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TheOldHokie

01-28-2013 09:49:51
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NCMau said: (quoted from post at 12:57:08 01/28/13) Yes I understand it was belt driven. What intrigues me is the small
side pulley for the up and down travel. I am guessing that would be
a production function allowing to make an automated travel. If it is, is not really making sense to me.


That looks to be a drive for the "table" feed powered off the main spindle. The line belt drives the main spindle which in turn drives the table feed. That gives you a power feed on the "table" which feeds the work up into the rotating cutting tool automagically. My guess is if you look you will find some sort of clutch that disengages the secondary drive to allow you to feed the work piece manually. Same principle is still used on a modern milling machine table although it uses gears not belts to power the table feed. Hard to tell from the pictures but it looks like it's a pair of multi-sheave pulley's so that you can adjust the drive ratio to vary the amount of feed/revolution same as you do using the gearbox on a modern machine.

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NCMau

01-28-2013 12:18:02
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 Re: OT. Got another one in reply to TheOldHokie, 01-28-2013 09:49:51  
Thanks for the info. I guess you are right. I do see clutches that can do what you said. There has to be some manual manual operation, and I will find out when I get this baby loose.
By looking at the structure of this machine, it looks like is a wood working tool more than metal.



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TheOldHokie

01-28-2013 12:29:16
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 Re: OT. Got another one in reply to NCMau, 01-28-2013 12:18:02  
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It sure doesn't look like a drill press of any type. From your pictures I can't tell what that spindle setup might be used for.

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NCMau

01-28-2013 12:43:15
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 Re: OT. Got another one in reply to TheOldHokie, 01-28-2013 12:29:16  
It has a #1 morse taper female. So I guess you can put a chuck or whatever.



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TheOldHokie

01-28-2013 15:16:46
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 Re: OT. Got another one in reply to NCMau, 01-28-2013 12:43:15  
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I assume the MT-1 socket is in the spindle and could hold any type of morse taper shank tooling. But what is the bottom part that feeds upward? There is no table like you would have on a drill press. Looks more like a punch press but they don't have a rotating spindle.



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NCMau

01-30-2013 04:40:05
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 Re: OT. Got another one in reply to TheOldHokie, 01-28-2013 15:16:46  
Maybe a punch press for leather stock?



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 Re: OT. Got another one in reply to NCMau, 01-28-2013 12:43:15  

Well I got another one for ya this one was made in Lancaster Pa. USA. Champion Blower and Forge but no date.As you can see it is hand powered the spindle feeds down in adjustable increments each rev of the handle or fancy wheel can you imagine buying a piece of equipment today with such intricate detail as the spokes on that wheel.

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NCMau

01-29-2013 09:41:30
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 Re: OT. Got another one in reply to flembo, 01-28-2013 13:45:30  
If you haven't yet, make a Google search. There are all kinds of images of Champion Blower and Forge products.
I love old tools. My whole woodworking shop is equipped with 40' and 50' vintage equipment. In those days there were no Made in China tools, and they were all industrial grade.



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