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Forum topic by krm128 posted 04-19-2021 10:18 AM 272 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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krm128

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04-19-2021 10:18 AM

OK, How do I remove the outboard headstock hand wheel on a one way 1224 lathe ? Wanting to install my own wheel.


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Leo Van Der Loo

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#1 posted 04-21-2021 03:25 AM

Page 8 in your manual shows the headstock parts, there is a nut in the handwheel you will need to remove and the handwheel should come off, there is a key in the shaft to prevent the handwheel from spinning on the spindle, also the handwheel is used for indexing and to lock the lathe.

All together not an easy to replace piece for your own, but maybe you can bolt a larger one onto it ?.

-- Have fun and take care

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#2 posted 04-21-2021 03:43 AM

Page 8 in your manual shows the headstock parts, there is a nut in the handwheel you will need to remove and the handwheel should come off, there is a key in the shaft to prevent the handwheel from spinning on the spindle, also the handwheel is used for indexing and to lock the lathe
- Leo Van Der Loo

What you are referring to as the handwheel is actually the drive pulley (#2 in diagram) :(

Outside the parts shown on page 8 is the belt cover assembly (page 22 in manual), and it does not show a handwheel at all. It actually shows a cover where the handwheel should be! Best bet would be to contact OneWay and ask someone in the service department.

Cheers,
Brad

-- Brad in FL - In Dog I trust... everything else is questionable

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#3 posted 04-21-2021 09:29 PM

Whoops, I should have looked closer, I saw the picture of the lathe that does show a handwheel on the lathe and assumed that was what’s shown, sorry for my screwup.

So I went back and found that they do have a hub that will screw onto the end of the spindle, it also has a setscrew shown, so if the OP has the handwheel on the lathe, then the setscrew should be removed/loosened enough and then the handwheel should be unscrewed from the spindle.

-- Have fun and take care

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