your machine, also date the machine was built.
Location of these numbers illustrated at right.
CODE NUMBER. This number should also appear on
your order of replacement part. This number is an index
Machine tools are designed and
to the specific design of part that went into the unit
manufactured to assure you the greatest measure of
long life performance. There remains, however the
important factor of getting prompt service when
replacement parts are required as a result of natural
change the dimension or the appearance of a certain
wear or accidental damage. This parts list was prepared
part, yet it is still interchangeable with the old part. You
for your convience to determine quickly the part needed.
will always receive the benefit of the improved design
PARTS AND ASSEMBLIES. Frequently replacement
interchangeability makes this possible. Location of this
parts are ordered that appear to be individual parts but
number (illustrated below) is shown on the repair parts
in reality the particular part ordered is attached to other
parts by press fit, hand scraping, tapered pins or by
Therefore, when ordering have the following
some other mechanical means which can only be
properly done in the factory, and are part of an
1. Serial or Model No. of Machine.
assembly. The part numbers with prefixes and AS
2. Unit code number.
identify assemblies and the parts included in these
3. Part number & name of part required.
assemblies are indicated by the item numbers appearing
in parenthesis after the part name. Such parts are not
sent out individually, but as assemblies.
SERIAL NUMBER OF LATHE.
This number must always appear on your order for
replacement parts or attachments to assure prompt
shipment of the part or attachment ordered. This
number is an index as to the size, type and model of