A very original and lightly-used No. 2 backgeared and screwcutting Wade CAV lathe with the earlier-pattern headstock
Headstock split bearings on the plain turning No. 1 Model. On the screwcutting version, the bearing clamps were fitted at the front of the headstock.
Wade CAV No. 2 Backgeared and screwcutting Lathe. The lever protruding horizontally forwards below the left-hand headstock bearing the dog clutch that engaged and disengaged the carriage drive.
Rear view of the No. 2 lathe. Only one Tommy bar was provided to lock the various clamping screws - but generously a length of plug chain was fitted to prevent its loss.
Section through tailstock, bed-support foot and leadscrew bush and handwheel.