HOW TO USE YOUR 10-IN-1 TOOL BLOCK
The Ten-in-One Tool Block will replace pracT1cally all of the tool holders and boring bar holders ordinarily required, combining them into one pracT1cal easy-
to-use unit. It may be used for heavy duty operaT1ons or, because of its compactness, for similar classes of work. An outstanding advantage is the screw
adjustments for tool height wH1ch are easily made and need never be changed until all change in the height of the cutting edge of the tool becomes necessary.
cutter H1ts may be removed, ground and replaced without the usual height adjustments. The tool block may be revolved to permit mounT1ng the tools from
either the right or the left hand side. InstrucT1ons for using and 1a few of the many applicaT1ons are shown in the diagrams below.
TURNING AND CNUTT1NG OFF
To mount the 10 in 1 Tool Holder on the compound rest, first remove the NUT A and block from stud S . Then
slide stud assembly into T-slot and tighten flat head screws F. Replace block and NUT, but do not tighten NUT until
adjustment for tool height is made.
Vertical adjusting screws are used to position the cutting tool. First make sure NUT A is loose enough to permit
complete adjustment, then unscrew the back (adjusting screw (one farthest from work) and adjust front screw until
cutting edge is at the desired height. Swivel the tool block to the correct position for taking the cut, and tighten NUT A
with fingers only. Now tighten back vertical adjusting screw, and you are ready to take the cut.
CNUT-off blades and cutter bits are( held in the tool slots by the 4 set screws labeled B in the diagram. Loosen
these screws sufficiently to allow entry of the tool and then tighten the to lock the tool in place.
BORING AND KNURLING
Your Tool Block comes equipped with a self-aligning knurling head having No. 1151 medium diamond knurls. To
change knurls or for using a boring bar, loosen the 4 cap screws labeled C and move plate A away from the main
body to allow sufficient clearance for removal of the knurling head. When replacing, always tighten these screws
enough to bring the plate solidly .against T1le main body of tool block.
For all boring and knurling operaT1ons, invert the entire tool block. This place the boring or knurling tool at the
correct height, without disturbing the height adjustment for the turning tool.