec 2, 11:08 pm, John Ambler <j...@skiprat.net> wrote:
>> Would that be a different device to the rack operated tailstock
>> attachment still listed in the Myford catalogue?
>>
>> On 1 Dec 2006 19:03:22 -0800, oldl...@hotmail.com wrote:
>>
>>> The title says it all really, the only slight hiccup is that I am in
>>> perth (not perth scotland) so postage might be a touch expensive, but
>>> thats a minor detail if anyone has one for sale ...
>>> Email to oldlock (at) hotmail (dot) com
>>> Ta
>>> Paul
>>> http://www.antique-locks.comJohn Ambler

>> Sussex, UK
>> Return E-mails to j...@skiprat.nethttp://www.skiprat.net

>


Try Minitech in Brisbane - http://www.minitech.com.au/ - they are the Myford
agents here. Nice people to deal with, & very helpful. They sometimes have used
stuff in stock too.

--
Karen

If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to be a horrible warning.'
Catherine Aird
Old Dec 15, 2006, 03:11 AM
cmsteam@speedfactory.net
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Re: Wanted - lever action tailstock attachment for Myford S7.

Paul,
I'm now building a tailstock lever drilling attachment for my Myford S7
from
the Chris Heapy drawing here:
http://kansai.anesth.or.jp/gijutu/ko...rish/plans.htm
and pics here:
http://www.gadgetbuilder.com/DrillSh...#Lever%20Drill
A Jacobs # 0 or #1 chuck can be mounted.
A nice little project.
RichD, Atlanta, USA

oldlock@hotmail.com wrote:
> The title says it all really, the only slight hiccup is that I am in
> perth (not perth scotland) so postage might be a touch expensive, but
> thats a minor detail if anyone has one for sale ...
>
> Email to oldlock (at) hotmail (dot) com
>
> Ta
>
> Paul
>
> http://www.antique-locks.com


 


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