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The Machine Shop! Bringing old machine tools back to life and putting them to work!

Springfield Lathe Arboga E-825-L Gear-Head Drill Press:
Part 1: Purchase and preliminary inspection.
Part 2: Disassembly and cleaning.
Part 3: Painting and reassembling the column.
Part 4: Getting the head together.
Part 5: Assembling the gearbox and quill.
Part 6: Cleaning and reassembling the mill table.
Part 7: Converting the quill feed.
Part 8: Rewiring the hi/low speed range controls.

Springfield Lathe 1948 DoAll LHF 16" Bandsaw:
Part 1: Pickup and preliminary cleanup.
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1943 Springfield 16" x 56" Gear Head Lathe:
Part 1: The ignoble beginning, a wrecker and a quick check.
Part 2: A couple preliminary fixes and a quick powered test!
Part 3: Disassembly, inspection and cleaning.
Part 4: Beginning assembly of the bases and bed.
Part 5: Installing and painting the headstock.
Springfield Lathe 1985 Jet 8" x 24" Mill-Drill:
Part 1: Pickup and preliminary cleanup.
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Springfield Lathe 1956 Sheldon 10" x 36" Lathe
Springfield Lathe 1956 Logan 11" x 24" Lathe
Springfield Lathe 2003 Grizzly 9" x 42" Vertical Mill
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Springfield Lathe 1962 Nichols Horizontal Hand Miller:
Part 1: Pickup and preliminary cleanup.
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Springfield Lathe 1909 Rockford Drilling Machine:
Part 1: Pickup and preliminary cleanup.
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Springfield Lathe Anayak Exacto Vertical Mill:
Part 1: Pickup and preliminary cleanup.
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Springfield Lathe 1968 Christensen 40-Ton Hydraulic Press:
Part 1: Pickup and preliminary cleanup.
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