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lathe acme screw info needed

lathe acme screw info needed

Hi Guys

Looking for some info in this here acme screw.

I am Guessing this is a crosslide screw and nut ???

I do know that it is a left hand thread, it has a thread dia of 15mm and it has 10 TPI

the total threaded part of the screw is 19 cm and the overall length is  41 cm

THIS IS ONLY A GUESS, but I was thinking Colchester chip master metric ???

Ps need a little help with attaching a photo plz

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