Clarkson Mark 1 Tool and Cutter Grinder

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02-12-09 Essex
Birmingham
18-03-09 Machinebidder.com

15-10-09 unionsteam.co.uk
01-04-09 Station Road Steam






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↓ (02-12-09) This was for sale in Essex (Stationary Engine Forum) for about 300 pounds, with a lot of tooling. Nice.
The owner had acquired a Mark 2 or 3, so as a result this one was up for sale.
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↓ (15-10-09) This neat looking one was up for sale near junction 36 of the M1. It was advertised on the Union Steam.co.uk website by messymiller.
Serial Number = 9439
It is driven off a home made 1ph to 3ph converter.
There is an extension spindle.
There is a buffing spindle and another extension spindle sitting on the table
The wheel guard looks a neat job.
click here to see the source
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Addendum: The above machine again appeared for sale, this time on ebay on 04-10-10, with a few more pictures.
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↓ (15-10-09) Lot 186, was for sale in Birmingham.
The pedestal is a Mark1 pedestal. The main unit looks like a Mark1, but the way the belt guard wraps around it probably is a Mark 2.
There are extensions on each end of the table, bellows on the left, and there are 5 gib screws. Definitely not a Mark1 table, a Mark2 I think.
So, is this a Mark2 on a Mark1 pedestal? I suppose if you were upgrading you could use your existing pedestal to save on price.
Ah, I just noticed the plate says 'March'.
Notice the thumb screw that appears to lock the axle of the rack gear. That is a good idea. On occasion, when feeding in using the feed screw axis, I have had to manually hold the table steady as the rack tends to creep sometimes.
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↓ (01-04-09) This one was sold for restoration. Station Road Steam website.
It looks like Serial Number = 1174 (but I can't be sure).
Initially I hated this one, but now I quite like as it has a certain character about it. It would not take much to make it look good.
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↓ (18-03-09) Lot 9, went for 80 pounds. machinebidder.com
This looks like it is all original, with maybe a custom collar or something in the Head, and a 7/16th Whitworth spanner. Nice
The end of the rack is ready to catch someone.
It looks like it has the spindle extension fitted.
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There are more pictures in Gallery 1 - start
There are more pictures in Gallery 2 - 2009 ***
There are more pictures in Gallery 3 - 2010
There are more pictures in Gallery 4 - 2011
There are more pictures in Gallery 5 - 2012
There are more pictures in Gallery 6 - 2013
There are more pictures in Gallery 7 - 2014
There are more pictures in Gallery 8 - 2015
There are more pictures in Gallery 9 -2016





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