Literature for Drummond lathes, gear shapers and other machine tools is available
Drummond 5, 6 and 7-inch centre height lathe on the treadle underdrive stand. Even in the early 1920 this was considered an old-fashioned arrangement, unable to show much in terms of efficient productivity and would only have been ordered where no electricity supply was available. The massive flywheel was neatly contained within the cabinet leg and ran on friction-reducing ball bearings.
The standard 7-inch lathe equipped for drive by a wall or ceiling-mounted countershaft with fast and loose pulleys.
Section through the headstock of the 7-inch Drummond
A particularly fine and original Drummond 7-inch equipped with a wealth of rare accessories as well the correct overhead countershaft