View Full Version : I recently got an old Craftsman Lathe....


groucho
09-16-2011, 09:53 AM
....and it needs a couple parts. It's model #101-07383. This part drives the table(?). It's turned by the wheel and in turn moves the table by the gear I'd call the rack (of rack and pinion). My friend and machinist of over 30 yrs recently died and his wife wanted me to have this, so I'd like to get it fixed. What is this part called, so I can search for one? Thanks

Travis E.
09-16-2011, 10:38 AM
There is one on Ebay right now. Are you the same Groucho from the HAMB? If so, there is a machinery repair place in Sun Valley off Penrose called Studwell. they may be able to track it down for you.

groucho
09-16-2011, 10:44 AM
There is one on Ebay right now. Are you the same Groucho from the HAMB? If so, there is a machinery repair place in Sun Valley off Penrose called Studwell. they may be able to track it down for you.Same Groucho. I'll check out Studwell, thanks

lbgradwell
09-16-2011, 11:17 AM
It might be worth asking Clausing Industrial if they can help; the manufacturer of your lathe was Atlas & they have since become Clausing Industrial (http://www.clausing-industrial.com/Products/Lathes/clathes.htm)...

This (http://home.insightbb.com/~antinice/101.07383.html) might help too..?

Good luck; it's a very worthwhile project. :thumbup:

groucho
09-16-2011, 11:19 AM
It might be worth asking Clausing Industrial if they can help; the manufacturer of your lathe was Atlas & they have since become Clausing Industrial (http://www.clausing-industrial.com/Products/Lathes/clathes.htm)...

This (http://home.insightbb.com/~antinice/101.07383.html) might help too..?

Good luck; it's a very worthwhile project. :thumbup:
I saw that link yesterday, but did not see the part that I need in the pictures

rickairmedic
09-16-2011, 12:41 PM
Groucho ebay is your freind on that lathe . You can buy almost anything you need for it there . Search atlas/craftsman lathe :D.

Rick

dabirdguy
09-16-2011, 04:15 PM
Be sitting down.
The gougers on Egay have jacked the price up on them.
It is a carriage traverse gear.

Steevo
09-16-2011, 05:12 PM
An excellent source of support and documentation for your lathe is here:
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php
The model number should be on a plate on the right end of the lathe, below the ways.
should be something like 101.xxxxxx or 109.xxxxxx

groucho
09-16-2011, 07:54 PM
An excellent source of support and documentation for your lathe is here:
http://hobby-machinist.com/index.php
The model number should be on a plate on the right end of the lathe, below the ways.
should be something like 101.xxxxxx or 109.xxxxxx
THANKS for that link!! Mine's #101 07383

Steevo
09-16-2011, 08:28 PM
You might also want to join the Yahoo Group:
atlas_craftsman Atlas_Craftsman Metal Working Machines

Lots of info, parts, etc.