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    Hi, a regard to all!!!
    I have need of help for search the thread spindle for to make to work a back plate from 8." the model of lathe china is CZ1237G.
    I have tried a lot of times to ask for info you have chinese company factory's on the thread of the spindle lathe , but they is armored and they have never told me what the thread was, because they didn't have an economic return of profit.
    I attach here the link pdf for the characteristics of the lathe if it can be useful to someone. if you have questions, you ask without hesitating.. I hope for someone can help.


    http://www.sundamachinetools.com/up_...he-CZ1224G.pdf

  • #2
    Not a threaded spindle!

    Originally posted by lathenew
    Hi, a regard to all!!!
    I have need of help for search the thread spindle for to make to work a back plate from 8." the model of lathe china is CZ1237G.
    I have tried a lot of times to ask for info you have chinese company factory's on the thread of the spindle lathe , but they is armored and they have never told me what the thread was, because they didn't have an economic return of profit.
    I attach here the link pdf for the characteristics of the lathe if it can be useful to someone. if you have questions, you ask without hesitating.. I hope for someone can help.


    http://www.sundamachinetools.com/up_...he-CZ1224G.pdf
    lathenew,
    Your lathe has a standard D1-4 mount, not a thread.

    Cheers,
    Les H.
    The Impossible Takes Just A Little Bit Longer!

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    • #3
      Unless he perchance refers to the threading on the outboard end of
      the spindle which is best measured but typically on a 12x37 is nominally
      42Mx1.5M but who apart from a wood turner would put a face plate
      on the outboard side of the spindle.
      Steve

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      • #4
        If you're next door I'll come and take a look. Peter
        The difficult done right away. the impossible takes a little time.

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