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Baldric10/12/2010 13:22:29
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I have a single phase Boxford AUD MKIII but the speed plate is missing. Can anyone post a picture of this or let me know what the speeds are please.
 
I have tried to post this to the Boxford Yahoo group, but until you are know your posts are moderated, after several attempts over a month I have given up trying there.
 
Baldric.
Terryd10/12/2010 16:03:01
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Hi Baldric,
 
I can't help you directly at the moment but the guys at Boxford are very helpful, I've had quite a lot of information from them about my own Boxford CSB and a Boxford miller I was involved with once.  Some of the old guys still work there and have a wealth of knowledge about the machines.
 
Hope this helps
 
Terry
Speedy Builder510/12/2010 16:43:13
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I have the BOXFORD    Know Your Lathe manual for the AUD and model 'A,B and C' lathes, and there is no mention of spindle speeds.
 
I have an AUD,  and will put the tacho on it  tomorrow if you like.
 
Incidentally, the above manual explains screwcutting, thread sizes, morse tapers, pullies in its 116 pages
AndyP10/12/2010 16:50:12
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Hi Baldric,
My AUD is 3 phase and (I think) a MkII, it is 4 1/2" certainly and it's speed plate gives 210, 340, 540, 850, 1400 in direct drive and 40, 66, 105, 165, 270 in back gear. I can take a photo if you need it.
 
Cheers, Andy
Baldric10/12/2010 16:59:04
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Andy,
 
That sounds exactly like the information I need. I assume the motor on the 3-phase and single phase machines run at the same speed, if so you have answered the question.
 
Thanks,
 
Baldric.
Speedy Builder510/12/2010 17:28:44
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Update.  Have a look at this site:-
 
 
The speeds are contained within the text.
Speedy Builder510/12/2010 18:11:01
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Just been outside to the workshop.  Yep,  my model 'A'  AUD - III- 18993  has its original speed plate as follows:-
 
Un-geared   1400  850   540   340   210
Back Gear      270  165   105     66      40
 
Having checked a few speeds with my rev counter, they are in the right ballpark,  with a fast seed of 1406 (282 back gear) and lowest were 228 (44 back gear).
 
The model 'A' has the motor in the cabinet underneath the lathe bed.
 
 
Terryd10/12/2010 22:48:06
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Hi Baldric,
 
PM me with an email address and I can let you have an electronic copy of the Boxford book and a link to a site with reference to the Southbend on which the Boxford is based. Plus other info that might be useful.
 
Regards
 
Terry

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