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      email: tony@lathes.co.uk
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      Hardinge Precision Plain-turning Lathes of the 1930s and 1940s

      Hardinge HLV-H Home Page

      Model HLV - early narrow-bed type 
      Hardinge DV-59, DSM-59, TFB-H, HC-AT, HSL-59 & HC   
      Hardinge History  Hardinge Millers 
      HLV & HLV-H Accessories
      Early Hardinge Cataract Toolroom Lathe   
      Late "split-bed" Model TL Toolroom Lathe  Plain Lathes 1930/40s
      HLV-H Copies: Barer, Cyclematic & Sharp

      A Data Pack is available for the early HLV and a Handbook,
      Parts Manual and Maintenance Manual for the HLV-H

      Circa 1942 Hardinge Model TR lathe on the makers underdrive wooden stand. When equipped with lever-action slides the Model was known as the ESM - and could also be had with an open flat-belt drive headstock for drive from a remote countershaft.
      In the early 1930s one Leigh R. Evans designed an underneath drive for the Cataract enclosed-head, plain-turning precision bench lathe, possibly the first new product by Hardinge Brothers company after moving to Elmira, NY. A patent to cover the design was submitted during 1934 and granted as No. 2,066,560, filed in 1937 and assigned to Hardinge Brothers.
      Patent drawings show both a newly-designed desk-type bench in wood (illustrated above) as well as its long-established predecessor with maple top and splash back carried on steel pipe legs - this design being the subject of a 1908 patent, No. 928045.

      Countershaft System inside the Hardinge underdrive stand

      Hardinge Precision Plain-turning
      Lathes of the 1930s and 1940s

      Hardinge HLV-H Home Page

      Model HLV - early narrow-bed type 
      Hardinge DV-59, DSM-59, TFB-H, HC-AT, HSL-59 & HC   
      Hardinge History  Hardinge Millers 
      HLV & HLV-H Accessories
      Early Hardinge Cataract Toolroom Lathe   
      Late "split-bed" Model TL Toolroom Lathe  Plain Lathes 1930/40s
      HLV-H Copies: Barer, Cyclematic & Sharp

      A Data Pack is available for the early HLV and a Handbook,
      Parts Manual and Maintenance Manual for the HLV-H

      email: tony@lathes.co.uk
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