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Roy Emerson
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Searching for "Atlas" 6 inch lathe parts for a table-top machine of about 35 years of age. Obtaining the needed parts is essential to my defeating the "Good Ole Boy", "Military-industrial complex", "Profit-Motivated" system. Currently, I have multiple projects, ideas going which require the use of this equipment to develop. Would appreciate any and all help y'all could render to get me in operation...

>Roy<
 
S Bengi
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Checkout these guys they are right up your alley.
http://opensourceecology.org/wiki-gvcs.php
 
Robert Ray
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Welcome Roy, not sure what you need but the Atlas lathe was sold with the Craftsman logo for awhile so don''t limit yourself to just a search for Atlas when your looking about I have had good luck with watch lathe parts on ebay.
 
Andor Horvath
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kindof depends on what you need -repair parts/accessories or tooling, but the following links should help;

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/atlas618lathe/
tons of info for Altas/Craftsman lathes

http://littlemachineshop.com/default.php
accessories and tooling for benchtop machines

http://www.robertivens.com/
friends of mine here in Milwaukee, sometimes have parts if you know what you need

what do you need? I've got a Craftsman.

Andor
 
Roy Emerson
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: : Well, y'all, mainly what I need is various gears and brngs for the tailstock. Lil fingers, dontcha know. Shifting my lathe like it was a Ferrari...few years back...
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://richsoil.com/wood-heat.jsp
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