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Unimat SL and DB lathes: unused, boxed examples publication titled: “First Junior Instructions for using The Emco Unimat Universal Machine Tool”. EMCO Hobby Machine Instruction Manuals and Spare Part Lists. Below are links to instruction manuals for various machines. Unimat 3. Spare Parts List. unimat,lathe,belts, manual, book emco, edelstaal,parts, db, sl, unimat 3, mini lathe, db, sl

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To discover which model you have found, invert the machine and look at the underside of the bed: Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.

The earliest discovered European mention of the lathe was in the February edition of the popular English magazine ” Practical Mechanics ” – an early German-language of the full catalogue is here. Your feedback is important to us and we strive to mnaual all customers.

However, it is more than likely that stocks of the older cast-iron machines had not been exhausted and the manusl models may have been available side inimat side for some time. Late s headstock with the vertical, hexagon-headed alignment pin Mk. A recent discovery was a Mk. Some versions of this lathe have been found with two locking screws on the cross slide, one in the normal position nearer the front and the other in manua, with it further back.

The outside face of the front cone was ground to an abutment flange for items screwed onto the spindle nose – although this arrangement may have caused problems with the bearing adjustment, with heavier interrupted cuts tending to tighten the cone and reduce clearances.

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EMCO-UNIMAT Model SL Operating Manual

Nothing had broken or worn out and he was entirely delighted with it. Again, with over-lapping production, it possible that these handwheels may have been seen first on the last examples of the previous type. Although some of the original illustrations were used, the robin’s-egg blue paper and a different font, properly typeset and justified, made all the difference.

The handwheels, now larger at mm in diameter, were made slightly thinner and given a knurled rim and a locking nut on the end of their feedscrew, instead of through the wheel’s boss.

The handbook instructions differed from edition to edition, but the following is probably the clearest given: A pin, screwed in through the left-hand face of the casting, engaged against the cone, and drew the headstock down and locked it in place.


Be sure to use. The feed-screws on these models were changed to a left-hand thread, so allowing a “normal” feel – where turning the screw to the right resulted in a deeper cut; a far better arrangement than the “cack-handed” originals that did the opposite.

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The hand-grip used to convert the headstock into a drill was quite rounded, perhaps a little smaller than the latter cast-iron production version–but much more comfortable to use. The 3-jaw chuck and the drill chuck delivered with this lathe were identical to the ones supplied earlier, with the ring-scroll portion of the 3-jaw the part gripped to turn the scroll being diamond knurled and drilled with 6 Tommy-bar holes. The ball races are grease lubricated – using oil will wash the grease out and foul up the inside of the motor, again promoting failure.

As a further confusion, some early machines of the Mk 2 and 2A type have been found with two locking screws on the cross slide, one at the front and another other at the back. After feedback is received from you, we will respond with a fair rating. That section of the base on which the headstock fitted was rectangular in shape, with a flat front, and bored to accept a large “inverted-cone” that allowed the headstock to be rotated or manua, detached.

Unless specified, all shipments originate from The aim had been to allow its use as a metal or wood lathe, miller, drill press, polisher, grinder, jig saw, saw bench, wood planer or jointer, sander or even – with the headstock detached from the bed and fitted with a grip – as a hand drill.

Although the system unima well enough, it did not have the clamping power of the later type and would probably not have stood up well to the demands of heavier milling cuts. Several styles of handwheel were used, all turned from steel and plated silver or black. Image not available Photos not available for this variation. Although it had been in regular use, it still retained its first motor he had been careful not to uunimat the time-limited running and even one drive belt was original.

The heavier base, having a much higher zinc content hence the weightmeant that it could be subjected to “plastic cold flow” if left under constant stress. Here is something of interest from my belt specifications: This item will ship to United Statesbut the seller has not specified shipping options.


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American machines all appear to have been delivered in a rather splendid fitted wooden box – while European customers, apart from those sold during the mid to late s, had to be content with finest-quality cardboard.

No pages appear to be missing. It maual be that an earlier model was advertised in – but a search by the writer’s German contacts through hobby literature of that year has drawn a blank – hence this is likely to have been not just the first American, but the first ever advertisement for the Unimat. New other see details: Refer to eBay Return policy for more details.

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We eco a large library thousands of manuals. As an example of the confusion that reigned an original, unused lathe from has been found fitted with watt rpm motor but accompanied by a 3rd edition Operator’s Manual stating that a 65 Watt, rpm unit was fitted. It was sold specifically for use on the ‘W’ and appears to have been offered in Europe only.

The original model stayed in production until unjmat, with a run of aroundexamples, at which point it was replaced by the Unimat 3, an entirely conventional-looking lathe and one not nearly as unumat to so many different uses. However, there are four known copies of the Unimat: As it would have provided the easiest and most reliable route into production the first version like nearly ever other amateur lathe of the timehad its base and other major castings in unimxt.

These are self-tensioning belts, as no mechanical adjustment is provided, therefore the initial length is emck. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab. Please be sure your E-mail settings will accept my reply.

However, there was a degree of overlap between the machines, with even early-production examples found though only rarely with the early red nameplate, U90 motors and aluminium handwheels. Although the 2 and 2A had a carriage lock at the back the cross slide generally did not – that improvement appearing as standard on the 2B.

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