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VOEST-Engine Lathe D.u.T 1 and DAT 1,5

Service Ma.nual

3-900.0176 TM-1/Hag




nn fA Tft

Model: DAT1 ."_. 2 or DATR 1'':: 2- Drive: Var±ato-r- d--

lib. e-e~- - r1:'v-e

Leadscrew: 4 th.p.i~

Speed of Rotations: I .• p.m.

VOEST ol"der No. 5616/ "_"


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Yereinigle DslerreichisdleEisen· undSlablwerke Akliengesellschafl

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{9J VCE!:T Engine. Lathe "DAT " 3-900.0239
S e r v i c e M a n u a 1 TM-1/Hg/Mh
Maschinenbau 21-6-1961
T a b 1 e 0 f C 0 n t e n t s
DESIGNATION: 'Page No. DESIGNATION: Page No. Transport, acceptance and c l.ean i.ng ••••••••


Servtcing of intermediate gear and adjustment brake for variator dTive •.••••.

Wheelgear drive •••.•••.•

16 17

Foundation, mounting

of lathe ...•••••••••


lubrication chart, lubrication instructions and list of luhrication

n~ints ••.••••••••••• 4,5+5a

Electrical equipment 6,7+7a .Pu .ting into service 8

Adjustment of rotation

speed ., 'l1li....... 9

Leadscrew - reverse gear 18

shearing pin exchange

arrangment ••.••...••.••• 19

Use of multi-jaw chucks

and face plates •..•..•.• 20

Bridge, assembly and dis-

assembly................ 21

Headstock: redressing and adjusting ••••••.•...•.•• 22+23

Sbifting of feeds and

+h re ad s ....... II • II .. • • .. • 10

Reasons for inaccurate lathe work ••••••••.••.••

24 25 26 27

Operating instructions

[or gear~shift levers 10a

Special Ditches (numeri-

cal examples) •••.••• 11,12

- Carriage, adjustable friction coupling ••. 13

2eadjustment of main spindle bearing and belt c}u!nge (5 V-belts) •• 14

'Readjustment of belts

~n varia tor drive .•• 15

- ,

Ordering of spare parts •. List of spare parts ••••• List of V-belts ••••••••• Leadscrew and feedscrew

support 'IIi .

28 29 30 31

Coo Ian t ..... ' ..... III • • • • • .. •

Taper attachment ••.••••• Thread chasing dial •••••

List of Illustrations

Special accessories ••.•••••••••••••.••••••••• ME 3-000.5230 D

Coolant III til • • M.B 3-000.5239 B

Taper attachment ••..•••••....•.••.••.••••••.• ME 3-000.5237 B

Figure 1 Prjsmatic guide dimensions of carriage
and "LO" spindle dimensions ••••.•.•• ME 3-000.5138 E
11 2 Headstock bearjng readjustment IVIB 3-000.5035 D
... III ...
" ., Left lathe bed box with varia tor drive " 3-000.4131 D
II 4- Feed plates MB 3-000.5225 D
, • • • • • ~ • • • • • • • • • • .. • • • • • f
II 5 Name plates -figurative exp La na ti ons ME 3-000.5227 D
II 6 Foundation plan ME 3-000.5051 B
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .
H 7 She-aring, rin exchange arrangment MB 3-000.5036 D
. . .
II 8 Gear wheel drive MJ3 3-000.5402 D
• • 4 • • • • • ~ • • • • • • • • .• •
II 9 Gearshift levyr operating instruction MB 3-000.5052 E
II 10 Apron, cross slide and compound MB 3-000.5403 D
II 1 1 Lubrieation chart ME 3-000.5404 B
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
II 12 Cutting power diarrams ME 3-000.5222 C
. . . . . . . . . . . . . I Page

Yereinigte UsterreichisdJe EI;en· und Stahlwerke Aktiengesellschalt


3-900.0239 TM-1/Hg/Mh 21-6-1961



VOEST Engine Lathe "DAT"


Man u a 1

Transuort of the Machine

The machine should be transported with greatest possible care and caution; pushinr and sh~king should be avoided. Do not use too

thin hemp or wire ropes, but ropes with an adequate carrying capacity. By no means should the rope -press on spindles, levers etc., projectinB at the outside, which may be avoided by squeezing-

in or putting-in wooden blocks. Suspension of the machine on its '

naa n spindle is not admissible .• Non-o bservanc e of these ins truction ~ may entail d~mage to the projecting levers and spindles, which

would be very harmful to the accuracy and efficiency of any machine tool.

Acceptance of Machine


Immedia tely after arrival, the machine should be closely e.xamined with view to any damages caused durine transport. Special attention should be paid as to whether any projecting levers or spindles

were bent or damaged ; furthermore, whether the standard equipment or any other ordered extra eqUipment is complete.

In case of any defects of this kind, we request you to notify us at once. Any damage caused by transport, should be reported to the Forwarding Agent without delay.

Cleaning of the Machine

The machine should be thoroughly cleaned of any adherent rust preventives, and all polished parts (with the exception of the V-belt contact faces) should be greased with an acid-free oil. In doing so, do not forget the leadscrew, feed rod and other spindles.

Furthermore, also care s nou Ld be taken, that all sliding parts like carriage, cross slide and compound as well as the tailstock should be displaced only after removal of the rust preventive and slight oiling of the slideways.

Vereinigte Oslerreichisdle Eisen· und Slahlwerke AkliengeseUsdiaH

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3-900.0176 TlIJI-1jHag 1959

VOEST - Engine Lathe nDATu 5 e r vic e Man u a 1


Foundation: Mounti.pg of Lathe (See fig. 6)

The foundation depth should always be adapted to the ground properties. We would like to emphasize that a good foundation is a prerequisite to the perfect working of any engine l~the.

The length of the :foundation bolts depends on the found.?tion depth. Standard anchor bolts M16 - !II 20 or5/S" - 3/411 may be used for this pUYpose.

For aligning the lathe, place first each leg on 4 steel wedges (ap.pr. 40 x 10 x 100 mm or 1 1/2" x 3/811 X 4"). With the belp of these wedges, and a precision spirit level, the machine can

be properly aligned in both, longitud.inal and t rcnave rs e direction. The sp~r1t level used for this purpose should have the nonnal degree of accuracy required for the adjustment of machine tools (graduation unit = 0,03 - 0,05 !DID on a length of 1000 mID or

1/1000 to 2/1000" per yard).

Then only the foundation bolts are embedded first in order to make possible the realignins of the machine, if necessary. Only after the haTdening of the cement provided for the foundation bolts, the lathe is screwed on. Any small displacements resulting fram the screwing on may be corrected by furhter driving in the wedges.

Finally the machine base including the wedges is grouted according to foundation layout (dash-line) as shown in Fig. 6.

