Know where I can get a manual? How many plates did it come with?
It was a pia to scan every page in that lot book. The reason I scanned it in four sections was to be able to email the files.... Later on, Keith Rucker had the vintage machinery site so I and others could upload info... I have been collecting K&T for many years now and am proud to be able to share with others and when I take my dirt nap, all of it won't go out to the trash... Cheers from hot Louisiana; Ramsay 1You have to flat love the K&T lot number system.
As a side note, When searching for a foot stock, bear in mind that those units are offset from the centerline of the spindle.... The ten and twelve inch unit have the same offset, the 14 is more... You may find this manual useful: http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/detail.aspx?id=6636Know where I can get a manual? How many plates did it come with?
Page 11 in manual - first line item at top of pageHey guys, just getting around to determining which indexing plates I need, to do what I needed to do with the dividing head.... cut gears.
So correct me if I'm wrong, I need plate No.3, in order to cut a 51 tooth gear?