Tool and Tool Parts Wanted

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  1. Dave Coatsworth

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    Post your request for tools and tool parts here. Please post a follow-up, or notify me by Private Message, when your request has been satisfied so I can remove your request. Please conduct any transactions by Private Message.
     
  2. wefalck

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    #2 wefalck, Oct 29, 2016
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    There are some parts I have been looking for for decades to complete my lathe sets (Lorch, Schmidt & Co. and Wolf, Jahn & Co.):

    - A 90° steady for D-bed lathes (I only ever saw one on ebay and didn't get it):
    LS-58c.jpg

    - A collet-holding screw-tailstock for WW-lathes

    - A rotating head-stock for WW-lathes

    - A set of or individual wheel-chucks for a WW-lathe:
    LS-76.jpg
     
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    Looking for a Jig Bore

    I'm looking for a Jig Bore. I prefer a Hauser M1, 2A3, or 2BA. I'm open to other models if comparable.

    Thanks!
     
  4. robmack

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    K&D Inverto 17 Anvil Plate wanted

    I'm looking for the anvil plate ONLY for a K&D Inverto 17 staking tool. The anvil plate I currently have my Inverto 17 seems not to be original, because there are holes spread over the plate, that some of the holes don't line up to the arm and there is no hole large enough to accept a stake in the inverted position. I am not too fussy on condition of the plate so long as it is serviceable.
     
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    I am looking for collets for this lathe: Massachusetts Lathe The collets differ from most lathe collets in that the draw bar has external threads and the collet has internal threads.
     
  7. RodJB

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    I'M LOOKING FOR SOME OLD RUBY RED AGATE OIL POTS OR CUPS FOR A BERGEON 4 CUP OILER. MINE IS MISSING THE 2 LARGER POTS ON THE RIGHT. I ALSO HAVE SOME WOODEN OIL CUPS THAT ARE MISSING THEIR INSERTS AS WELL. ANYONE HAVE ANY SPARES OR KNOW A REASONABLE SOURCE?
    THEY MEASURE ROUGHLY ABOUT 17mm ACROSS.
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    I'm looking for K&D Hairspring collet closing stakes #27 & #28.
    Much appreciated
     
  9. MartinM

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    Looking for a C. E. Marshall/Moseley #11 stump for closing cannons.
     
  10. motormaker

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    I am looking for a watchmakers' lathe countershaft similar to one of these. It needs to be fully functional but not necessarily pristine (I want to use it). Thanks.
    Jim
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  11. RodJB

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    BERGEON No. 2301 MAINSPRING WINDER & LET DOWN TOOL CHUCKS NEEDED
    I am looking for any of these four sizes... 0, 000, 23 & or 24
    Anyone have a partial No. 2301 set they could spare a chuck or two from?
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  12. wefalck

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    Forgot to mention that about a year ago finally another one turned up on ebay. Got it, but don't ask me about the price ;) Became a Christmas gift from my wife ...
     
  13. sharukh

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    How about a picture ?

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  14. wefalck

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    I didn't get around to set up the 6 mm with this 90° tailstock, but here are a couple of (edited) picture from the auction:

    Lorch-58e-1-72.jpg

    Lorch-58e-2-72.jpg

    The tailstock has the same taper as the other tailstocks. I am not sure why the inclined face of the insert faces upward in all old catalogue pictures, as the pressure from the tool would deflect the part upward and, therefore, the inclined face should face downward. However, the face has a slight V-groove milled in and perhaps that is sufficient to prevent the deflection of very delicate parts. I will have to experiment with it and make a few inserts myself.
     
  15. gmorse

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    Hi wefalck,

    Surely it would be the right way up if mounted behind the bed, as the pictures suggest it was?

    Regards,

    Graham
     
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    When the tool is set at centre-height or a tad below, as is common, the workpiece will be deflected upwards by the tool-pressure. Hence, a steady should act to keep the work-piece down. Also, if the face is up, the lower edge would interfere with the cutting tool.
     
  17. cbaron

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    I'm looking for a set of 8mm lathe collets, I'm not particular about the specific maker as long as they all match. Ideally a set of 50+. Thanks!
     
