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On Tue, 29 Nov 2011 08:38:11 -0600, "James"
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Hi Group, I just purchased a Jet JWL-1236 lathe and if someone out
there has one of these lathes I have a question. Can someome tell me
what each indexing stop represents in inches? I have the instuction
manual but it doesn't say anything about it. My old lathe didn't have
stops on it so its kind of a new thing to me. Thanks, Jim



Are you referring to the 12 indexing positions on the spindle? The
would be 30 degrees apart. I'm not sure what you're asking when you
say "inches".
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On Tue, 29 Nov 2011 08:38:11 -0600, "James"
wrote:


Hi Group, I just purchased a Jet JWL-1236 lathe and if someone out
there has one of these lathes I have a question. Can someome tell me
what each indexing stop represents in inches? I have the instuction
manual but it doesn't say anything about it. My old lathe didn't
have stops on it so its kind of a new thing to me. Thanks, Jim



Are you referring to the 12 indexing positions on the spindle? The
would be 30 degrees apart. I'm not sure what you're asking when you
say "inches".


Thanks for the reply. I was referring to the index holes on the
spindle. I can probably figure out my spacing from that. Jim

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On 11/29/2011 6:08 PM, James wrote:
Nova wrote:

On Tue, 29 Nov 2011 08:38:11 -0600, "James"
wrote:


Hi Group, I just purchased a Jet JWL-1236 lathe and if someone out
there has one of these lathes I have a question. Can someome tell me
what each indexing stop represents in inches? I have the instuction
manual but it doesn't say anything about it. My old lathe didn't
have stops on it so its kind of a new thing to me. Thanks, Jim



Are you referring to the 12 indexing positions on the spindle? The
would be 30 degrees apart. I'm not sure what you're asking when you
say "inches".


Thanks for the reply. I was referring to the index holes on the
spindle. I can probably figure out my spacing from that. Jim

James -

I think you have us all confused. Typically there are indexing holes
on the large pulley that is mounted to the spindle in the machine head
end. I think I have 60 in my old machine - I'll try to count soon. It
is circ. 1947 or 46 Made in the USA.

If your are talking about different holes - please explain. The Jet
might have something all together different - or you might not
understand something.

Martin

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