Model: AR

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Manuals for Model: AR

Print code: MB145C

Bechler Type AR and AR-C Automatic Lathes (AR-10, etc). Detailed Operator's Instruction and Maintenance Manual.

Print code: MB145F

Bechler Type AS and AR Automatic Lathes. Headstock Spindle Brake Instruction Manual.

Print code: MB145L

Bechler AR and AS Lathe Thread-chasing Attachment. Detailed Instructions for Setting.

Print code: MB145M

Bechler Automatic Loader "Multibar" for AS, AR and BR Lathes. Detailed Instruction Manual with Electrical schematics.

Print code: MB145N

Bechler AS and AR Lathes. 3-spindle Counter-combined Threading, Centring and Drilling Attachment Type 52-039 Detailed Instruction Manual for both the single and twin-belt types.

Print code: MB145P

Bechler AR Lathes. 6-Spindle Turret Attachment. Operating Instructions.

Print code: MB145T

Bechler AS and AR Lathes Milling and Slotting Attachment Type 52-040. Operating Instructions.

Print code: MI200

Imperia Tool and Cutter Grinder Type M6 (AR). Instruction Manual and Spare Parts as Exploded Component Diagrams and Cross-Sectional Drawings. Includes a copy of the maker's useful Technical Sales and Specification and Accessories Catalogue in English,  French and German but the manual is available with English or French Text.

Print code: MS527

Sheraton "9-Inch" lathe. The very best Manual is the one produced in England for the South Bend clone made by Boxford. Unlike the South Bend book "How to Run a Lathe" this 170-page edition concentrates in detail on the 9-inch lathe. I have also added all the known relevant South Bend 9-inch data to give a complete data pack for the machine: operating instructions - extra comprehensive screwcutting charts with metric conversions for both the changewheel and gearbox models and other valuable data.

Print code: P428A

Pollard Corona Drills. Full-range catalogue showing drills manufactured during the 1940s and 1950s.