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Noteworthy threads - Check here first for helpful information!

Nels

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Greetings!

This thread is being created by popular demand so that the number of "stickies" can be reduced in each forum.
Here we will list the links of especially popular or helpful threads, so that you don't have to search through the entire forum in order to find them.

Please feel free to suggest any threads and/or list their links.


Noteworthy Threads


Where to get parts for South Bend Lathes
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=127.0

Vancouver Technical South Bend Lathe Video on YouTube
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=262.0

Installing a Phase II BXA Quick Change Tool Post on Atlas Craftsman Lathe
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=379.0

South Bend VFD Installation Videos!
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=423.0

Best method to "Glue" a serpentine belt together?
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=44.0

South Bend Lathe Machine Plates and Charts
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=220.0

Rebuilding and enhancing the South Bend Heavy 10 Tailstock by Jim Benjamin
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=577.msg2830#msg2830

Show us your "Heavy 10" (10L or 10R) & tell us about it!
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=15.0

The Reclamation of Nelson's Heavy 10L
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=1123.0

1952-53 10" Tool Room Restoration
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=123.0

Show us your Logan lathes!
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=185.0

Re: New South Bend Lathe Rebuild Manual - 10L ,13",14.5",16"
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=1140.0

South Bend 2011 Calendar by Dave Smith
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=406.0

South Bend Accessories & Attachments Catalog- Part I & Part II
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=49.0

South Bend 10"- 16" Lathe Parts List
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php?topic=62.0



... More to come ...
 

pjf134

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What about the SB9A,B & C's out there, most on your list is 10's. I know a lot of the parts are the same, but the 9's have some different specs. on some items and should be pointed out. It's a good start anyway. Also SB made some smaller lathes & clones which I assume are metric.
Paul
 
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intjonmiller

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So has there been a major system upgrade since this was posted? I can't get the links to work. At least not the half dozen or so that I tried. They seem to be formatted differently than others I'm seeing on the site.
 

JimDawson

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So has there been a major system upgrade since this was posted? I can't get the links to work. At least not the half dozen or so that I tried. They seem to be formatted differently than others I'm seeing on the site.
Those postings were made in May of 2011. Since then, there have been several smaller changes and one major (HUGE) change to the forum software. So yes, the links are broken. I checked a couple of titles in search, and was taken back to this page. Not sure what to tell you to do. It looks like the threads that the links are supposed to point to don't even exist anymore. We also lost a number of threads in a major system crash a few months ago.
 

JimDawson

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So has there been a major system upgrade since this was posted? I can't get the links to work. At least not the half dozen or so that I tried. They seem to be formatted differently than others I'm seeing on the site.
I PM'd Robert (wa5cab) and he is going to try to untangle the links. You can also send a PM to him for help on this one.
 
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