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    Looking for a Seitz Pivot Gauge

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  19. Duncanbootmaker

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    G'day Wefalk,
    I know it's been a while since you posted, and you might have it all sussed out by now, but I was wondering if the upward facing bevel is because the friction from the rotation of the work-piece will make it try to 'drive' down the surface of the steady, and therefore move the work-piece towards the cutter slightly, which is pushing back the other way slightly, and so cancel each other out?
    Just thinking about the physics of it all and I may be completely wrong, but the 'old guys' knew what they were doing, and it's something I have to remind myself of regularly, when reading antique shoemaking books, when something seems odd to give the old way a try, and I often have an 'Ah Ha' moment :)
    Cheers
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  20. wefalck

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    Only saw your comment today. In a way you may be right. And yes, these designs were based on experience, not on theoretical engineering considerations. I haven't used this implement yet in anger in order to be able to comment with my own experience.
    I gather, the cutter must be very precisely at centre-height, as the downward forces from the friction cannot be very heigh - if the cutter was only a tad below centre-height, there is a tendency for the work-piece to jump up and over the cutting edge, particularly with softer materials (which is a practical experience I had many times).
     
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  21. RodJB

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    PARTS FOR BERGEON PLATAX No. 2677 WANTED
    I NEED THESE 2 PARTS IF ANYONE HAS A PARTIAL SET THEY DON'T USE ANYMORE.
    THE LONGER ONE IS ABOUT 1 1/2 INCHES
    THE BRASS ONE IS MAYBE JUST OVER AN INCH.


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  22. RodJB

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    I HAVE AN EXTRA PUNCH FOR MY PLATAX WHICH I CAN TRADE FOR THE ABOVE PARTS ...

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  23. RodJB

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    Still looking for these...
     
  24. RodJB

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    WANTED: 0.275-40tpi 8mm COLLET THREAD DIE
    I OWN 2 OF THESE BUT CAN'T FIND EITHER ONE OF MINE. ANYONE GOT A SPARE?
     
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    Looking for my first lathe can anyone help
     
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  26. Llamazares Gil

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    hello, I would be interested in buying a second hand 8mm watchmaker's lathe.
    I would need to have accessory slide rest accessory.
    Thanks
     
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    I seek a KWM Bushing tool by Elma, and some parts for it as well (I know Timesavers has the tool holder).
     
  28. RodJB

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    #28 RodJB, Apr 20, 2019
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    LOOKING FOR A KNURLED NOT FOR A BOLEY TAILSTOCK SPINDLE CLAMP.
    SEE ARROW
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  29. RodJB

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    WANTED: POCKET WATCH KEY SIZE GAUGE OR GAGE -
    You don't see these often but I would like to find a pocket watch key size gauge
     
  30. Pete Cronos

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    I recently picked up a Levin Offset Head # 0662-03. I did find it listed in one
    of their catalogs under contact lens tooling.
    It is listed as having a male #2 B&S taper.
    I am looking for tooling such as a drill chuck, and other items that
    have a female #2 B&S Taper.
     
  31. Christopher Wilfong

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    Hi I'm looking for a Bergeon 5896 truing caliper that has good pivot protectors . Thanks Chris
     
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    Looking for a Webster escapement wheel tooth straightener tool.
     
  33. ratch

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    Anyone have a webster mainspring winder laying around and want to get rid of it ?
     
  34. Phil G4SPZ

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    Looking for 6.5mm collets by either Telco, T.C.M. or Wolf-Jahn, with 40 TPI threads. I need sizes in the 28-50 range (2.8-5.0mm) to fit my Telco 6.5mm watchmaker’s lathe.

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    Many thanks,

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    I sent you a private message
     
  36. turboflyer

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    I have had this lathe for some time. 8mm. Just can’t seem to pull the trigger on a sherline. I am hopeful to find a headstock chuck and tailstock chuck . Most of the collets are Mosley. Thanks

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  37. wefalck

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    The bed is a Boley reform, but the wax chuck (converted to driving centre, I suppose) you showed, is a Mosley conoidal, not WW. Is the headstock Boley or Mosley ? If the headstock is Boley, these are not the right collets.

    If the headstock is Boley, it should be no problem to find various makes of three-jaw chucks on WW-arbors that fit.

    What do you mean by 'tailstock chuck' ?
     
  38. turboflyer

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    That is one of the Mosley headstock cutters. I thought the tail stock could be fitted with a drill chuck but obviously needs the right shaft size. Seems like everything I look at get to be stupid money, more than the sherline. I thought the I thought the bed and head were the same.
     

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