ways. The assembly can be locked by ascrew through a bottom plate as shown inthe circular detail of Fig. 8. To check thealignment, the carriage can be used as illus-trated in Fig. 11: with the tool touching thespindle near the headstock, the carriage
moved toward the tailstock. If the bearingsupports are in alignment, the tool willtouch the spindle uniformly throughout itstravel from end to end.After using the rocker-arm spindle toalign the bearings, suitable lengths are cutoff, one for a sliding fit of the tailstock spin-dle, Fig. 9, and the other, for the headstock,reamed at one end to take an adapter onwhich the chuck is screwed. The tailstock
A - Slide
B- Saddle plate, ¼x 1 ½ x 4 in.
C - Spacer
¼ x1.125 x 4 in.
D - Cross-slide way, .375 x 1 ½ x 3¾in.
E - " gib, .375" x 4 in. key stock; 2 req'd
F - " top plate, ¼x 2¼x 4 in.G - " retainer, .062 x ½x 4 in.
H - Front panel for cross slide, ¼ x .687 x 2¼ in.
PLATE SCREWEDTO SLIDE BLOCK