Early sheet-steel cabinet stand for the 100 series lathe
"Bolted-up" cast iron stand for the series 100 lathes.
Basic cast-iron legs with a built-on, adjustable motor bracket.
Motor bracket detail.
200 Series stands: Three different types were available; the cheapest (above) was a steel bench, with either a wooden or chip-tray top, which could hold only the ordinary 8-speed V-belt drive system. There were no cupboards or doors and the right-hand side of the column had to be left open for access to change speeds. The lathe fitted to this stand - and the one supplied for mounting on the customers own bench - had a final drive to the headstock spindle by a single "B" section V belt.
A rather better stand was the steel 'semi-cabinet' (left) fitted with a door to the (larger) left-side column and able to accommodate either of the two drive systems. When mounted on this, or the other superior stand, the final drive from both kinds of countershaft, was by twin "A" section V belts.
The best mounting available for the lathe was the 'full-cabinet'; this had the same left-hand column mounting for the drive with the addition of three rail-supported drawers in the right-hand column.