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  1. #16
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    Near enough .00196"

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    Quote Originally Posted by morrisman View Post
    Because the original metric cross feed dial has 500 graduations , 0 to 5mm ( .01 ) , my calculation is, the replacement 5 TPI lead screw means
    : 5 graduation marks = .002" . ??
    I think your calculations are correct for your 5 TPI screw.
    1rev = 0.2"
    500 div per rev = 0.0004"/division
    5 Div =0.002"

    I think pipeclay's results are for a 5mm leadscrew?

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    Default Holbrook

    I have a Holbrook T13 of 1940's era. Its similar in concept to the Hendey . I picked up these old machines when the market for old used lathes was in a slump.... few hundred bucks for the Holbrook.
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