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Shop cleanup-- roborest, vicmarc adapters, more

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Roger Wiegand, Feb 14, 2020.

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  1. Roger Wiegand

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    1) SOLD pending payment Original (pre-vari-grind) style Oneway Wolverine sharpening adapters for bowl. spindle/detail gouges and skew chisel. $20 for all three)

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    2)SOLD pending payment Robo Rest for Wolverine platform. Like new. $75

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    3) SOLD pending payment #3 to #2 MT Adapter. $5



    4) Chuck adapters for Vicmarc 120 chuck, 1-1/2" x 8 TPI. $20 each or two for $35.
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    Plus actual shipping cost from 01778.
     
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  2. R Henrickson

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    Message sent about roborest
     
  3. Jon Calabria

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    Glad to purchase the following item.
    3) #3 to #2 MT Adapter.
     
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    sending message re: wolverine
     
  5. Michael Lyle

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    if avail i will tske the Robo Rest

    MLyle
     
  6. Mike Johnson

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    What is the ID TPI on the bushings?
     
  7. Roger Wiegand

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    Hi Mike--

    The internal thread is 8 TPI for a 1-1/2" shaft. This was a size used by Conover, larger, heavier Delta and Powermatic lathes from the 1970's and earlier, some Oliver's I believe, and probably many others.
     
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  8. Mike Johnson

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    Then what is the OD TPI?
     
  9. Emiliano Achaval

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    Let us know when you complete the sale. Or sales :)
     
  10. Roger Wiegand

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    Based on the Vicmarc website it appears to be M45-2 (ie 45 mm diameter, 2 mm pitch). I don't have a reliable way to measure it though.

    In any event, they fit the Vicmarc 120 chuck, Vicmarc part V00564
     
  11. Mike Johnson

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    Thanks Roger, when you get into the metric sized pitches they seem to come in a larger variety compared to the U.S. standard used pitches.
     
  12. Emiliano Achaval

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    Can we close this thread? Did you sell all items.?
     
  13. Roger Wiegand

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    Still have the Vicmarc adapters, but you can close it. Seems pretty clear no one needs them.
     
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