10E versus the 10ER

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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Real1shepperd wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 4:24 pm "I would very much like a 10ER rip fence! Happy to pay for the shipping. The drill chuck is missing. I really need my friend here to help decide how far he wants to go with the 10E. If it were just me, I'd update it with as many 10ER parts as possible. He's supposed to be back here at the end of July.

I have no room in my shop to park it, so it's going to be covered outside. We don't get any rain during the summer and most of Sept, so I'm OK to do that. When I cover it tomorrow, I'll try to better assess what we have.

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No problem. If you want to provide me with your zip code. I will package up the fence and figure out a shipping cost.
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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Thanks nv10er, I've sent you a PM.

It does have the newer 10ER extension table. It's set up right now with the big disc sander. Where do I get the paper/glue for that? My 10ER has the smaller disc sander and I haven't used it yet.

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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Get 12" sanding discs with peel off adhesive. Glue(or distick) has not been used for decades.
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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Is that a SS order thing, or are they more or less universal?

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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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The 12" Sandpaper Discs with the self-adhesive backing are available from Shopsmith and other sources. Shopsmith also sells hook and loop Sandpaper Disks.

You said you have the smaller Sanding Disk. What diameter is your Sanding Disk? The Model 10's only came with the 12 " Sanding Disk as have the Mark 5/V's through the years. There was a different double sided 10" Sanding Disk with one side flat and the other conical that came with the Mark VII in the 1960's. The SawSmith RAS had a 9" Sanding Disk.
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Mark V completely upgraded to Mark 7
Mark V 520
All SPT's & 2 Power Stations
Model 10ER S/N R64000 first one I restored on bench w/ metal ends & retractable casters.
Has Speed Changer, 4E Jointer, Jig Saw with lamp, a complete set of original accessories & much more.
Model 10E's S/N's 1076 & 1077 oldest ones I have restored. Mark 2 S/N 85959 restored. Others to be restored.
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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Russ,
Maybe they aren't sanding discs at all. Here are some pics of these two items that came with my 10ER. Lathe faceplates?

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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Yep! Face plates.

And CI to boot.
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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Yep, CI! I would assume they are pressed or stamped steel today.

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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Real1shepperd wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 11:39 pm Yep, CI! I would assume they are pressed or stamped steel today.

Kevin
Nope, Cast Aluminum.

The conical sanding disk is stamped steel. The flat sanding disk is simply steel(flat plate).
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Re: 10E versus the 10ER

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Lathe Faceplates have gone from Cast Iron to Aluminum back to CI. Below are examples of the different 3-3/4" Lathe Faceplates with the most recent one I bought from SS on the right. The CI one on the left is from the Model 10 era. They were changed with the introduction of the Mark 5 Greenie to have the 5/32" Allen Wrench size Set Screw and painted green. If your 3-3/4" Faceplate doesn't have the 5/32" Allen Wrench size Set Screw it was from the Model 10 era.

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Mark V completely upgraded to Mark 7
Mark V 520
All SPT's & 2 Power Stations
Model 10ER S/N R64000 first one I restored on bench w/ metal ends & retractable casters.
Has Speed Changer, 4E Jointer, Jig Saw with lamp, a complete set of original accessories & much more.
Model 10E's S/N's 1076 & 1077 oldest ones I have restored. Mark 2 S/N 85959 restored. Others to be restored.
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