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post #1 of 6 Old 03-09-2009, 11:48 AM Thread Starter
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Delta Faceplate

Hi,
Was wondering if anyone knows where to get faceplates for older Delta lathes? Diameter not important. 3/4", Left Hand, 16 TPI. Goes on outboard spindle.
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post #2 of 6 Old 04-03-2012, 06:14 PM
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search your local area for authorized Delta dealers if you want a new, genuine Delta faceplate

any faceplate with the correct threads will work just as well as a genuine Delta one, Provided that it has not been cracked, warped, or crossthreaded, or otherwise rendered unusable or dangerous

If your spindle has 3/4 -16 RH threads inboard, you can find faceplates with both LH and RH threads in the same piece, but some folks ask a lot more for one than for a RH thread only, which is far more common - taps and dies for LH threads cost LOTS more than those for RH threads

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If you write to him you may be able to get one here..
http://www.wbnoble.com/wood_turning/...faceplates.htm
If so I would get the drilled, faced, and thread relief.

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Steelex sells faceplates with no set thread (8" is D1088 according to one website)- you order that part separately as an insert and they have a 3/4-16 LH insert (D1105).

Oneway also sells a 3/4-16 LH adapter, but it's made specifically for their faceplates.

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pen state supply has a large # of face plates of all size`s tpi size`s .
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Oneway has most threads in their adapters.
http://oneway.ca/chucks/adaptors.htm. Maybe the link will work or just google oneway.
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