With each VOEST engine lathe the c o r'zeapondf.ng test report is furnished. This report will give the necessary information concerning the accuracy of the machine. If the results of measurements made after the mounting of the lathe are inferior to the indications made in our test report, the causes can be generally traced back to incorrect transport~. handling, mounting 01' alignment of the lathe.

PreCision work may be expected from a properly aligned engine lathe only.

Vereininte Dderreidliuhe Eil@n. IInll ~tahllller"e Aldienn~lluhilff

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VOEST - Engine Lathe "Dj~T" S e r vic e Man u a 1

3-900.0200 TF' -1 /Reg 3.3.1960

Lubricating Instructions accordi.ng to Lubrication Chart

(See Fig.: 11)

The 011 filling and draining pOints as well as the required oil quantities and the recommended lubricant properties or lubric~nt brands, respectively, will be seen from the above mentioned lubrication chart.

The first all filling shou.ld be renewed after approximately

400 to 500 service hours and the following ones after at least 2000 service hours. fi1.aen renewing the oil, attention should be paid that the oil level will reach the center of the insnection glass or the red circle on the oil level eye respectively.

Lubrication in the headstock is carried out by a plunger pump mounted on the headstock rear wall. Its work can be observed on the oil inspection glass at the headstock cover.

We wish to polnt out that, when oil is replenished or renewed i~ the apron, it takes some time until also enoush oil flows into

the 0.11sump of the worm gear 3041 D at the rear of the teed rod so as .to plunge the wonn gear in oil. After unscrewing the c~rri.r;Ge adjusting screw about 100 cm3 can be filled in through this

hole in order to shorten the replenishing time ( 5 cu.i.).

Oil can be filled into the apron

through tile oil filling plut;

(see lubrication chart).

It is recommended to clean thoroughly, if possible weekly, the threads of the leadscrew and to oil them slightly af t e rwa r da .

We wish to recall that absolute cleanliness and gC::lod lubrication as well as correct operation and skilled working protects the machine from damages and that they are the best guarBnty for a. perfect work.

The oil pump in the headstock is mainly required in esse of low rotation numbers in order to sup!iY oil to the precision-Timken bearings. At hieh rotation numbers the resulting 011 spr~n·.rj_ll take over the lubricant supply end prevent an overoi11ng of the bearings which, in turn, might cause overheating.

In the headstock oil can be replenished after unec rew i.ng the cover!

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Yereinigte Uslerreichische Eisen· und Slahlwerke Akliengesellschaft


3-900.0239 TM-1/Birg. 12-4-1962

VOEST Engine Lathe "DAT'" S e r v 1 c e Man u a 1

Lubrication Table to Lubrication Chart (Fig. 1.1)

Lubrication point

Ilubr. type

Lubricant Lubricatior Remarks

No. appro intervals


Carriage> and cross slide




4 6 1 Renew af t ar Change of oil
Use a high- every 2000 Drain oil while
9 .5 1 grade mine- operating war-m , than r i.ns
Oil ral oil for hours or at
lubrication least once wi th rins ing aiJ
8+31 2 1 bath having a I
a year . 'Renew first oi]'
27 P~ appro a Check everJl filling after
1 1 appr.450 servic
~E at 50 C day 1-. .... " ..... '" ' Feed gear box


\fheel gear drive


For selecHand o i Llt Lo n of [brands, g1.Ul please see below !



Tailstock .sleeve

Leadscrew bearing 16

- Leadscrew

'Oil,hand oil can

Lubricate daily !


Lubricate several ti~es a day when threading.


gear axle for 11

change wheels

Nipple grease ~----------------+---~lubrication

Anti-fric- Lubricate When using oil

lubricate setion bea- every "reek veral times a

ri ng greae Ett---------.+=====:;:;::::t==----I

see brands u.=J

be'l . .Qw! Lubricate

. . quaterly Do not over-


Adjusting case

and cen~er pinion~2_14 (on varlator

drive onli !)

As a guidance for selecting the lubricants, we mention the following products, the sequence having no bearing at all as regards to qualit~ and suitability. When purchasing products of other firms, ask for . corre:.lponding high-quality lubricants.






Esso Standard:

M/a;. "BP" :

M/s. SUN OIL :








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1) Oil inspection glass on feed-change gear box

2) Oil inspection glass on headstock rear



14 )

+) for variator drive only!


3-900.0239 TM-1/Hg/Mh 21-6-1961

_ 11)

List of Lubrication Points (Fig. 11)

3) Oil inspection glass on apron, lateral

4) Oil inspection glass on head s to ck cover

5) Oil drain plug on 20)

feed box change gear 21)

6) Oil drain plug 22)


7) Oil drain plug of apron 23)

8) Oil fjller cap, worm- 24)

wheel, oilsump, apron ?5)

g) Oil filler cap 26)

feed gear box 27)

Oil tank for intermediate wheel axle (change wheels)

. 28)

Grease nipple (hot

bearing grease) for ad-

justing case (for varis-

tor drive o n.ty l ) +)

Greasing point (hot 29)

bearing grease) for

center pinion

Greasing point (hot bearing grease) for center pinion

31) Oil filler cap - apron

16) Lubrication point for leads crew bearing

17) Lubrication point for tailstock sleeve

18) Lubrication points for carriage guide

19) Lubrication pOints for carriage


Lubrication point

Lubrication point Lubrication point Lubrication point

Lubrication point

Lubrication pOint}

on compound

Lubrication point

Oil filler plug I for wheel gear

Oil drain plug for wheel gear

for crossslide guide

not f'o rvariator drive

Oil pump flange on headstock

Oil drain cap - (worm wheel oil

apron sump)

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3-900.0239 TM-1/Hg/Mb 21-6-1961



VCEST Engine Lathe "DAT"

S e r vic e

Man u a 1

Putting the Machine into Service

Prior to the first starting, clean machine once more very carefully, check oil levels on inspection glasses and lubricate all other lubrication points according to lubrication chart. Check cross-feed screw and compound screw with view to smooth operation, turn through all other motions of the machf.ne by hand , and after

a careful 8 tudy of the operating instructions, make yourself familiar with the switching and operating elements, (see Fig. 9).

It is recommended to start the machine slowly and to increase the load gradually.

If a cooling system is used, be Bure th2t enough cooling liqUid is filled in the container. The rotating direction of the pump shaft must be in accordance with the arrow. For connection of

a coolant, please see wiring diagrame on drawing MB 3-000.52'39 'resp. page 29.

Switching Instructions for Starting


1.) Actuate push-button switch on right-hand-side bed box, whereupon pilot lamp will light up red, thus indicating that the maohine is ready for operation.


