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      email: tony@lathes.co.uk
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      AA109, 109, Craftsman 80  & Dunlap Lathes
      - also badged as Simpson and Courlan and manufactured by the American "Double A Company" -

      AA109 & Craftsman 90 Lathes Home Page

      Craftsman Home Page   Model 80 & AA109, Dunlap & Companion Lathes
      Last AA109 Model 109.21280    Early 9-inch and 12-inch Lathes   
      Late-model 12-inch Lathes     
      Craftsman 6" Lathe Mk. 1    Craftsman 6" Lathe Mk. 2   
      Craftsman wood lathe conversion kit to metal

      SEARS Model 549-2892 8-inch Lathe (Re-badged Emco Compact 8)

      Sherman Clark Mfg. Co. of Jackson Michigan - Armature Lathe
      Craftsman-branded Wood Lathes   Courlan-branded 109


      A complete set of Craftsman sales and other literature is available, covering
      all machines produced during the period 1929 to 1966

      Also available: the 3 distinctly different "manuals" that
      cover all  versions of the 109 Metal Lathes

      Should any reader have a particularly original AA109 or Model 80
      the writer would be pleased to feature it in the Archive




      The whole of the epicyclic gear assembly. On the left the annulus gear, free to rotate on the spindle: in the middle the carrier plate keyed to the spindle with its 3 "planet" pinions: on the right, and also free to spin on the headstock spindle, the 3-step pulley with its attached "sun" gear.

      The carrier plate with 6 slots in its periphery to accept the sliding block that locked it to the annulus gear

      The annulus gear of the epicyclic gear assembly showing the internal gear teeth and, at the top, the sliding block that locked into the carrier plate

      Two-position indent pin on the face of the headstock used to lock the annulus gear

      A view of the mechanism in place but without the annulus gear

      The MAZAK Planetary gears and their mounting plate

      Above and below: a particularly fine and original Craftsman Model 80

      AA109 branded as a Courlan - a photographic essay featuring this lathe can be found here


      AA109 & Craftsman 90 Lathes Home Page

      A complete set of Craftsman sales and other literature is available, covering
      all machines produced during the period 1929 to 1966

      Also available: the 3 distinctly different "manuals" that
      cover all  versions of the 109 Metal Lathes


      Craftsman Home Page   Model 80 & AA109, Dunlap & Companion Lathes
      Last AA109 Model 109.21280    Early 9-inch and 12-inch Lathes   
      Late-model 12-inch Lathes     
      Craftsman 6" Lathe Mk. 1    Craftsman 6" Lathe Mk. 2   
      Craftsman wood lathe conversion kit to metal

      SEARS Model 549-2892 8-inch Lathe (Re-badged Emco Compact 8)

      Sherman Clark Mfg. Co. of Jackson Michigan - Armature Lathe
      Craftsman-branded Wood Lathes   Courlan-branded 109


      AA109, 109, Craftsman 80  & Dunlap Lathes
      - also badged as Simpson and Courlan and manufactured by the American "Double A Company" -
      email: tony@lathes.co.uk
      Home   Machine Tool Archive   Machine-tools Sale & Wanted
      Machine Tool Manuals   Catalogues   Belts   Books   Accessories

      Should any reader have a particularly original AA109 or Model 80
      the writer would be pleased to feature it in the Archive

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