The lathe is a machine tool which spins a block of material (wood) to perform various operations such as cutting, sanding, knurling, drilling, or deformation with tools that are applied to the workpiece to create an object which has symmetry about an axis of rotation. An adjustable horizontal metal rail, the tool rest, between the material and the operator accommodates the positioning of shaping tools, which are usually hand-held
- Complete accessories, the lathe is compact, allowing fit in tight space, which can be perfectly set at your house to do some wood pattern projects & handiwork, such as straight fluting, grooving, drilling, layout, & much more
- With 40" inches distance between the center, the lathe give you enough space to do wood work while maintaining a low profile on your workbench, allowing you work with larger pieces for great handiwork
- Made of solid steel, the frame is steady & strong enough to make your machine stable, which can hold your wood projects. The stable frame can help to reduce the vibration when operating the machine
- With several accessories available to customize the lathe, you can tailor it to fit your different needs. The versatile wood turning lathe, you can improve the accuracy of your craft.
- Designed with adjustable 4 speeds, you can tackle various projects with different needs, contributing to power saving and better accomplishment
- Motor Power: Single Phase 350 Watts
- HP: 1/2
- Power: 120v/60hz 3.4a
- Height Of Cutting Tool: 7" (178 mm)
- Maximum Diameter: 14-1/4" (365 mm)
- Maximum Length Of Cutting Feed: 39-1/4" (1000 mm)
- Speed: 1100/1600/2300/3400 RPM
- Overall Dimensions: 61"(L) x 8-1/2"(W) x 14-1/4"(H)
- Assembly Required: Yes
- Wood Turning Lathe
The spindle thread size is probably M18-2.5 That is really close to the 3/4-10 that some people think it is. I had a Central Machine wood lathe with the same spindle size. I bought a Nova G3 Turning chuck with a blank insert for the spindle. Drilled the insert with 15.5 MM drill and tapped it with M18-2.5 tap. The Nova list for insert list for that size but I couldn't find one.
Does everything I need to do with a lathe. Good solid lathe body. Well balanced, no vibration when turning.
yes yes ok
Good for making stuff for yourself but definitely not a "make stuff to sell" tool. The tailstock is pretty flimsy and got off center pretty quickly