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CVA 1A series 3 travelling steady

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George Maclean25/10/2020 18:15:32
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Hi have a CVA !A series and I believe the correct travelling steady. But there

are no tapped holes or dowels in the cross slide to bolt in on. Anybody there

with one fitted or experiences fitting one photo appreciated,

Thanks

George.//

David George 126/10/2020 08:57:18
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Hi George have you looked at lathes.co.uk as there is a couple of pictures on there and it looks like they are fastened into a T slot on the top slide.

http://www.lathes.co.uk/cva/

David

Edited By David George 1 on 26/10/2020 08:58:29

DC31k26/10/2020 09:16:55
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It would be unworkable to have tapped holes in the cross-slide for a travelling steady as it would be difficult to centre when setting up and would change position every time you put on a cut.

The mounting points will be in the saddle of the machine.

As David says, look on the lathes site: the one picture there that shows the travelling steady has it bolted to the tailstock side of the saddle - it spans over the cross slide.

Maybe also look at pictures of the Monarch 10ee for guidance as the CVA has some similarities to that machine.

George Maclean26/10/2020 17:58:29
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for the replys ( I meant saddle !) have been to Tony' s site, The single arm follower if that what it is on

the earlier machine round machine is on the side of the saddle.. The later photos series 1A-3 further down the pages show what I have . I have the parts list PD1182 Original manual D M Cole and Sons the Dorking address It's fixed by four bolts two either side or two could be dowels but parts manual indicates bolts. Just wondered if these lathes only came out of the factory set up only for the acessories bought at the time of purchase?

Somebody must have a travelling steady in action??,

Any one need a copy of the parts manual can do at cost.

Thanks for the replys George.//

PS Can I upload pic's ?

Oldiron26/10/2020 18:59:11
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Posted by George Maclean on 26/10/2020 17:58:29:

Hi Guys,

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PS Can I upload pic's ?

Guide here --> Posting pics

Dave S26/10/2020 20:55:37
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On mine there are a pair of hole on the chuck side and a pair on the tail stock side:


I have no travelling steady, only the fixed one.

Dave

George Maclean26/10/2020 21:26:42
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Thanks,

Dave

Says it all no holes or little bosse's on mine,

Thanks again.

Dave S27/10/2020 12:20:02
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Does that mean you have a travelling steady for sale then?

Dave

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