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    Original Schaublin accessories from the 50's

    As I scan a part of an original documentation, that can give you some ideas for future diy tools, now you can just found them on the second market place and in good condition they stay expensive.
    If somebody is looking for a Schaublin acessory, I can make a scan of the page, when I have time it's interessing to copy the integrality but it takes a lot of time…
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    Hi Okapi,

    I find these old catalogs/manuals fascinating and do get good ideas from them. That offset spherical turning attachment is a pretty novel design as well as the grinding attachment at the bottom.

    I know its a lot of work to scan these and not sure if any one on HMT has one...So I can only say "if you are inclined". The only two people I know of that have Schaublin mills are Jan Sverre Haugjord and This Old Tony on YT. Beautiful Mills and extremely versatile.


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    Hi PJ

    I've seen, used and sold a lot of Schaublin accessories which were uncommon, some are never be seen on the original documentation, and on the documentation are some special tools I've never seen too, it's a very large range, for the Schaublin milling machines especially, they are some small ones that you can't find or see anymore.
    For example, on this link, a specialised tooling, for what purpose ? Schaublin can't answer and it's not on current documentation : chariot croisé spécialisé Schaublin 102 | lecollectionneur.ch | Pierre_G.

    I can make scans for the accessories pages when possible to find a little time, and to give that on the forum.

    Have a nice day.

    Pierre

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    For completing the description, this is mounted with a W20 chuck, the black handle is the classic model used on lathes in W20 and is just to close the chuck.

    There is a dividing ring behind the rotating part but very simple, not made for cutting wheels for example.

    I suppose it's a tool made for something simple, a 4 teeth cutting tool as used in clockmaking ?

    Thanks for your interest, I'm going on the links you give me, looking those two persons.

    As you like Schaublin I'm very interested by the quality of Starrett tools, then we can say that people who work with their hands have international interests. ;-)
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    Hi Pierre,

    That is a cool piece but I have no idea how it's used. Seems like it's a milling attachment for very small pieces. The 2 tools on the slider bar look like "centers" to me and not cutting tools to hold a small piece of round bar precisely centered while milling it. That collet looks very small like maybe 3mm?? Does the big black knob only lock the collet or can it be indexed some how? Perhaps part of a screw machine fixture?? Hopefully Doug or someone of his caliber and experience can identify it. Beautiful example of high quality tools!

    The quality and versatility of the Schaublin machines reminds me of the Hardinge HVL-H tool room lathes...which make me drool.

    Thanks for sharing the excellent pictures and the ideas of the accessories!

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