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Milling attachment for lathe


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Old 06-12-2017, 07:58:06 PM
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I thought this was for a heavy 10 but is to small. Anyone know what it fits?
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Default Re: Milling attachment for lathe

Not Atlas. Atlas has the post on the cross slide, only a bored socket in the compound or for a milling attachment.

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Default Re: Milling attachment for lathe

Maybe a 9" South Bend? I have some odds and ends tooling that came with my 10K that has a similar design.
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Default Re: Milling attachment for lathe

I'm guessing it is at least partially home built. I built a similar attachment for my 9" South Bend, but the little stub at the bottom was machined with a taper to accommodate the compound locking bolts. It was done that way to keep the compound from trying to rise up under pressure.

With that said, it looks like it might easily fit a 9" south bend. The Atlas 10F I had was the same set-up only reversed, meaning that the cross slide had that stub on it and the compound had a hole in the base to receive it.

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