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BROWN & SHARPE Screw Machine Troubleshooting Guide Manual

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Number of Pages: 151+1 foldout

This is a reproduction, not a photocopy, of an original Brown & Sharpe Screw Machine Troubleshooting Guide. This Guide is intended to add to the information in the owner’s manuals by explaining in detail the proper procedures to follow when more extensive repairs are necessary. In most cases this advice is specifically for the ULTRAMATIC Screw Machines (those machines built since 1955 in the case of #00’s and since 1964 for the #2’s and #3’s) but some supplementary information is also given for the earlier “G” Series screw machines.

We have a Brown & Sharpe screw machine in our shop, and the information in the manual has been priceless. This is the textbook for these machines.

Please see contents and pictures of pages below:

Contents:

Introduction

Brown & Sharpe Pumps Used on Automatic Screw Machines…………………….F1

CAMAC (Old Design) Including Replacement of Sprag Clutch…………………..M

Camshafts Hesitate, Slip or Fail to Drive……………………………….E1

Camshafts, Timing of…………………………………………………..Q

Chip Wipers on #2 and #3 Turret Slide, Installation of……………………A1

Chuck Clutch Trip Lever, Setting………………………………………..L

Chuck and Feed Driving Gear, and Chuck and Feed Clutches, Removal of………..J

Clutch Body Keys, Clutch Lever Inserts in “G” Series Machines,

Installation of……………………………………………………….Y

Coolant Shut-off Solenoid Valve on #00, Installation of…………………..G1

Comparing #2 ULTRAMATICS to Earlier #2 Automatics, Questions and Answers…….W

Electrical Guide………………………………………………………T

Electrics……………………………………………………………D1

Friction Brake Motor on #00, Conversion from Dynabrake Driveshaft Motor to…..U

Lubrication…………………………………………………………..A

Mounting Studs on Stearns Brake of Driveshaft Motor, Replacement of………..CI

Oils for Coolants (Water Soluble and Sulphur Base) on #00, #2 and #3, Use of…Z

Oversize Clutch Lever Spindle Inserts, Instructions for Using………………X

Rapid Pull-Out Attachment on #00, Use of…………………………………S

Right Hand Bracket, Removal of………………………………………….H

Right Hand Bracket, Mounting of…………………………………………I

Speed Case, Removal of…………………………………………………B

Speed Case Assembly…………………………………………………..II

Spindle Assembly on Older Designs with Coil Sprocket Bearing Retainer Springs, Fitting Washers to…………………………………………………….N

Spindle Bearings, Chart Showing Proper Assembly of………………………..0

Stock Push-back or Feeding Inaccuracies on #2 and #3……………………..HI

Thread Chasing Attachment, Operate………………………………………V

Torque Limiter……………………………………………………….B1

Turret Attachments, Instructions for Installing…………………………..R

Turret Change Shaft Adjusting Gear and Turret Return Shaft on

#00 Machines, Replacing………………………………………………..P

Turret Locking Pin Bushings on ULTRAMATIC and Automatic Screw Machines,

Replacement of………………………………………………………..F

Turret on #00 and #2 Automatics, Installation of New………………………D

Turret on #2 and #3 ULTRAMATICS, Removal and Replacement of………………..C

Turret on “G” Screw Machines, Installation of…………………………….E

Turret and Reversing Clutches, Replacement of…………………………….K

Turret Slide Springs on Constant Stroke Turret Slides, Removal of…………..G

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I have collected this information for many years and have found the information they contain to be priceless in using and setting up the machines properly. I believe this manual will be a valuable resource of knowledge that will provide a lot of helpful information that is often hard to find. My manuals are not photocopies. I maintain a high standard of quality in my reproductions. Most of the manuals I reproduce look better than their originals. I have professionally digitally edited every page, and removed stains, wrinkles and handwriting. All of the manuals are printed on thick white paper to withstand shop wear and tear.

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