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- ItemBench Lathe
- Motor HP1
- Swing Over Bed (In.)9"
- Distance Between Centers (In.)20"
- Swing Over Cross Slide (In.)5"
- Swing In Gap (In.)9"
- Spindle Taper4MT
- Spindle Bore (In.)1"
- Number of Spindle Speeds6
- Spindle Speed (RPM)150-2400
- Bed Width (In.)5-5/16"
- Cross Travel (In.)4-5/16"
- Compound Travel (In.)2-3/4"
- Carriage Travel (In.)17"
- Tailstock Taper2MT
- Tailstock Travel (In.)2-1/2"
- Thread Range (In.)8-56
- Thread Range (mm)0.2-3.5
- Longitudinal Feed Rates0.002-0.008
- Overall Length50"
- Overall Width23"
- Overall Height19"
- FeaturesAll Steel Helical Gears, Built and Tested to DIN 8606 Lathe Standards
- Includes3 Jaw Chuck, Splash Guard, Chuck and Toolpost Safety Guard, 4 Way Tool Post, Splash Guard, 2MT Dead Center, Inch and Metric Gears for Threading, Steady Rest, Follwer Rest
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