Any useful literature download manuals etc
|Grant Allen 1||23/03/2019 19:45:10|
|48 forum posts|
Hello all, hopefully I can pick your brains as you were all so helpful on paint enamels and epoxy.
I'm looking for downloadable manual etc parts list to do with a 1947 M type 3 1/2 lathe. All help is massively appreciated.
|Nicholas Farr||23/03/2019 21:33:11|
1839 forum posts
Hi Grant, the only one I know of, can be found in this **LINK** it's for the Drummond, but they are both the same machine basically.
|195 forum posts|
FYI there is the Drummond users group on yahoo
|85 forum posts|
Hi Grant, I sent you a PM, the manual that I have is the same as in link from Nick. It is well worth googling the Drummond forum , they have a very extensive file section and a lot of "experts" to answer questions. I will add that most of the really knowledgable members are also on this forum.
|Grant Allen 1||24/03/2019 03:35:25|
|48 forum posts|
Thank you for that information, I shall have a look on there.
|David George 1||24/03/2019 07:23:56|
787 forum posts
Hi Grant I have an M Type Drummond and have done a few mods which make it a little user friendly. The Drummond user group has quite a lot of information in the files section as well as lots of pictures to help. There isn't a parts list as such but some of the major parts have been drawn up and the handbook tells you how to adjust bearings etc. Where are you based as if it helps with where to get help etc.
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