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  • Photo: Hendey Lathe 1916

    THAT OLD GANG 'O MINE

  • #2
    And the restaurant tables are behind the photographer?

    Talk about clean !!
    Ed Bryant

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    • #3
      great photo, great photographer - i like the contrast, full black through to white, kinda like a industrial Ansel Adams! where are you coming up with all of these?

      [This message has been edited by Mcgyver (edited 06-14-2005).]
      in Toronto Ontario - where are you?

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      • #4
        Looks like a real beauty. I bet they were real proud of it back then. Quick change gears and all.

        Paul A.
        Paul A.
        SE Texas

        Make it fit.
        You can't win and there IS a penalty for trying!

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        • #5
          Easy now . . . I still use an 18x48 circa 1919 in my shop eveyday I do have the overhead 4 speed gearbox and motor that drives the belt. Built like a tank and still makes all the parts I need to make in my shop. The clutch takes some getting use to since its cone style and you rotate a knob to engage the feeds.

          I often think while running it if only it could talk and tell me all the various parts its made over its life? I think it would be interesting to know where its been, but then again I have it and it works and thats the main thing.
          "There is no more formidable adversary than one who perceives he has nothing to lose." - Gen. George S. Patton

          http://www.flowbenchtech.com

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