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Stark No. 4 Lathe
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Stark No. 4 lathe with a plain-bearing headstock and complete with a compound screw-feed slide rest, cut-off (sometimes known as a forming-slide) and a lever-action headstock collet closer

A restored Stark No. 4 The 3-jaw chuck fitted is marked: SWEETLAND CHUCK #6 HOGGSON & PETTIO NEW HAVEN CONN

Cut-off and forming slide

Lever-operated cut-off (sometimes called a forming-slide) used when the lathe was set up for production work

Light-pattern lever-feed tailstock

An essential accessory for production work the lever-action collet closer could be provided for all models of Stark Precision bench lathes

Standard screw-feed tailstock

Compound slide rest with a finely-engraved, bevelled-edged rotation scales both top slide and feed screws

Plain bearing headstock

A Stark No. 4 lathe of the late 1920s to mid 1930 when the option became available of high-precision ball races in the headstock

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Stark No. 4 Lathe
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