Unimat SL and DB lathes: unused, boxed examples publication titled: “First Junior Instructions for using The Emco Unimat Universal Machine Tool”. EMCO Hobby Machine Instruction Manuals and Spare Part Lists. Below are links to instruction manuals for various machines. Unimat 3. Spare Parts List. unimat,lathe,belts, manual, book emco, edelstaal,parts, db, sl, unimat 3, mini lathe, db, sl

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The handwheels, now larger at mm in diameter, were made slightly thinner and given mankal knurled rim and a locking nut on the end of their feedscrew, instead of through the wheel’s boss. The condition of the original manual is very good.

ER collets also have an extraction groove– the E and ES collets do not. Some examples of this version have also been found with saddle and cross-slide locking screws the latter with a small brass plug pushed against the right-hand cross-slide bar but such fittings appear not to have been standard until at least the Mk. As a point of interest, the spindle from this unit was also used in the Toolpost Grinder part number VS that Emco offered for their larger V7, V8 and V10 lathes.

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Later arrangements were more sensible and robust, with the use of two single-row, self-adjusting sealed-for-life ball races NSK Bearings part number E with wavy manuql washers providing the thrust.


The conversion process from one mode to another was generally well thought out – and simple to execute: Image not available Photos not available for this variation.

However, by the mid s the technical literature with USA-market machines was showing uunimat motors: Get the item you ordered or get your money back. The “pea-green”, pre Emco brochure shows just such a machine, with the larger Manuxl motor: As an example of the confusion that reigned an original, unused lathe from has been found fitted with watt rpm motor but accompanied by a 3rd edition Operator’s Manual stating that a 65 Watt, rpm unit was fitted.

From the start of production the motor bracket came with an idler pulley – but machines have been found without this fitting possibly to ease the fitting of a particular accessory and hence only 6 instead of 11 speeds.

Sell now – Have one to sell? It is likely that only two motors were used on this model: Of all the elastometers available for power transmission, this material is the best suited and most widely used.

The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects. The first version of the W appears to have been based on a mid to late Mk. Late s headstock with the vertical, hexagon-headed alignment pin Mk.

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Rather late in the day, on August 1,a United States patent No. Black crackle finished Emco Unimat Mk. Some versions of this lathe have been found with two locking screws on the cross slide, one in the normal position nearer the front and the other in line with it further back. A new, unused item with absolutely no signs of wear.


Please keep in mind that: The motor was the now-familiar larger plain-bearing Dutch unit, with the centre portion painted ether black or in a colour to match the rest of the machine.

No pages appear to be missing. The belt is not glue bonded but rather, heat welded and is as strong as the belt material itself. These wonderful little machines are now orphans since Emco discontinued support of accessories, parts and manuals.

See other items More The vertical pillar was However, there was a degree of overlap between the machines, with even early-production examples found though only rarely with the early red nameplate, U90 motors and aluminium handwheels.

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Refer to eBay Return policy for more details. The smaller turned-parts on were probably made on a “Swiss Auto” – and ideal machine for making quantities of precision miniature components – with the plain-steel, mm diameter handwheels having a pleasing diamond knurl around their outer edge, tiny micrometer dials engraved into the inner boss and straight pins for hand-grips.

After feedback is received from you, we will respond with a fair rating. From what I have read, I believe overunits were produced.