Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?

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I need to replace the keeper plate (part #24040) on my DVRxp lathe
again...
All of the contact info that I had and any on the web is outdated and
are dead links...

Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
On 8/29/2016 12:55 PM, Mac Davis wrote:
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Have you tried http://teknatool.com/


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Yes... I doesn't seem to exist any more...
I bought one last time using (email) Sales@tecnatook and that bouced
back, also...

Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
On 8/29/2016 3:18 PM, Mac Davis wrote:
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It must have been very recent then as the site advertises new products  
for the Fall 2016.
Try phoning the # on the site.
Graham

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Just got through to "teknatool.com" and it's now something called
Southern Tools or something and doesn't sell parts...

Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
On Mon, 29 Aug 2016 14:30:19 -0700, Mac Davis wrote:

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Interesting.  I called up the website and got:

If you are located in US, you can also contact our Service Center on  
727-954-3433 or contact us via our online HELP DESK.  Also for US  
residents only at this stage, we operate a spares and service website for  
spares, parts and accessories that our dealers don't carry, you can  
purchase online with our website HERE.  

"HERE" is:

http://www.novatoolsusa.com/

Does it actually have parts - who knows?????

--  
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!

Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
On Tue, 30 Aug 2016 00:29:09 +0000 (UTC), Trenbidia

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Nope, but thanks... After a few clicks, it goes to the same "Southern
Tool" or something, and as all the pages I've found, their version of
"spare parts" are asseccories like chucks...

Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
On 8/29/2016 8:34 PM, Mac Davis wrote:
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Try going to the head office in New Zealand:
http://www.teknatool.com/New_Zealand.htm
Graham

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Thanks, Geaham... Looks promising, I sent an email and filled out a
contact form...

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I'm not sure of your issue. Maybe try this.  

http://www.teknatool.com/Contact.htm


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I tried this one 2 days ago, Leon... Filled out and submitted 2 forms
and sent another email. No response on any of them.
I think the next step is to see if I can get a few fabricated here...

Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
Mac Davis wrote:
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My contact for repair was Michael Swerbensky   snipped-for-privacy@teknatool.com
But that has been a couple of years ago.  He was located in Tampa, I  
believe.
--  
GW Ross

You know what I always say...







Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
G. Ross wrote:
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St. Pete
Phone # 727-954-3433

--  
GW Ross

You know what I always say...







Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
On Mon, 29 Aug 2016 11:55:34 -0700

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do not know anything about the company or where to get parts

seems like others have pointed you in right direction

the name reminds me of that old tale about chevy novas not selling
well in spanish speaking countries in south america since
no va means no go










Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
On Wed, 31 Aug 2016 10:21:38 -0700, Electric Comet

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Nova seems to be in business... Seems being the operative word...
As for Teknatool, I don't think that they are, at least from a lathe
standpoint...
Nova actually means "Not going", but I understand your point...

Re: Anyone have a current contact for Nova parts?
On Monday, August 29, 2016 at 11:55:37 AM UTC-7, Mac Davis wrote:
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I can mfg the part # 24040. How many lathe owners need the part? I designed
 a double ended keeper plate so that when one side wears out just flip it o
ver and use the other side. Note: the grove in the shaft may need to be dre
ssed up to square it off again.  Jason Reid   snipped-for-privacy@prodigy.net

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