Myford ML7. A complete Data Pack that covers all versions of the ML7 including the Tri-Leva and ones with screwcutting gearboxes.
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Manuals for Model: ML7
The ML7 W.M.E.D "Easy Change Screwcutting Attachment". Notes on Installation and Operation.
Myford ML7 Instruction and Maintenance Manual. Reproduction of the original 1946 version with the first-ever price list. Interesting, but scanty data. However, also included are copies of the first-ever Myford Catalogue - the very rare 16-page one marked "Preliminary" together with the first of the very detailed and well-illustrated 16-page ML7 Sales, Technical Specification and Accessories Catalogue. If you're as crazy about the ML7 as I am, this is the data set you need....
SPAREY SCREWCUTTING GEARBOX (this was an early box designed for the ML7
and intended for home construction) - two large technical drawings showing how
to machine and assemble the box.
Myford Screwcutting Gearboxes. There were two versions of the box: the earlier had a train of external gears under a detachable cover on the right-hand face, the later version was entirely enclosed. The gears and settings for each box differ and this publications contains both editions with full details of the metric conversions sets needed, how to mount the gearbox and other essential information. Both boxes can be fitted to either the ML7 or Super 7 - the only difference being the shape of the changewheel guard.
1) Myford Industrial Stand in excellent condition and in the maker’s original paint finish. Complete with electrical switchgear, raiser block and a separate (presumably single-phase) push-button. £450
Quick-change Toolholder for small lathes up to 100mm (4") centre height - Myford ML10, ML7, Compact 8, etc - "Dickson" type with central block and complete with 4-stations to hold...