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Popularity: 100 / 100
$848.99 Show listing
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  • Unrivaled speed control
  • 60 to 3600 RPM variable speed
  • Optimally designed speed ranges
  • Forward to reverse is a smooth transition
  • Innovative ratchet style belt tension system (patent pending)
Popularity: 94 / 100
$699.99 Show listing
  • 1HP motor delivers all the power you need for turning spindles to large bowls or platters.
  • Big turning capacity of 12-1/2" diameter swing and 20" between centers.
  • 24 Postion Index head allows accurate pattern or design work on projects.
  • Electronic variable speeds 250-3850RPM with LED display and forward/reverse functions.
Popularity: 91 / 100
$437.97 Show listing
  • Easy Access Speed Change: Provides ample room to change speeds quickly
  • Self Ejecting Tail Stock: No need to use the knock-out bar to remove the center
  • Laser engraved ram with 2-1/2-Inch travel
  • Ability to Add Multiple Extensions
  • 1/2HP Motor
Popularity: 89 / 100
$4981.99 Show listing
  • Wood turning lathe with digital RPM readout, 20-inch swing, and 34-1/2-inches between center
  • Powered by a 2-horsepower, 220-volt, variable speed motor
  • Made of heavy-duty cast iron, Assembly required
  • Accessories-include guard, tool rest, face plate, wrench, knockout rod and spindle lock
  • 50x24x44-inches; Backed by 1-year warranty
Popularity: 86 / 100
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  • 1" x 8 TPI RH headstock spindle
  • 10 speeds: 600 - 2400 RPM
  • Distance between centers: 43"
  • Heavy-duty, precision ground cast iron bed and cast iron legs ensures stability and minimal vibration
  • MT #2 spindle & tailstock tapers
Popularity: 86 / 100
$4499.99 Show listing
  • Moveable control box for customizable versatility
  • Main power disconnect switch located on rear of headstock
  • Self-locating ergonomic spindle lock design for easy, one handed operation
  • Upgraded BANJO features a non-marring, pinch style Clamp for solid tool rest placement
  • Extended spindle nose increased access to the work piece
Popularity: 85 / 100
$188.47 Show listing
  • Motor: 1/3 HP, 2 Amp, 110V, Single-phase, 60 Hz
  • 12-inch distance between centers
  • 8-inch swing over bed
  • Cast iron construction and infinitely variable speed control
  • Includes two tool rests
Popularity: 85 / 100
$968.37 Show listing
  • Motor: 2 HP, 110V, single-phase
  • Heavy-duty, precision ground cast iron bed and cast iron legs ensure stability and minimal vibration
  • Lever speed adjustment, 10 speeds: 600 - 2400 RPM
  • Quick lock/release levers for tailstock and headstock; 0 Degree, 60 Degree, 90 Degree, 120 Degree and 180 Degree headstock rotation
  • Includes: 6-Inch faceplate, MT#2 spur center, MT#2 live center and tool rest w/ swivel arm base
Popularity: 85 / 100
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  • Motor: 1/2 HP, 110V, single-phase
  • Amps: 7
  • Swing over bed: 10"
  • Distance between centers: 18"
  • Swing over tool rest: 6-1/4"
Popularity: 82 / 100
$499.89 Show listing
  • 15-1/2" between centers
  • Six spindle speeds: 500, 840, 1240, 1800, 2630 and 3975
  • Integrated 24 position indexing
  • Improved tensioning system with easier access to belts
  • Wider bed ways provide increased rigidity
Popularity: 82 / 100
$659.99 Show listing
  • Powerful 1 hp max, 1,725 rpm motor
  • Large 12-1/2-inch swing capacity provides the largest capacity in its class. Drive spindle: 1 inch -8 RH TPI thread
  • Electronic variable Speed with three-pulley speed ranges provide the required speeds needed to turn a project without changing belt position
  • Forward and Reversing function allows the turner to achieve a superior finish. Sanding a turned piece with the grain causes the wood fibers to lay down and remain rough.
  • Patented belt tensioning system for easy and quick speed changes and sets the belt at the correct tension every time for maximum power transfer and longer tool life
Popularity: 82 / 100
$299.99 Show listing
  • Rikon mini lathe: This Rikon mini lathe features a ½ motor that provides ample power for all turning needs. With a 10” swing and 18” between centers, this mini lathe also has a self ejecting tail stock and has easy access to speed change.
  • Sturdy and Dedicated: Designed specifically at the request of pen turners who wanted a sturdy, dedicated machine for their craft. This scaled-down, basic mini lathe is made from cast iron, so vibration is not a factor, unlike other lathes made of aluminum.
  • 5 speed ranger: This mini lathe has a 5 speed range that covers the bases for boring barrel holes, roughing out pen billets, turning to shape and finishing.
  • Includes: This lathe includes a live center, tool rest, knock-out bar, and wrenches.
Popularity: 82 / 100
  • Quick access speed changes
  • Swing over bed: 10-Inch
  • Tailstock travel: 3-1/4-Inch
  • Tool rest length: 6-1/4-Inch
  • Includes tool rest, live rolling center, spur center and 3-Inch face plate
Popularity: 81 / 100
$2042.49 Show listing
  • Heavy-duty, precision-machined cast iron bed and cast iron legs ensure stability and minimal vibration
  • Overall dimensions: 80-3/4-Inch long x 19-1/16-Inch wide x 48-1/16-Inch high
  • Approximate shipping weight: 547 lbs
Popularity: 79 / 100
  • Designed for the home DIY enthusiasts, small and portable, strong power, not suitable for mass production or commercial use.
  • Power: 100W Voltage: 24V DC Material: aluminum alloy and Acrylic Speed: 5000-8000 r / min, 7 grade speed Size: 310* 60 * 70mm 3x Hex shanks(0.059inch,0.079inch,0.098inch)
  • Maximum turning diameter: 70mm. Maximum clamping length: 180mm. Chuck clamping range: 0.6-6mm
  • High-precision, stability, low noise, aluminum alloy materials, CNC machining.
  • Thick aluminum base, acrylic dust cover motor. Transparent plexiglass shield, super convection cooling holes.
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I am told that the Rikon, Rockler and Harbor Freight mini-lathes are made by the same Chinese manufacturer and are essentially the same. True?
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Which is better the nova Comet ll lathe or the T-king lathe of comparable size?
Related: T-king DIY Mini Lathe, Nova Comet II Midi, Wood Lathes | Submitted by anonymous 1046 days ago

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What is the smallest MT insert that the Shop Fox W1836 tailstock will accept?
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