By means of the safety switch lever '3860 D on the risht,beeide the apron, actuate reversing switch for clockwise or counterclockwise rotation. Hereby one of the magnetic switches is actuated and the motor will be started optionally either at the left or at the right.


Turn-off main switch when work is finished. Reverse current only while speed is low. On types with variator drive (infinitely variable drive) switch only while machine is running, wi th whe e 1 gear dri ve only whi J__e rna chine i 8 s to pped •

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3-900.0239 TM-1/Hg!Mh 21-6-1961





Speed Adjustment for M~in Spindle

(for Types wi th Variator - V-bel t Drive I Fig.3)

The bent control lever 4250 for speed adjustment, at the outside left, should only be shifted while machine is running; please see indications on the rotation number plate on top of the adjustment case beside the slot. Should the spindle speed increase or decrease unintentionally during operation, slightly tighten adjustment screw located at the bottom of the cup wheel (screw on part 4049 F).

In addition, the right upper lever at "Dff on the headstock should be shifted to the selected number of rotatioTIs_ but only while the machine is completely stop~ed or slowly running down.

The speed range, which is infinitely variable, reaches from 27 - 1000 rpm.

For Lathes with Wheelgear Drive (fig.8l_

The Engine Lathe with wheelgear drive is supplied in two different speed groups, i.e.

n = 14 - 1000 n = 21 - 1500

The rotation-number plate indicates the respective lever position for the desired speed. Sldft only while machine is stopped.

Vereinigte Uslerreidllsdle Eisen· und Stahlwerke AktiengeseUsmaft

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3-900.0239 MT-1/Hg/Mh 21-6-1961



S e r vic e


Shifting of Feeds and ritches of Threads (Fif(~ 9)

The necessary lever positions for achieving the desired p i, tches or feeds, are indicated on the plates.

All coarse pitches, as indicated in the three lower rows of the chart in fif!'. 4, can be achieved ' . .Ii th the headstock-transmission gear enBaged (levertlD" set for "slown).Lever "At1 on II.

However, for the adjustment of the normal feeds it is of no significance, whether the headstock pinion lever liD" is set

on 11 slow" or fTfast".

Engaging and disengaging of the feed gear as well as chanGing the rotating direction for leadscrew and feed-rod is carried out by means of the lower, left-hand-side swt tchtng lever "BI! on the headstock.

Lever He" on the feed box is used for metric as well as for English threads, the right-hand-side lever TlE" as switching lever for the "three feed steps. The lower star-knob lever "G" is shifting the corresponding step: 1 - 11 of the feed range.

In order to avoid any unnecessary co-operation of the lead~crcw, it should be geared-in only for thread-cutting by means of the clutch sleeve 1182 D. (Please see ulate, fig. g/F).

If no other instructions are given, all levers should be actuated only, while the machine is completely stopped or slowly running down.

S ensiri ve Feeds

When changing the change wheels into the position as indicated on the left, they are yielding half of the pitche~ indicated on the feed-plate.

Coarse Pitches

for cutting them, the lowest spindle speed only is admissible.

For T y p e D A T (variator drive) a max. pitch up to 112 mm is possible.

For T y P e DATR (wheeleear drive) with a max. speed of 1000 rpm., a pitch of 112 mm is still admissible with the lowest s~eed of 14.

For T y p e D A T R (wheelgear drive) with max. 1500 rpm., a pitch up to 56 mm is possible only with the lowest speed of 21.

Yereinigte Oslerreichische Eisen· und Stahlwerke AktiengesellschaH

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. G)
X) 3-900.0176 TM-1/H~g 1959

Instructions for shifting of levers (Fig.9)

Lever A for multiplication gear 1:8 in headstock.

Lever B for reversing gear or feed resp.: engagement or disengagement to headstock.

Lever C for metric or English thread to feed gear box. Pinion lever D in headstock.

Multiplication lever in feed gear box ..

Leadscrew clutch - control sleeve.

Star knob lever for feed range: 1 - 11.

Hand wheel for longitudinal displacement of carriage. Hand lever to tool holder.

Hand wheel for cross movement of carriage. Clampi.ng screw for·carriage.

Hand wheel f or compound ..

Adjustable overload clutch in apron.

Single lever gearshift for cross-longitudinal leedscrew. Safety control lever for clockwise and eounterlockwise motion of motOT ..

Sleeve clamping in tailstock. Tal1stock fixing lever •

Sc.r'e'Ws for cross adjustment of tailstock.

Rand wheel for sleeve adjustment in taLlstock. Pushbuttons for main switch.

Variator adjustment lever l not for

wheel Adjustment scre~ for cup wheel (adjustment brake) gearing

Control lever for wheel gearing (not for variator drive).


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3-900.0239 TM-1/Hg/Mh 21-6-1961



Threads with snecial pitehes

Any thre£.d pitches not contained in the thread tablemay be achieved by an exchange of change wheels, as shown by the following examples

Bxamnle 1: A pitch of 0,8 mm is to be cut. The normal change gear

ratio is:

= 33 (The intermediate wheel is omitted in the bb calculation).

J; trrr ead close to the desired pi teh is for instance 1 mID. Thin yields:


~------~ The multinlier should be

131 • 331 so selected. that a useful . 4U bb number of teeth is achie~-------- ved.


i.e. with additional change wheels 32 and the normal change-


'.-'hr;e18 33 the thread o'f 0,8 mm can be Old wi tlL the 1 ever position


for 1 mm.

'l'r.e sarae tLread of 0,8 mm can also be cut ':'1i th another 1 ever position, for "iP8tance 1,5 mm, if no rroper change wheels are available, resT'. if du e to an unfavourable number of teeth they cannot be bro1Jrht in gear wi th the change wheel 'Lyr-a , The calculation for the addttional change wheels will than be as following:

®·R=@· tt =I~ *1

rnhe change whe els wo u Ld then be slipped-on in the f'o l.Low t.ng manner:

The upper teeth numbers of the fraction always apply for the drivirrg wheel!

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Example 2:

A pitch of 15 mm is to be cut. The lever is put - for instance - in a 18 mm pitch pos l tien.



= -------------.

R = 1.__h_5 bb_33____.

Example 3: A thread of 15 threads to one inch is to be cut.

We take - fbr instance - a thread cutting position of 10 th.p.l.

® • 33 = ® • tt - I 40 • 33 I
bb b1j bb
In case of English threads it must be taken into consideration, that contrary to the calculation of metric threads, the desired number of threads per inch must be located underneath the fraction line.


The folloViing additional change wheels with the teeth numbers: 30,32,34,36,40,42,45,51,54,56,57,60,64,65,66,75 and 80, listed as extras, can be supplied within a short time.

Therefore, if possible, it will be practical to choose these numbers of teeth on calculation of special pitches, resp. to base the calculation on them.

