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      A detailed Manual & Parts List  is available for all Boxford lathes

      We also manufacture and supply changewheels and many other spares including

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      Fixed steady

      Travelling steady

      4-position rotating Multi-stop

      Micrometer-stop for saddle traverse

      Boring TableT slotted cross slide and boring table. Some cross slides had only one T slot to the rear, others had three or even four. The boring table, always a comparatively expensive option, simply slid into position in place of the cross slide; today, it is a rare to find one with a used machine. New T-slotted slides are available, email for details.

      Taper turning unit. Additional details here

      Draw-in collet attachment: Handwheel and hollow draw bar, tapered closing sleeve and spindle-nose thread protector. If you need to make one, here is the data: the draw tube is 3/4 inch OD and the bore at the collet end 19/32 (0.594) inch diameter.   At the collet end it is tapped with a 26 t.p.i right-hand 60-degree (American) V thread, for a length of 3/4 inch.  The maximum diameter of the (female) thread is 0.645 inch, i.e. the depth of thread is (0.645 - 0.594)/2 = 0.0256 inches.

      Collet nose adapter and protector as used on South Bend 9-inch lathes and early models of the Boxford. Later versions of the cap had a slightly different exterior profile and where chrome plated



      Boxford production capstan unit and lever-operated cut-off slide

      Expensive when new (and with few sold_ the "Little Giant" toolpost grinder is now a sought-after accessory. It was supplied, complete with accessories, in a particularly neat fitted metal case. Additional Boxford Little Giant photographs here

      Boxford milling and dividing attachment. This cleverly designed, beautifully made but very expensive (and difficult-to-find) assembly features completely interchangeable components. The T slotted table, vice and dividing unit all have a mounting spigot identical to that used on the top slide - and so can be fitted either to the milling column, or used independently on the cross slide.
      The 40: 1 ratio dividing head (supplied with either two or three plates) was a direct fit on the milling slide using the inverted come mounting. The spindle passed through the main casting and had,  at one end, a No. 1 Morse taper centre and a drive plate - this allowed work to be turned between centres with the second centre held by the drop bracket sliding along the overarm. At the other end of the spindle was a standard Boxford lathe spindle thread 1.125" x 8 t.p.i. that could, of course, mount chucks or other threaded fittings. The maximum diameter of work held between centres was 80 mm (3") and maximum length 90 mm (3.5")
      Additional pictures lower down the page.

      Boxford slide with attached T-slotted table mounted on a late-model VSL

      The T-slotted table from the slide could also, most usefully,  be mounted in place of the top slide

      Boxford milling and dividing attachment. This cleverly designed, beautifully made but very expensive (and difficult-to-find) assembly featured completely interchangeable components. The T slotted table, vice and dividing unit all had a mounting spigot identical to that used on the top slide - and so could be fitted to either the milling column, or used independently on the cross slide.

      Produced in very limited
      numbers - the ultra-rare and very useful "compound" milling slide

      Very hard to find - though very useful to own - the Boxford Compound milling slide mounted in place of the top slide. With 360° of swivel on the base and something like 270° on the T-slotted slide before it contacted the bed, it was possible to arrange even awkward jobs satisfactorily.



      A detailed Manual & Parts List  is available for all Boxford lathes

      We also manufacture and supply changewheels and many other spares

      including beltsthread-dial indicators, faceplates & other parts

      Boxford Lathe Accessories
      Boxford Home Page   Boxford Models A, B, C, AUD, BUD & CUD 
      Model ME10   Boxford VSL & 500 Vari-Speed   Model T & TUD Training Lathes   
      Miniature Precision Boxfords  Larger Precision Boxford   Model CSB   
      AUD Photo Essay  Serial Numbers   Screwcutting Gearbox  Boxford Accessories 
             Drive Systems  Precision Tools  South Bend Clones  Late Model Boxfords
      Spare Parts For Sale  Catalogue Covers   
      Gap-bed Boxford   Boxford Aprons
      Little Giant Tool Post Grinder


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