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    I have a old south bend lathe I need to identify so I can get a part I need for it. It has a 9" swing and a 3 1/2' bed.

    this is a picture of the only number I can find on it

    file:///C:/Users/tdliesman/Downloads/Untitled%20(1)

    Thanks Tom

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    Tom, that link looks like a path on your personal computer. No way to access the picture.
    Southwest Utah

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    • #3
      Which means you need to upload it to a service such as "imgur" and then link to that.

      There is a way to store the pic on this site, but it is not as convenient.
      CNC machines only go through the motions.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by tdliesman View Post
        I have a old south bend lathe I need to identify so I can get a part I need for it. It has a 9" swing and a 3 1/2' bed.

        this is a picture of the only number I can find on it

        file:///C:/Users/tdliesman/Downloads/Untitled%20(1)

        Thanks Tom
        There will be a serial number stamped into the bed on top to the right side.

        Then go here to look up your lathe http://www.wswells.com/sn/sn_db.htm

        Might give you an idea of manufacture date and possibly catalog info.

        I have a model 34 southbend made in 1915 - 13" swing 6' bed
        Last edited by 01-7700; 09-18-2018, 09:15 AM.

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