Examples from the Web for headstock
It consists of a driving head, answering to the headstock of an ordinary lathe.
This screw is operated by a hand wheel shown in the general view, Fig. 703, beneath the rear bearing of the headstock.
It runs in bearings which are split and are coned externally, fitting into correspondingly coned holes in the headstock.
The front bearing of the headstock has two brasses or boxes, a and b, set together by a cap c.
Figs. 549 and 550 represent a plan and a side view of the headstock and the two slide rests nearest to it.