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Faircut Lathes ("Truecut" Lathes) - Page 2
Sheffield, England
If any reader has a Faircut lathe the writer would be interested to hear from you

The only surviving literature for Faircut  is a copy of
the Sales Catalogue for the Junior

Faircut Home Page   Faircut Page 3   Faircut Junior




This larger Faircut has a useful automatic knock-off fitted to the carriage drive

An early 3.5-inch Faircut with 3-step flat-belt drive and pulley diameters of 2.25", 3" and 4"




A Faircut without any maker's identification - but almost certainly supplied to somebody like Willimott's for sale under their name

Either the maker's or a contemporary countershaft - the narrowness of the motor-drive pulley indicating that is was intended (as on many South Bend lathes) to be driven by the inside flat of a V-belt (with a V-belt pulley on the motor).

Faircut saw bench




Faircut Home Page   Faircut Page 3   Faircut Junior

Faircut Lathes ("Truecut" Lathes) - Page 2
Sheffield, England
If any reader has a Faircut lathe the writer would be interested to hear from you

The only surviving literature for Faircut  is a copy of
the Sales Catalogue for the Junior



email: tony@lathes.co.uk
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