If any reader has Hembrug sales literature or photographs
of their lathes, the writer would be delighted to hear from you
Cross-feed micrometer dial
Carriage handwheel and micrometer dial
Some versions of the lathe were fitted with a spindle-direction control shaft below and parallel to the leadscrew with an operating handle (A) fastened to the right-hand face of the apron.
Note the T slots (at each side of the cross slide) cast in higher than the top surface of the saddle
A 3-speed, 1 hp motor with its 4-step V pulley was mounted inside the cabinet stand on a height-adjustable plate pivoted on a bracket fastened to the substantial cast-iron door; opening the door automatically relaxed the belt tension, allowing the speed to be changed
Bed and headstock cast as one rigid unit.
The compound slide rest was beautifully constructed; both grip strips were of the taper type and the feed screws were provided with miniature ball-bearing thrust washers to improve the feel against both inward and outward movements.
Complex but efficient headstock spindle, backgear and tumble-reverse assembly.