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Carriage, Cross Slide and Compound (See Fig.11'.1)

The dovetail-type slides are adjustable by means of taper jibs over slotted screws.

The carriage may be lockedby clamping screw (see fig. 11/8). Upon request, a taper attachment, to be ordered separately, can be

a t+ached at t}le rear.

Cross feed and compound spindles are provided with graduation ring-d for precise adjustment. On machines with metric pitch one scale line corresponds to a displ~cement of 0,05 mm, 0r on the cross-feed to an alteration of diameter of 0,1 Ipll on the

wo r'kp l ac.e , On mach:ines with English pi tcb, one seale line eorres:r:o~ds to 0,001", or on the cross feed to a.n alteration of dia.~eter of 0,002" on the workpiece.

;;:b-th the s Lng l.e lever control in the front of the apron, the followine pOSitions only may be chosen at a. time, i.eo " Lang zug" (i.e. longitudinal feed) - "aus" (out) - IfLeitspindeln (leadscrew).

l[iJ..ib ar-rangmerrt will prevent any misadjustment.

Star: turning, adjustable "Friction Coupling in Apron Box (See Fig. 10)

~uch time can be saved when working against firm stops in masS production by omitting individual measurements. The friction couplinR located in the apron box facilitates working agains%

,., fj_rm stop with constant power and engaged feed. Furthermore, the friction coupling is adjust~ble and can be set for any reoui r-ed stopping force. Owing to the constant sliding force, precise warIeinr. is warranted.

On our new machines the longitudinal feeding "!lower, for which

this coupling is set, is appr •. 500,- kgs , This power is sufficient &1~9 'to :take heavy roughing chips in lone;itudinal and cross direction •

.ri.djustment of the coupling is d orie as following: The blind screw fixture located on the right-hand-side of the apron box near the lever for longitudinal and cross feed adjustment resp. actuating t.he lock nut, "is unscrewed by means of a screw driver. Now, with an 8 mm pin key a screw wbicb. is acting upon the _~riction coupling Via several small plate s~rin6s, can be edjustadthrough t~e threaded hole of the blind screw fixture. A 45 t~rn to the left reduces the Long i tudinal feed force by appr , 100 lee;s.

"e t·Jish to po Ln t out, -that with the Lock nut reared in, no work should be done against a firm longitudinal stop, as the friction couplin:- is only actine upon the feed rod and not upon the leadscrew too.


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Readjustment of Headstock Bearing (See Fig.2)

Exchange of the Upper 5 V-Belts (See Fig.2)

Readjustment of the headstock main bearings should be done by experienced and trained personnel only.

It is not absolutely required to unscrew chuck or faceplate from the headstoclc for the readjustment of these bearings. The headstock is embedded adjustably between two tlUSA - TD'iKEN" - tapered roller bearings. Under r.o rma L conc1i tiona 1 t will do to take off the rear spindle flange 2206 D. Then the counternut

2230 E will be freely accessible which after the loosening of

the thread pd,n M 8 and the face c18Illfi.11S by the flat hepd sere\!)

may be easily turned with .a hook-spC>.nner. This nut screw should

be turned most cautiosly in order to avoid any distortion of the two bearings. Tighten to such an extent only that the heedstock still may be turned through by hand. Avoid also too much cleF.r~nce for it will have detrimental effects on the bearings. After having locked the headstock again according to these instructions by the nut screw, the thread pin M 8 in the nut screw ~nd the

flat head screw for the face clamping will be tightened again whereby the same is secured. Subseq_uently the bearing flange

2206 D with the rubber packing will be screwed on again.

When doing this tit is necessary to disassemble" the main sp i,c d Le .. Fir.st the rear flange 2206 D is loosened and removed, then the nut screw 2230 E is removed with a hook wrench, but prior the safety screw M8 and the flat head screw for the face clamping should be looseneda Subsequently the thread pin M 8 with pivot has to be sc zewe d out of the driver 2906 E so that the pivot will not reach any more into the boring of the wedge 2918 F and the driver may be drawn off the spindle. If now also the front spindle flange 2205 D is screwed off, the main spindle may be cautiously knocked out by means of a wooden hammer or pushed out with hard wood inserts respectively and laid on a clean

staring place. Special attention should be given to the fact

that the parts fixed on the spindle will not fall into th~ lubricating oil sump while drawing the spindle out. After the disassembling of the spindle, the taking off of the V-helt protecting cover 2203 C and the hanging out of the belts on the lower pulley, the pulley may be lifted out together with the bearings so that the belts will be freel¥, accessible. Re as s embl inf . should be done in reverse order, Clean packing surfeces, se"ling with packing material is required.

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When re-tightening the V-belts. always proceed from top to bottom. By pulling the upper tumbler YOKe 4350 B down a bit, the upper

'5 V-belts leading from the bed box to the headstock, are stretched. The re-tightening with the eye-bolt 4170 E essential for this purpose, will be possible after removing the rear cover on the

bed box.

When removing the rear cover, the long eye-screw 4180 E will become accessible. By screwing back the rear nuts of this eye-screw, the motor base plate can be lowered, allowing the V-belts to be strechted. Until the necessary spring tension is obtained, the two front nuts are to be retightened. Subsequently it should be c he cke d by shifting the speed control lever 4250 E into its end-posltions, whether the lower or upper V-belt is exceedine the pulley diameter (without radii) in these end positions.

An eccentric wheel arranged in the cup plate, which is sUP'Porting itself against the edge of the recess in the lathe bed box, enables adjustment of the cup plate and thus the correction of the belt posi t.ion. This eccentri c can be actuated by hexagon pin wrench and thus the cup plate can be easily lifted or lowered after loosening

- of the· four fixing screws. This adjusting possibility does not serve for re-stretching the belt, but only for correcting the

belt posttion between the cone pulleys of the stepless drive.

Furthermore, care should be tak en, that the motor base plate is in close contact with the nut while on the other hand the spring is pre-stressed in such a way, that by gearing-in at max. speed, with chuck mounted to the main spindle, deflection of the tumbler does not exceed 5 mrn. (Spring only serving for compensating the switching-on impact).


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Re-adjustment of V-belts (for variatorV-belt drive - fig. 3)

In order to achieve a satisfactory life of

the motor belt, special care has to be taken that it is always running under 1E'per stress. Too Iowa stress is wearing out the belt too soon and prevents a smooth run of the machine.

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Instructions for centre pinion service of variator drive (See Fig.3)

Lubrication of the centre pa.m.on is of spec t e.L Lmpo r-t ance

(see the three lub rication points to be filled with hot

bea rLng grease: 12, 13 and 14 on Fig. 3 or the lubric s t Lon points 12, 13 and 14 respectively on lubrication chart, Fig.11)

7hile lubricating, the control lever 4250 E -should be placed

approximately in centre position.

