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Old 8th Aug 2022, 10:54 am   #1
Quadman
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Join Date: May 2011
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Default Unknown Coil Winding Machine

Hi Guys

I have acquired an interesting extremely commercially well made coil winding machine as the attached pictures but can find no information at all about it or its manufacturer. The machine is built with heavy iron castings just like a lathe. It is imperial and is probably of British manufacture as the threads are BSF and BA. The wire guide is driven by a gear and cam arrangement which runs in a substantial oil bath (1.0 litres approx). The guide movement appears to be sinusoidal and its relation to the mandril rotation can be altered with the change wheels. as shown. The winding is therefore honey comb. There is no makers label on the machine.

Does anybody here recognise this machine and have any details about it?

Kind regards

Paul
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