Exploded Component Drawings is available for this lathe
This common Taiwanese lathe was built from the 1970s until the early 2000s. Various brand names were affixed for different countries - but the position of the headstock-mounted control and those on carriage remained unchanged with one exception, for the US market - and possible others - the carriage handwheel was on the left rather than the right-hand side of the apron.
Another typical Taiwanese-made small geared-head lathe can be see here and, apart from its geared headstock, the lathe shown below is, in most identical to the very popular and now common belt-driven headstock version shown here.
Another common Taiwanese small geared-head lathe can be seen here