It is recommended to take off at least once or twice a year or

at the quarterly lubrication service respectively, also the lower broad V-belt and to check the twin pulley, part 4580 D, on easy displacement. In case of an exchange of the belt this should be done by all means.

To do this, the lower broad V-belt is remov,ed after turning the motor foundation plate. The shift lever 4250 E is pressed downwards. Thus the broad V-belt 4029 F ~ill hall5 loosely and the displace ability of the twin pulley 4580 D may be checked eaSily.

Remove carefully any dirt!

1Jlhen cleaning and overhauling the cerrt re pf.nf.cn special attention should be paid to the fact that the grease elimination holes on the running disk 4570 D which,. if aaaemb Led, are

hidden by the twin pulley 4580 D, are not soiled or clogged.

Assembling to be done i.n reve rse order.

If treated in such a way, the shift lever may be switched easily and the belts will not slip. The aame will shoVJ little weF.lr f>nd operate satisfactorily.

If a disassembly of the infinitely variable drive is necess8ry, the distance betVlieen the two outer conical disks 4560 D pnd 4570 D should be measured horizontally on the outer diemeters and adhered to at reassembly. (If adjusted to narrow, the .bel t may run outside the disk diameter, if to Wide, it may touch the ground.)

Regulation of Adjusting Brake (5ee Fig. 3)

If durins the work an unintended change of the spindle speed will result, the adjusting screw (screw on part 4049 F) located belOW on the cup wheel, should be somewhat tightened.

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AdjuDt~ent of V-belts on Intermediate Drive (plea8e see 111ustr. 3)

As indicated in the last para under NOperating Instructions for r.iaintenance of the Ir.termedia te Drive" on page 16, the distance :x. be twe en the two outside cone pulleys 4560 D and £1,570 D ar-e to be carefully meaeu re d prior to diaa-sse!!lblage.

On reassembling the parts, the distance X must bp. accurately the sg:me, whereby s~ecial care has to be ta.~en~ that on

tie: ... tening of the thre&Qed pin .' 10 x 30, :Fart 4563 F, its tap is sitting in the slot of Fart 4570 D,

The tap of this threaded 9in i8 serving the purpose of keepi~g the two -parts 4560 D and 4570 ] at the same distance.

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Six-Stage Toothed-':Ibeel Genring (See Fig. 8)

Unlike the infinitely variable drive of the "DATIl engine lathes, the"DATR" lathes are driven by a six-stage toothed-wheel gearing. However, the baic transmission as well as the shifting of the pinion in the headstock remain the same.

The wheel gearing was designed 50 as to make possible a subsequent mounting instead of the variator drive. A 4 HP-flange motor is attached to the wheel gearing. By the wheel gearing and the 4 HPmotor a higber output and a highe~ speed range was obtained. The shifting of the six-stage toothed-wheel gearing is done by means of a double lever projecting f'rom the cup casing and located at the left side of the feed gear box.

Shift Six-Stage Toothed-Wheel Gearing only while Machine is stopped

The power is transmitted from the gearing to the headstock by means of 5 V-belts, which can be retightened by lowering the gear cup housing.

When disassembling the gearing, first drain Oil, screw off fV,'nge motor, lift gearing and remove V-belts. \:'hen assembling, dip prior to the fastening of the motor the inner hexagonsl screws over their whole length in a liquid jointing solution (Hermetio). Then replenish oil.

The speed range of' the gearing covers 12 different numbers of
revolutions, i.e. :
14 - 1000, or 22 - 1500 to be shifted as follows:
14 22 34 53 81 125 22 34 52 80 122 188
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Gear mounted at the interior (see drg. 8 a)

This gear is of the same construction and haa the same toothed wheels as the gear which i8 mounted at the exterior. The motor is flanged to the side plate of the gear. ThuB a unity is formed which hangs Bwingably in the left leg of the lathe. Gear and motor can be lifted and lowered by a turn buckle. This way the V-belts, leading to the head stock can be str~hed.

The range 0 f revo I uti ons i 8 exac t ly the same as ,o/i th the gear which is mounted at the exterior. The 6 speed ranges are shifted by the gear shift lever which protrudes at the front side of the leg.

A t ten t ion !

The gear has to be s h i f ted

a t

B tan d s til 1

o n 1 y

resp. iIl1lllediately before standstill.

For removal and mOWlting of the gear in the leg of the lathe it is necessary to unscrew the motor. As those screws reach into the oil container of the gear, the thread hae to be dipped into a liquid joi~ting solution (i.e. Hermetic) before assemblage.

The speed range of the main spindle includes following speeds:

14 22 34 53 115 180 275 425

81 125

650 1000 rpm

14 - 1000 rpm:

or 21 - 1500 rpm:

21 34 52 80 174 270 414 640

122 188 975 1500


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Instruction for the ExohB;l8e of the Leadscrew (See Fig. 7)

Before disassembling the leadscrew it is of advantage to bring the carriage with the apron approximately to the centre of the lathe bed and to lock the lock nut.

After removing the slotted bolt 1014 F, the sleeve 1084 F is pu~led from the leadacrew clutch to the right. The olutch sleeve 1182 D 1s in "outftpoBi tionand the shearing pin 1,1;2 F can be cautiously removed with an adequate punch drift. The- cover 1090 F on the left'side of the external spindle bearing bracket 1085 D 1s now unscrewed.

Loosen and remove the two c ross hole nuts M 16 It 1,5 as well as the barrel ring 1097 F on the right rear end of the Jeadscrew. Then unscrew cover 1009 E located on the right face of the bed end, to make possibl.e a knocking out from the inside the two cylindrical pins 8m6x95 DIN 7 (which lock the spindle bearing block upon the ·bed). Unsc raw now the two hollow se rews M 1 2 x 80 from the sp:i.ndle bearing block 1085 D.

Now the spindle bearing may be pulled out about 100 mm (appr.41') to the right.

Then open look. nut and pull leadscrew clutah from the leadscrew (take care that latch ball and spri.ng are not Los t t )

Now the leadscrew can be prepared for reversing and reassembly •


To do this, take out the small cylindrical pin 3m6x6 DIN 7 on the rtght end b.elow the barrel ring 1096 F and insert it at the other end of the sp:Lndle in the hole provided therefor.

Assemble by reversing the sequence of steps given above for disassembling. Concerning the mounting of the shearing pin ~nd the leadscrew clutch sleeve we refer to t he respective spec:1fiollt1on (see page 19 of this Service M~uBl).

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Instruction for the Exchange of Shearing on Leadscrew and Feed Rod (See Fig.?)

Unscrew bolt 1014 F from sleeve 1039 F or 1084 F.

