Many years ago I had a Victoria V1 vertical mill, not sure if the manual is
still around, doubt it, but will look. I think if you look on EBay, Item
number: 200623659278 you see one. This guy is also worth asking for a
manual, as he sell loads of them.
Twas a very good machine, could rip out steel like it was butter.
I know I still have the on/off lever, plate and switch. I had it remade by
the original manufacturers, and when the machine went to the scrap yard, I
removed it. I'm not sure if you machine has the same start handle though, my
one was of in the middle position, up was on I think, right down was reverse
I think, cant remember exactly, just that it was a 3 position job.
Is this a largish horizontal model driven by an internal flat belt
from the motor in the base? Table size about 28"?
If so it's an M1. I used to have one and did have the manual somewhere
(it wasn't very long or useful). If I find it (probably at the
weekend) I'll be in touch.
This model was developed into the H0 and U0 models
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