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Miscellaneous Operations - Craftsman 113.228162 Owner's Manual

12-inch wooo-turning lathe
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Position the backstick against
a pre-turned
Portion
near the
Center of the spindle, this port on being at least
1/8-
n over
finish
size to alloW for
ater rernovat
of any
marks
made
UpOn itl Operate
lathe
at a slower
speed
than
norma
LubriCate
the
workpiece
at point
of
contact
with
the
backstick;
using beeswax
(preferably),
lard
or grease.
After
completing
the turning,
remov e the backstick
and
f n ish off
the Original: point
of cOntact_
Sand
off
any
slight
burns
remaining
on workp ece.
MISCELLANEOUS
OPERATaONS
GUIDE
BLOCKS
FOR SCRAPING
OPERATIONS
A guide block can be clamped
to a chise_ to limit
the depth of
cut and aid in the production
of perfect
cylinders,
tapers
and
facings on faceptate
turnings,
SCraping
methods
must
be
used when the guide block is employed.
DRILLING
For cross drilling
flat sided
work,
use a (metal-lathe)
drilt
pad in the tailst ock and place a scrap board between
the pad
and the work.
For cross drilling
round stock, use a (metal-
lathe}
crotch
center
in the tailstock.
Work
in which
it is
desired
to drill random
holes can be positioned
as desired
on supporting
blocks laid upon the lathe bed+ It can be held
by hand -- or can be supported
from
behind by a drill pad
mounted
in the tailstock.
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CROSS
DRILLING
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