Turn leadscrew 1178 D (or 1179 D, 1202 D respectively) or feed rod 1003 F on position 1.

Push sleeve 1039 F, or 1084 F, over lower shearing pin hole (in direction 2).

Drive out shearing pin by means of a punch drift or the like. Turn leadscrew or feed rod through 1800 (in direction 3)

to bring lower shearing pin hole in position 1.

Insert new shearing pin 1012 F or 1132 F.

Slip over again sleeve 1039 F or 1084 F, and tighten with bolt 1014 F.

Care should be taken:

that after the exchanging of the shearing pin in leadscrew 1178 D (or 1179 Dt 1202 D), lock ball 1s not turned through 180 degrees, and that it jumps properly into the groove. Both arrows ~~ (on sleeve 1084 F and on leadscrew)

mus t correspond;

that the steel, the shearing pins are made from, should not

be of a better quality than St 60.11; .

that, when reve rs t.ng the leadscrew, the assembled parts s ball, spring, shearing pin, on the one hand, and rings, ring nuts and cylindrical pin 3 ¢ x 6, on the other h .nd, should be removed, cleaned and reassembled after the leedscrew is reversed, taking care t ha t these parts EIre hnndled with greatest caution and kept clean.

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Particulars Concerning the Us,e of MultipleJaw Chucks and Facepl·etes

To avoid any damages to the lathe we recommend to adhere strictly to the below given instruct.ions concerning the use of chucks and .facepla te.$ •

Special attention should be pa Ld to a maximum truth of rotation of the chucks. After screwing to the main spindle, the chuck flange should be, the reta re, 'exac t1.ys urtace d and the spigot

, machine d s a as to seoure a tight fi t 0 f the chuck; it should only rest with the ring-shaped area upon the chuck flange. Only then the chuck 1s bolted to the flange .• Before attachingehuck, face·plate or dtiving disk, the spindle nose should be slightly oiled.

Chuck ¢200 .mm (appr. 8") Can be used far all speeds. (DAT and DATR .0. huck ¢ from 200 mm up to 230 rom: Can be uae d for all speeds up to (a;;'Op ..... p...;;r ...... '-:I'8~r~ ~ti-o~9l1:t'ft'l'""' -----.......___._-- n = 1 500 (VA TR)

,G~.;:;;;h.;;.;u..;..c_k~¢_ .. _1_a ... r5 .. · _e.;;;.T_t..;..h..;..B_n_· _.;;;;,.23;;,.0.;.._..;mm;;;;,.._ ... ~( a,....p~p .... ' r;;;.·.,.,. __ 9:0.."-;..,-): Should be used wi thea u ti all. only. 1'or this could be of disadvantage to t he rotation di.agram as well as :for the bearing arraDgement of the rosin spindle. Far dameges ceused by nonadherence to these instructions we must reject any claims "also during the guaranty period.

Faceplate up to 400 mm ¢ (1-5 3!4Dl: To be us,ed with 1nte:rmedl~te gear o y (right control lever on headstock "D~in "slow" position).

Use of lathe dogs: 'When using lathe dogs, at t errt.f.on should be paid that the lathe dog size corre5- ~onds to the vmrkpiece ~ diameter. (ACCident hazards due to unba Lance a.s.o .. )

Chucks for speeds higher than 1 OOOr.p.m4 must have absolute running balance and only steel chucks should be used4 Do nat use any more chucks wi.th grey cast iron body for these speeds.

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Bridges - Assembly and D-isassembly

When disassembling the bridge, t.he screw plugs (grub se rews ) must first be removed from the puller threads of the two

tapered pins; then puller scrells with thread M 8 (from steel), braced on short pipes, are i.nserted and with their help the tapered pins lifted out. Then the fOUl" hollow screws are removed, thebrldg,e pla.te lifted and placed on a wooden support.

When assembling the bri.dge plate, the recess in the lathe bed must be cleaned first, taking care that the four screW5Bnd the two holes for the tapered pins are not clogged with chips or dirt. After having placed the b.ridge plate into the recess of the bed, insert the four hollow screws but do not tighten them as yet. The ca.refully c.leaned tapered pins are inserted in the corresponding holes by li.ght knocking on the puller screws

(with a piec,e of wood only). Then, the four hollow sorews are t.ightenedas uniformly as possible.

M8x25, ON M5104

Pi,ece of pipe .. (gas Pipe) 1/2" x 10 long

Washer 10,5

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Instructions for Readjustment of Headstock

If a readjustment of the headstock is required, this should be done with maximum precision and care. This work should, in principle, be done by trained specialists only. We recommend you to adhere strictly to the following directives:

Necessary preparations and measuring instruments:

1 hexagonal stud driver (hollow sc rew driver) S'R 8 for M 10

1 wrench

included in standard equipment of machine.

1 check gauge F.ffi-034.0523 D l

1 dial gauge ''111 th pedes tal and base 1 special hexagonal wrench for fill 16

51! 24 for M 16

Extra eqUipment, not included in price.

Procedure of readjustment:

1) Take off cover from change wheels (of Change-gesr bro!)cket)~ Loosen screw 1 in recess of headstock rear wall by means of wrench SVl 24. Loosen only slightly with hexagonal stud driver SW 14 the two interior hexagonal screws M 16 (2) on front foot flange of headstock.

2) Turn alternatively clockwise and counterclockwise slightly adjustment screws 3 and 4 with hexag ona.L 5 tud driver SW B. At the same time check extent of adjustment with dial gauge

at the free end of the check gauge. Before checldng parallelism to prismatic guide of bed, set average value of measured

wobble on free check gauge end (keep dial gauge in horizontal position just like for parallel check, see Fig. on page 23)

as initial adjustment (zero) on dial gauge.

For checking parallelism to prismatic guide of bed, it is recommended to set dial gauge on the surface of the cross slide provided with T nuts, and to drive carriage by means of longitudinal feed hand wheel in longitudinal direction of check gauge. When doing this, note deflection of dial gauge.

Should the desired result not be obtained, repeat procedure as described above.

According to DIU 8606 a'tolerance of 0,02 mm is pennissible on a check length of 300 mm; check gauge towards free end directed forward only (operating side).

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3. Finally closely tighten ina uniform m.anner the two hollow screws .2 and the hexagonal screw 1_

Attention! :Before insert1.ng the check gauge into the main spindle, check inner cone for damages and the same as well as any d~rt should be removed ca ref'u l Ly , The check gauge should be treated likewise.

