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Bought two old Schaublin 102's

Discussion in 'SCHAUBLIN, MIKRON, POLAMCO, & MISAL' started by Timbre, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. Timbre

    Timbre Australia Swarf Registered Member

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    Hi Guys, First post !

    I've picked up two old Schaublin lathes. One is a 1952 model with screw cutting. Any idea where I can get the instructions on how to use this?

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    Cheers
    Dave W.
     

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    Welcome aboard mate.
    Wish I could help you with the lathe question. It sure looks good!
     
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    Nice find , congratulations, oh and welcome to the site.
     
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    Thanks Guys,

    I've been through the xynudu videos. Really interesting, and will be useful to me, but nothing on screwcutting. Anywhere else I might look? Any idea where I might get a user manual?

    Cheers all!
     
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    sorry-i don't have a manual,
    but you have 2 beautifully crafted machine tools that i would love to have the pleasure of working with. :drool:
    i'll see what i can dig up for you!
    best of luck!
    mike :)
     
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    http://www.lathes.co.uk/schaublin/ has some handbooks, get in touch with tony! Also chec out the pics, looks ike you have an earlier bed with a later headstock, note the shape of the feet castings, good luck.
    phill
     
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    Seriously? OK, they have them at the group I mentioned, specifically

    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/schaublinlathes/info
    "The Yahoo Schaublin group has the 102 VM manual in 3 .pdf parts.

    Schaublin 102 VM full manual part 1 of 3.pdf
    Schaublin 102 VM manual part 1
    Schaublin 102 VM full manual part 2 of 3.pdf
    Schaublin 102 VM manual part 2
    Schaublin 102 VM full manual part 3 of 3.pdf
    Schaublin 102 VM manual part 3

    And 2 for the 102:

    Schaublin 102 manual.pdf
    Schaublin 102 manual
    Schaublin 102 spindle.pdf
    Spindle from a 1930s Schaublin 102"



    They have it for sale at lathes,uk:
    https://store.lathes.co.uk/print/ms476a


    And it is available here en Francais:
    http://cncmanual.com/schaublin-102-vm-instructions-de-service/
     

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