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Bill Bright
 
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Default Cinc , L&W spindle tapers?

Can anybody tell me what taper of spindles were used in Cincinnati dividing
heads and L&W dividing heads? I would apprieciate it.

Thank you
Bill


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Uncle Lucky
 
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Default Cinc , L&W spindle tapers?

First guess off the top of my head is Brown & Sharpe taper 9 or larger.
Sorry can't be of more help...
Now Great-Uncle Lucky

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Can anybody tell me what taper of spindles were used in Cincinnati dividing
heads and L&W dividing heads? I would apprieciate it.

Thank you
Bill



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Dick Streff
 
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Default Cinc , L&W spindle tapers?

I don't know about the Cincinnati, but I have a larger 10" or so L+W. I
believe it has a Brown & Sharpe #11 spindle. If necessary I can verify
that later.

Dick

Uncle Lucky wrote:

First guess off the top of my head is Brown & Sharpe taper 9 or larger.
Sorry can't be of more help...
Now Great-Uncle Lucky

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Can anybody tell me what taper of spindles were used in Cincinnati dividing
heads and L&W dividing heads? I would apprieciate it.

Thank you
Bill





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