Dial gauge (rest for truth)

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Causes for Incorrect LClthe Work

Experience has shown that the cause of incorrect lathe work

is usually the improper mounting of the machine, so that we

wish to point out again how important it 1s to ?dhere strictly to our instructions (see page 3, Mounting of Lathe) concerning the setting up of the lathe. If in spite of a ca r e fu L mounting of the machine inaccuracies should show up in lathe work, the cause may be that the alide ways on the saddle or slide rest are loose or that the cross feed screw nut has to much play. It is expected that the tool is firmly chucked to the square tool post so that it will not spring.

Should the engine lathe chatter, above all during flying lathe work, this mostly can be remedied by a change Of the speed or of the feed. Mostly this is caused by the fact that critical oscillation frequencies between machine and workpiece coincide. If the chattering cannot be stopped by a change of the speed

or the feed, the following facts may be the CBuse:

a) Improper a.lignment of the engine lathe with the spirit level.

b) Both bed boxes do not rest completely on the foundption or are not completely grouted.

c) The workpiece, V~ hen doing flying lathe work, projects too wide from the chuck; in th.Bt case fix a backrest (stefldy rest) to the extreme end. Transfer of oscillations from other machines a.s.o. by a non-separated foundation.

d) Too much distance between dead cezrte.rs without using a backrest.

e) Badly fitting chuck flange, perhaps not supplied by us.

f) The fixing screws of the chuck are not tightened adequately in

the cuck flange.

06') Dirt in cone of dead center,_ improperly drilled center bores. h) Tool is elastic or fixed too advanced.

1) Tool is not clamped firmly enough.

j) The engine lathe starts oscillation due to unbalanced clamping devices at workpieces or work 1s done at too high a speed.

k) Bearing adjustment is required (see page 14).

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Ordering of Spare Parts and Clatme

When ordering spare parts, it is of advantage to indicate order No. and machine No. of the Engine Lathe in order to avoid any unnecessary delays. The above data are mentioned

in the resp. shipping documents and the machine No. will also be found on the right-hand-side of the bed.

On page 26 please find a list of the most important spere parts with their part-number. If you cite it, prompt delivery will be greatly facilitated.

On Sheet ~m 3000.5230 D all equipments and extra attachments which can be supplied for our Lathes, are listed.

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Part No



Front main beari.ng in headstock

Rear main bearing in headstock

~7620 ~7680

~920 ~971

Hexagonal sleeve in worm shaft in apron

Worm wheel, double thread, in apron

Hexagonal sleeve for safety lever in apron

Spindle nut for cross slide rest

Part No


Shift fork ~B 1-

for inter- 0;0

mediate gear 2050 F in headstock

- f---


2 ball-bearin~s

for hollow 6016

shaft in (c 15~)

headstock "

1 ball-bearing

ea. for inter-6006 mediate gear 6206

shaft in C152)


Shift fork fa tintermediate ME

gear in 1-034

headstock 2051 E

Shift fork f r intermediate MB

gear in 1-034

headstock 2915 E

Lock nut on ME I ,ill I ~road V-belt 44x
apron for 1-034 ppper belt 1060 ( )
leadscrew 3180 D I~ ~~--- .. =t (from center
"' .... '""~ ~inion to
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ME 1-034 3652E


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~ :::let 01' V-belt~j ~ I!

~ 5 pieces, 13x I ~

13x 1400 or 1400 , ~

~ 5 pieces or

-~ 13x1800(for 13x U

~ ~~ __ ~~ ~~~,A~T.R) 1800

~ ,. ~road V-belt

-~ lower belt 44x a

( 750

from motor ..

_@_ ~o center ~inion

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1 V - Belt 44 x 7:;'0 ) For a.l.l types witn variator-
1 V - Belt 44 x 1060 ) drive a.llKe. V-Eelt

210 he Lgn c of centres

250 heignt or' centres

13 x 1400

'13 x 1500

DAT 1-2, n="l 000, ~O cycle & 60 oy. Variator Drive

DAT 1-2, n=1000, ,0 oJ. & 60 0;;. Variator Drive

13 x 1750

13 x 1800

1_) x 1840

13 x 1880

DATR 1-2, 50 oy. n = 2000, DATR 1- 2, 60 cycle n=1000+1500+2000 Wheelgear Drive

DATR 1-2, 50 es , n = 10:_ 0 + 1500

Wheelgear Drive

DATR 1-2, 60 cy. n- 1000 + 1500

Wheelgear Drive

DATR 1-2, 50 ay. n = 100U + 150U

Wheelgear Drive

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3- 900.0206 T!-1/Bi.rg 28-4-1960



TOEST Engine Lathe "DAT·

S e r vic e K a n u a 1

Support for Leadecrew and Feedecrew



,. JOQO' 5238 C

For Lathes with 2 m between centres a support for leadscrew and :feed.serew will be supplied. It should be fixed appr. in the middle of the bed and. prevents sagging of the two spindles, Especially at higher speeds and pitch of thread or feeds, when leadscrew or feedscrew are runn.ing at higher speed, this support .isabsolutely necessary.

Theclam.plng to the bed t s done by t.ightening Bcrew 1 and handle 2 The two slide pieces" which can be readju.sted after wear, are cLamne d by .screws '3.

On the hexagon fsedsere. a hengon mutf each le i1 tted on the le·ft and. on the right of the apron, so that according to the poet tioD of theeupport slide, leadscrew and feedBorewcan be supported

ei tber at the left or at the right of the apron. .

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VCE~)T Eneine Lathe "DAT" Service Manual

3-900.0206 TM-1/Birg 28-4-1960

W ate r

Coo 1 ant


The coolant system for the Lathes TIAT and DATR consists of coo Lan t t ank , coolant pump, c o o Lan t hose and discharge piping from chip pan to tank.

The pump is screwed to the cover of the tank. The cover should be placed on the tc.nk, so that both red marks on the cover resp. on the tank are matching.

The niping of the coolant is attached to the support, with the urper end for~ing a flexible hose, fitted with a shut-off cock.

For re-conducting the cooling liquid, e discharge extension is attached to the chip nan with a screen at the end. The hose, attached to the discharge extension is put in the cover of the co c Lan t tank.

The electric&l co~necticn is establiuhed in the interior of the ris:lt-hz.nd-side leg, where the fuses are located. The switch "a t " (simnltaneOllR y aesipf'ed as motor protection switch) is mounted on the ou t e f d e of tbe front, immediately above the door.

Wben installing the coolant system, the following should be observed:

1.) A discharge hole of appro 20 mm diam. should be drilled at the bottom of the chip pan and the dischare;e extension with screen attached.

2.) The coolant pipe is attached to the rear of the bed carriage. 3.) Po r the electrical connection of t r,e cco Lr n t pump, a hole should be dri::'led into t:le riEht-hand-side leg underneath

the chi p pan, for ti,e cable (arnour-threaded screwl ng or

e qu Lva.Lnn t ) and the switch (motor protection switch 'la111) mounted outside above the door.

