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      Makers of "Bench Precision" Lathes

      - plain-turning lathes intended for toolmaking

      and light production work -

       

      Links on lathes.co.uk to some makers of plain-turning, precision bench lathes. These lathes all lacked conventional
      screwcutting by a changewheel-driven leadscrew (though some had, as an option, a screwcutting feed to the top slide)
      and could be fitted up in three ways: with a screw-feed compound slide rest as lathe for use by a toolmaker simple
      but very accurate one-off work; as a second-operation?lathe equipped, usually, with the slide rest and tailstock fitted
      with lever operation and finally, as a full-blown production lathe in which case the usual fitting would have been a
      bed-mounted indexing capstan unit and lever operation of the collet closer. However, depending upon the job in hand,
      any combination of parts could be used and the so lathes versatility best exploited. Of course, some exceptions
      existed with some makers, including Boley and Lorch, offering plain-turning versions of otherwise screwcutting
      models while others, such as Schaublin, always distinguished between the types and had dedicated models for each application.

      America
      http://www.yfdg.cc/ames
      http://www.yfdg.cc/bottum
      http://www.yfdg.cc/cataract
      http://www.yfdg.cc/derbyshire
      http://www.yfdg.cc/elgin
      http://www.yfdg.cc/hardinge
      http://www.yfdg.cc/hjorth
      http://www.yfdg.cc/levin
      http://www.yfdg.cc/pearce
      http://www.yfdg.cc/potter
      http://www.yfdg.cc/pratt&whitney
      http://www.yfdg.cc/remington
      http://www.yfdg.cc/rivett
      http://www.yfdg.cc/sloan&chace
      http://www.yfdg.cc/stark
      http://www.yfdg.cc/UND
      http://www.yfdg.cc/vannorman
      http://www.yfdg.cc/wade
      http://www.yfdg.cc/waltham

      Of other known US makers few details survive,
      these including: Ballou (sometimes found badged as
      ?/span>"Waterhouse Electric & Mfg. Co.), Ballou & Whitcombe,
      Engineering Appliance Co. (Jamestown, N.Y.), Sawyer Watch Tool Co.,
      Fenn-Sadler. and the "Cosa Corporation of New York"

      England
      http://www.yfdg.cc/benson
      http://www.yfdg.cc/BWC
      http://www.yfdg.cc/beswick (C.H. Joyce)
      http://www.yfdg.cc/claudiusash
      http://www.yfdg.cc/cromwell
      http://www.yfdg.cc/CVA/page2.html
      http://www.yfdg.cc/george-adams
      http://www.yfdg.cc/holbrook
      http://www.yfdg.cc/pultra/page9.html
      http://www.yfdg.cc/smart-and-brown-model-L
      http://www.yfdg.cc/stedall
      http://www.yfdg.cc/vidal
      http://www.yfdg.cc/woodhouse-mitchell-precision/

      France
      http://www.yfdg.cc/amsa (?)
      http://www.yfdg.cc/crouzet/page3.html
      http://www.yfdg.cc/jenny
      http://www.yfdg.cc/precis
      http://www.yfdg.cc/prudor
      http://www.yfdg.cc/sombv
      http://www.yfdg.cc/codima/
      JCH ?no details yet?/p>

      Germany
      http://www.yfdg.cc/Lorch (Lorch Schmidt)
      http://www.yfdg.cc/auerbach
      http://www.yfdg.cc/benzinger
      http://www.yfdg.cc/boley
      http://www.yfdg.cc/hommel
      http://www.yfdg.cc/karger
      http://www.yfdg.cc/leinen/page3.html
      http://www.yfdg.cc/pittler
      http://www.yfdg.cc/rambold
      http://www.yfdg.cc/rebmann
      http://www.yfdg.cc/saacke
      http://www.yfdg.cc/saupe
      http://www.yfdg.cc/see (FSB)
      http://www.yfdg.cc/scherzinger
      http://www.yfdg.cc/unispan
      http://www.yfdg.cc/weiler/page3.html
      http://www.yfdg.cc/weisser
      http://www.yfdg.cc/wolfjahn/page4.html
      CZH - of unknown origin, though possibly from the former East Germany

      Japan
      http://www.yfdg.cc/riken
      http://www.yfdg.cc/toyo

      Switzerland
      http://www.yfdg.cc/agathon
      http://www.yfdg.cc/brequet
      http://www.yfdg.cc/carstens (branded "Swisten" in the UK)
      http://www.yfdg.cc/dan (Christen)
      http://www.yfdg.cc/habegger
      http://www.yfdg.cc/juvenia
      http://www.yfdg.cc/lamercier
      http://www.yfdg.cc/mikron
      http://www.yfdg.cc/schaublin
      http://www.yfdg.cc/simonet

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