Model: 165

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Manuals for Model: 165

Print code: MD398S

DoAll Lathe. Late-model Machine (made by Harrison in the UK) with a "square-edged headstock", large sheet-aluminium covers embossed with "speeds and feeds" and screwcutting operated by rotary lever controls (no sliding lever). Operator's Instruction Manual and Spare Parts Manual as detailed Sectional Drawings. Includes a copy of the DoAll Technical Sales, Specification and Accessories Catalogue.

Print code: MHL13

HARRISON Lathes Models 12-inch and 13-inch swing L6 Mk. 3 - also badged as the 155 and 165 and distinguishable from earlier models by a flat front face to the headstock a long, single upward pointing handle on the face and two spindle-speed change levers on the top, a third control shaft control rod below the leadscrew and power-feeds shaft, a screwcutting gearbox with a sliding selector control that indexed into a row of holes. The gearbox had either two thumb lever along the top edge (English threading) or three thumb levers (metric version).

Print code: MHL190

Harrison "13-inch" and "15-inch" (identical apart from centre height) and badged variously as the 13-inch, 15-inch and 155, 165, 190 and "1300". These very distinctive late-model lathes differ from the earlier 155 and 165 L6 Mk.

Print code: MHL190E

Harrison "13-inch" and "15-inch" (identical apart from centre height) and badged variously as: 155, 165, 190 and "1300". This is a very distinctive lathe - a sort of half-way house between the older and newer styles - and differs from the other 155 and 165 L6 Mk. 2 and 3 types in having:
- two spindle-speed levers pointing downwards on the front face of the headstock (instead of on top)
- large embossed sheet-aluminium covers on the headstock and face of the apron

Print code: MHL190e

Special Edition for the rare combined early/late Harrison "13-inch" and "15-inch" (identical apart from centre height) and badged variously as: 155, 165, 190 and "1300". These very distinctive lathes differ from the other 155 and 165 L6 Mk. 2 types in having the two spindle-speed levers pointing downwards on the front face of the headstock (instead of on top), large embossed sheet-aluminium covers on the headstock and face of the apron.

The screwcutting gearbox was the earlier type with a sliding tumbler selector that indexed into a row of holes.