Many of the lathes used in my shop were built in Massachusetts some as close as a mile away from my studio
The Swiss Made Schaublin 102 lathe takes care of most of my small precision turning. It is very well equiped with a standard and lever tailstock, headstock indexing capabil;iries as well as overhead belt drive for live tooling
The Rivett 608 lathe was perhaps the most accuratte lathe in its' day.
The Wade 8A was the toolmakers lathe offered by the longtime Waltham MA company. Mine was made in 1954.
The Leblonde 13" lathe handles my larger turning jobs
The Wade turret lathe handles my production runs
This very nice late model 10K was made in 1984