~~e use of a motor protection switch is urgently recommended.

If foreie;n matters are ~etti.ng into the co o Lan t pump, the latter could be easily blocked causing the motor to stick fast and to fuse.

Connection of the electrical conduits fo~ the motor of the ceol nt pump is best established beh1~d the main switch of the Lu tJ'le, so that after d i s eng ag i ng the main sw i tah, the coo lent pump in any case is switched off too.

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VCEST Engine Lathe n DAT " S e r vic e Man u a I

;'-900.0206 TM-1/Birg 28-4-1960

Taper Turning Attachment



The taper turnine; attachment is attached to the rear of the bed carri.age und consists of a bracket with dove tail guiding and

cross feed screw guiding, a taper attacbment carrier with graduatic' + 10 , the actual taper turning attachment and a bracket, which is clamped to the bed.

~. Wilen using the taper turning attachment, the working process will be as followingt

The taper e t t acnmen t is set for the required angle and fixed by ecr e 1 and '2. Screw 3 is loosened and the bracket clamped to the bed by the two screws 5 and screw 4 tightened. This done, the taper attacl~ent carrier is no longer adjustable, towards the bed. By a longitudinal movement of the bed carriage (for instance with automatical longitudinal feed) the cross slide is adjusted according to the set angle of the taper.

The setting of the taper angle can be corrected by means of the

two fine adjusting screws 6 after screw 2 has been loosened. Afterwards screw 2 is tightened again.

~. If in between, the Lathe is required for normal turning work, screw 4 is loosened and the bearing rest of the crOSB feed Bcrew clamped by means of screw 3. The ta~er attachment can 80 remain in the set position.

If the taper turning attachment is not used for a longer period, it is recommended, also to loosen screws 5 and to shift this bracket right to the right-hand-side end of the bed.

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Planschelbe 350¢ 101+2 Pace Plate 350 diam

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S chnell spannl'utter

Kegeldreh-E1l1- richtung

Keaeerhalter mit Bo16 Unterlagplatte

.esSerhalt!! obne 5017 Unterlagpl tte

Support-Se leit- N018 1IlB.8ch1ne

Hydraul.Kop:1:er- 11019 Elnr1 chtung

KUhlmittel-E1n- 1020 rlchtUl13

Rand-Pettpresse Olkul! Trommel-LillgaJ.nachlag

Plan-Anschlag B024

Plan-Anschlag .025

(fUr berei t;a gel1eterte Masclilnen)

Dreibacken!utter 200¢ ode 230_

Vie~backentutter 200" ode 230_

:rutterflanech Rollk8rner Morse '3 ode Morse 4

leater Set~stock 1l1tlau:td. Setzstock

Gewinde-Uhr Lllnga-Ane cblag



07 108+9

1010 B011

1012 Bo1,



1021 1022 1023

;-jawchuck, 200 dlam or 230 diam

4-jaw chuck. 200 d1a. or 230 diu

Chuck 'lange

Anti friction centre Korse , or Korse 4

Steady rest

Pollower rest

Tread Ohasing Dial Standard Oarriage Stop

Collet Ohuck

Taper Attachment '001 Bolder with baae plate

Tool Holder without base plate

Grinder tor "VOIST" Lathe

Copying Attachment

ater Cooling System Grease Gun


4-Poait1on Oarriage stop

Gross teed atop GroBs teed Btop (Jor Dl8ech1nes already supplied)


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VO"ES1' Enc;ine La the " D A Thread Chasing Dial

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The Engine Lathe DAT is equipped wi th a leadscrew y,ri th English threads ( 4 threads to 1" ), for VJhich reason the thread chasing dinl can only be used for English threads.

The dial is attached to thQ lock box (at the rieht-hand side) by means of 3 hollow screws, the worm f.ear enGaged wi th the Lend o c rew and fixed in this position ,,",'i th a hexagon nut.

T!"i8 worm gear has 16 teeth, on the index plate are 4 thick scale lines :narked 1 - 4 with a thin line each in-between.

On using the thread cha€ing dial, the following should be observed:

Each line: threads with an even number of threads to 1 inch for inst. 2, 4, 6, 8 threads to 1n etc.

Each number: whole numbers of threads per 1 inch f.i. 1, 2, 3,4 threads to 1" etc.

Scale marks 1 and ;: half a number of threads

f.iQ 1V2, 21/2,31/2 threads to 1" etc.

Ecale mark 1: one fourth of a number of threads f.i. 3/4, 1Y4, 2¥4 threads to 1n etc.

For a counter-mark to the above mentioned scale mark a sC8.1e line is dr-awn \,li th a pencil on the housing of the dial after the first eneBging of the lock-screw.


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Schnilleisluogs.J)iagrallml DlTR1- 2

Drthbernk mit AOderg&tr1 ... UIIfI "PS Motor.

Drchzallien : 2t -1500 U/llin.

Scheme of Cutting Capacity

Engine lathe wilt! Wheel Gear and 4HPMofor Number of Revolutions: 21-JSOO

Sc:IIniftgQCllwlftdigbit in fII-;,. _ Cutting Speed in M/Min.

Bild: 12c


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Schnilleistung s .. Diagramm; DATf • 2 Scheme of Cueing Capacit, Schnilleisfunas-Diagramm; DATR1-2

D,.boIIk •• lIufllllos .. Ri.,..tri ... it 3 " Motw fnginelafhe willute.~ Belt 1Iri... f"9lnelothe wilh Wheel *r ani Drehbatlk mit R&iergetrtebe und 4 PS Motor. ..3000522

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DNhzahl .. : 27-0 ".i. 27-1000 R.p..... 14-1000R.p.m nrehzahlen:14-iOOO min.

Sd4niI9lu"win~,lcctt in .. /,..in. -- Culing Speed in M/Min.

Sd'mittgeschwindigkrit in mImi"

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threads in inches threads to ,.

pitch: thread.s/ or DiQlJlftl'Cll- Pitch

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metrical thread pitoh in mil

or Module

Inch threads

Longitudinal feed in mm per revolution.

Ie .++11-++ = 0.05",,,, 131 .... __ '_so_al_e_1_in_e_=_o..;...,o_5_DUIl_



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Longitudinal feed in inches per revolution.

Leadscrew coupling

ooupling disengaged



cross feed equals half' ot longitudinal feed.

oross :teed

longitudinal feed

Module thread

Dlametral pitch thread



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400 Utllin R.p. min.

The max. speed on using the face plate is 400 rpm.

Figur. 5


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Drehboni<,sDAT II

Linker DrehbonlcfuB mit stuftJilDleriRiemengeirlebe,

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3nstruction for intermediate and .for regu/atlng the tension of the V - belt.




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M83000 5138 E

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