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steven dye17/01/2021 14:46:51
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hi all im after a few clarke cl500 lathe screw cutting gears if anyone can help or advice somewhere to buy ive already emailed machine mart but imagine they will be pricey im after (32,36,40,42,49,50t then i can do few different pitch threads thanks ste

Oldiron17/01/2021 14:52:51
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Put a wanted ad hereon this forum and other free sites like Homeworkshop would be your best bet.


Nicholas Farr17/01/2021 17:59:30
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Hi, you can always enquire here Clarke Service

Regards Nick.

Howard Lewis17/01/2021 18:23:33
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If you measure the OD, of one gear you should be able to calculate the Module for the gears.

I am assuming that the gears will be Metric and Module. OD in mm = (Tooth count +2 ) / Module

Possible Module? 1.25 or 1.5 as purely a guess.

Armed with that knowledge, and the thickness and bore of the gars, you stand a better chance of finding an alternative source of supply Recently, a friend was quoted something like 6 weeks for supply of parts for his CL500M., so other sources may be quicker and cheaper.

I assume that you do not have facilities to cut your own gears, and you would have to file the keyway, if unable to broach it in some way.


David Taylor 2523/01/2021 18:54:53
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Hi did you ever get a set or find an alternative many thanks

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