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Detailed ACER 1440G lathe instructions?

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  • #16
    Thank you sir, I definitely wouldn't get that on my own, now I'll go check what gears the former owner left on the shafts, and if I even have a full set.

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    • #17
      Former owner never used the metric change gears, they are all in the little red toolbox with original preservative gunk. 25, 40, 86, and 91 gears are still mounted and dirty. Today I received the replacement for that all-important 30 volt peanut light bulb that lights the red "power" light on the front panel and I think we have everything the lathe came with originally, so we'll get it level and run the checks.

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      • #18
        My lathe is E1440-G. It's a VFD model.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by rws View Post
          My lathe is E1440-G. It's a VFD model.
          Thanks, and duh! on me for taking so long to pick up on what the coincentric circles on the threading diagram mean-if I had looked inside the gear cover before asking these questions I would have understood the picture since the 86 and 91- tooth gears are piggybacked. Small circle=86; large =91. Never dawned on me in the diagram alone.

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