Details Of The 3 X 36 Flat Turret Lathe With Chucking Outfit For Work Up To 14 Inches Diameter

The Machine One 3 x 36 14-inch swing Flat :=============== Turret Lathe, Cross-feed Head, Single Drive, six Tool Blocks, four Tool Holders, Oil Pump and Piping, Friction Countershaft, Cast-iron Table for holding tools, etc., and suitable Wrenches.

Chucking Tools One 14-inch Face Plate.

One 14-inch three-jawed Scroll Chuck with reversible, three-step Jaws.

One extra set of Long-necked Jaws for inside gripping.

One extra set of Soft Blank Jaws that may be turned to fit any special form.

One dozen Outside Turning Cutters (one each 03, 06, 09; two each 04, 05, 07, and three 08).

Eight Inside Turning and Boring Cutters (one each 018, 019, 027, 028, and two each 016 and 017).

One 1 1/2-inch Round Boring Bar, with two cutters.

One 3 x 3 1/2-inch Extension Turning Bar, with two clamps.

All the above may be briefly described as 3 x 36 Flat Turret Lathe, with Chucking Outfit (Outfit C).

Double Outfit For Bar Work Up To 3 Inches Diameter And 36 Inches In Length, And Chuck Work Up To 14-Inch Swing Capacity

The Machine One 3 x 36 Flat Turret Lathe,

========== Cross-feed Head, Single Drive, four Tool Holders, three Stock Supports, Oil Pump and Piping, Friction Countershaft, Cast-iron Table for holding tools, etc., and suitable Wrenches.

Parts for handling the bar of stock Automatic

======================== Chuck and Roller Feed. Seventeen sets of Jaws for chuck, holding all sizes from 1 inch to 3 inches in diameter, inclusive.

Turning Tools Four Quick-opening Turners, ============= adjustable to all sizes from 3 inches down.

One Cross Slide for holding cutting-off and forming tools.

One Pointing Tool.

Screw Thread Cutting One 2-inch Automatic

============== (opening) Die, with nine sets of chasers for cutting all U. S. S. threads 1 inch to 2 inches in diameter, inclusive, by eighths.

Chucking Six Tool Blocks.

One 14-inch Face Plate.

One 14-inch three-jawed Scroll Chuck with reversible, three-step Jaws.

One extra set of Long-necked Jaws for inside gripping.

One extra set of Soft Blank Jaws that may be turned to fit any special form.

One dozen Outside Turning Cutters (one each 03, 06, 09 ; two each 04, 05, 07, and three 08).

Eight Inside Turning and Boring Cutters (one each 018, 019, 027, 028, and two each 016 and 017).

One 1 1/2-inch Round Boring Bar, with two cutters.

One 3 x 3 1/2-inch Extension Turning Bar, with two clamps.

All the above may be briefly described as 3 x 36 Flat Turret Lathe, with Automatic Die and Chucking Outfits (Outfits D and C).

Taper Turner

Taper Turner.

Taper Turner

ON the preceding page we illustrate our taper turning tool, which may use a single cutter and three back rests, or six cutters. It is provided with convenient means for varying the degree of taper and size without change of template.

This cam in turn is controlled by a wedge-shaped former or template shown below.

Formers for Controlling the Taper Turner

Formers for Controlling the Taper Turner.

The simplicity of this tool will appeal to all having had experience with previous types of taper turners.

In the illustration the upper former is blank and may be planed to any taper. The lower is ready for use.

Three jawed Centering Chuck, with Shank to fit Turret Tool

Three-jawed Centering Chuck, with Shank to fit Turret Tool.

Holder. Two-jawed Chuck Fitted to Spindle

Bell-mouth Pointing Tool.

These two chucks are used for locomotive frame bolts and other forgings in which there is a scant amount of stock for turning and with a head which may be forged on a trifle eccentric. The three-jawed chuck centers the forging by its body while the two-jawed chuck is constructed to grip the bolt-head where it finds it regardless of its eccentricity.

The pointing tool is used on the same work but may also be used on any work requiring beveled point.

Clutch Tap Holder

Clutch Tap Holder.

The clutch tap holder resists the cutting strain until the tap has reached the desired depth, at which point the carriage is stopped, causing the clutches to pull apart and allowing the tap to rotate with the work until spindle is reversed for screwing it out.

Chuck for Holding Drills

Chuck for Holding Drills.

Chuck for holding drills. The chuck body is held in one of the turret tool holders.

Centering Tool

Centering Tool.

Centering tool is for drilling centers in work for grinding or other purposes. By careful adjustment of two of the back rests just a little nearer the center than the third rest, absolutely true centering can be done.

Taper Turner 16312 Scroll Chuck Attached

12 Scroll Chuck Attached