I recently manufactured some press parts: a gripper bar lever for a No. 3 inspired by several posts on this blog, a new feedboard for the No. 3, that gets bolted onto two wooden side posts, and a dead bar
I am going to be a new owner of a No. 3. that doesn’t have a lock up bar. I am considering having a metal worker create stationary “foot lock up bar” (I think that is what the manual is
My Handy Lockup Bar is not working. I took the bar apart thinking that the mechanism might be dirty, but that doesn’t seem to be the problem. Along with the NR-255 Cam Rider, NRS-23 Spring, and NS-399 Block Extension I
My 215 Positive Lockup Bar has suddenly taken to shifting easily during printing. Since this is a new trend, I’m thinking the bar needs attention, cleaning, adjustment, etc. Any advice on this? I would also like to have a fixed
I just got a lockup bar. It is the early style, but I’m missing two pieces the internal pin that goes from the cam to the spring and the pin that aligns the sliding part of the bar. That part
Hi, I am looking for a lockup bar for SP-15, serial 26228. Does anyone have a spare one? Any suggestions? Thanks, widok
Hi all, I live in France and here it is very hard to find specific material for my Vandercook Sp-15 . I search : – a Vandercook SP-15 positive lockup bar – a Vandercook roller setting gauge If you have
We are in need of a lock up bar for the Vandy. I also have a Potter for sale. will send photos.
I have a badly corroded lock-up bar that I would like to free up. I see numerous good suggestions on how to remove rust, but considering the steel AND aluminum construction of this bar, any suggestions on a type of
I’m unfamiliar with exactly how a lock-up bar works but I don’t think mine is not working correctly. The extension block will not move when I tighten the bar down. (isn’t it suppose to?) I’ve taken it apart and noticed
I recently purchased a Vandercook 219. It’s missing the lockup bar. Does anyone know where I can find one?