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STANDARD T-360x1000 Precision Lathe with Foot Brake

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Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and includes sea freight to most seaports.

Description

Introducing our STANDARD T-360x1000 Precision Lathe with Foot Brake - the ultimate solution for all your bench lathe needs.

Crafted with precision and designed to exceed your expectations, this lathe is a reliable workhorse that's both powerful and versatile.

Key Features:

  1. Precision Engineering: The STANDARD T-360x1000 is meticulously engineered for precision. Its impeccable design ensures accurate and consistent results, making it ideal for intricate machining tasks.

  2. Impressive Capacity: With a substantial 1000mm (39.37 inches) between centers, this lathe offers ample workspace for various turning projects. Whether you're working on small components or larger workpieces, it's up to the task.

  3. Foot Brake for Safety: Safety is paramount, and our lathe features a convenient foot brake for quick and precise control, ensuring that you can halt the machine instantly when necessary.

  4. Sturdy Build: Built to last, this lathe boasts a robust construction that can withstand demanding workloads. It's designed to be a dependable companion for years to come.

  5. Variable Speed Control: Tailor your machining process with ease using the variable speed control, allowing you to select the perfect speed for your specific project.

  6. Versatile Applications: From metalworking to woodworking and everything in between, this bench lathe can handle a wide range of materials and tasks. It's perfect for hobbyists and professionals alike.

  7. Compact Design: The STANDARD T-360x1000 is designed to fit conveniently in your workshop, making the most of your available space without compromising on performance.

For those in search of a high-quality bench lathe, the STANDARD T-360x1000 Precision Lathe with Foot Brake is the ultimate choice. Its combination of precision, capacity, safety, and durability sets it apart. Invest in this versatile tool, and experience the difference in your machining projects. Order yours today and elevate your workshop's capabilities with this outstanding precision lathe.

Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Swing Over Bed 360mm 14.17 in
Swing Over Carriage 220mm  8.66 in
Swing in Gap 500mm 19.68 in
Distance Between Centers 1000mm 39.37 in
Width of Bed-way 186mm 7.32 in
Spindle diameter  38/51mm 1.49/2.00 in
Taper of spindle MT5 MT5
Step of speed  8 steps 8 steps
Range of speed 70~2000r.p.m 70~2000r.p.m
Metric thread 26 kinds (0.4-7mm) 26 kinds (0.016-0.276 in)
Inch thread  34 kinds (4-56 T.P.I) 34 kinds (4-56 T.P.I)
Molder thread 16 kinds (0.35-5 M.P) 16 kinds (0.35-5 I.P)
Diametral thread  36 kinds (6-104 D.P) 36 kinds (6-104 D.P)
Longitudinal feeds 0.091~2.533mm/r 0.00358~0.09972 inches/r
Cross feeds 0.025~0.69mm/r 0.00098~0.02716 inches/r
Diameter of lead screw φ22mm 0.87 in
Pitch of lead screw  3mm or 8T.P.I 0.11811 in or 8 T.P.I
Saddle travel  1000mm 39.37 in
Cross travel  160mm 6.3 in
Compound travel  70mm 2.75 in
Barrel travel  95mm 3.74 in
Barrel diameter 32mm 1.26 in
Taper of center MT3 MT3
Main Motor 1.5kW 2HP
Coolant Motor 0.04kw 0.055HP
Dimension  1920x760x760mm 75.59x29.92x29.92 in
Weight 500kg  1102.31 lbs

 

Standard Features
  • Bed ways hardened at supersonic frequencies for superior durability.
  • Roller bearing with impressive accuracy for spindle rotations.
  • Crafted with superior steel, the headstock features hardened and ground gears for greater accuracy and durability.
  • Highly efficient, rapid gear operation.
  • High-powered motor for reliable operation.
  • ASA D4 camlock spindle connection type..
  • Various thread-cutting capabilities can be accessed. 
    Standard Accessories
    • 3-Jaw Chuck
    • 4-Jaw Chuck
    • Light
    • Coolant System
    • Splash Tray
    • Foot Brake
    • Steadies, Centers and Sleeves
    Delivery

    Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)

    Delivery 9 -14 Weeks from Deposit


    How to use a Light Duty Lathe 

    Using a Light Duty Lathe with Foot Brake involves several steps:

    1. Preparation: Before using the lathe, make sure to inspect it for any damage or loose parts. Check the tightness of all bolts and nuts, and make sure that the bed, headstock, and tailstock are in good condition.

    2. Mounting the workpiece: The workpiece should be securely mounted between the headstock and tailstock. Center the workpiece in the headstock and tailstock, making sure that it is level and balanced.

    3. Selecting the cutting tool: Choose a cutting tool that is appropriate for the material and the operation you want to perform. Mount the cutting tool in the tool holder, and secure it firmly in place.

    4. Setting the speed: Adjust the speed of the spindle to the appropriate RPM (revolutions per minute) for the operation and the material you are working with.

    5. Starting the spindle: Turn on the power to the lathe, and engage the spindle using the controls on the headstock.

    6. Performing the operation: Move the cutting tool along the workpiece using the carriage, making sure to keep the tool in the correct position and at the correct angle.

    7. Using the Foot Brake: If the need arises, use the Foot Brake to quickly stop the spindle. This should only be used in emergency situations, such as if the cutting tool is about to break, or if the workpiece is in danger of coming loose.

    8. Finishing the operation: Once the operation is complete, turn off the power to the lathe and disengage the spindle. Remove the cutting tool and the workpiece, and clean up any debris generated during the operation.

    It is important to follow proper safety procedures when using a Light Duty Lathe with Foot Brake, such as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and observing all safety warnings and instructions provided by the manufacturer. Additionally, always read and understand the operating manual before using the lathe, and seek assistance from a qualified machinist or instructor if necessary.

    Description

    Introducing our STANDARD T-360x1000 Precision Lathe with Foot Brake - the ultimate solution for all your bench lathe needs.

    Crafted with precision and designed to exceed your expectations, this lathe is a reliable workhorse that's both powerful and versatile.

    Key Features:

    1. Precision Engineering: The STANDARD T-360x1000 is meticulously engineered for precision. Its impeccable design ensures accurate and consistent results, making it ideal for intricate machining tasks.

    2. Impressive Capacity: With a substantial 1000mm (39.37 inches) between centers, this lathe offers ample workspace for various turning projects. Whether you're working on small components or larger workpieces, it's up to the task.

    3. Foot Brake for Safety: Safety is paramount, and our lathe features a convenient foot brake for quick and precise control, ensuring that you can halt the machine instantly when necessary.

    4. Sturdy Build: Built to last, this lathe boasts a robust construction that can withstand demanding workloads. It's designed to be a dependable companion for years to come.

    5. Variable Speed Control: Tailor your machining process with ease using the variable speed control, allowing you to select the perfect speed for your specific project.

    6. Versatile Applications: From metalworking to woodworking and everything in between, this bench lathe can handle a wide range of materials and tasks. It's perfect for hobbyists and professionals alike.

    7. Compact Design: The STANDARD T-360x1000 is designed to fit conveniently in your workshop, making the most of your available space without compromising on performance.

    For those in search of a high-quality bench lathe, the STANDARD T-360x1000 Precision Lathe with Foot Brake is the ultimate choice. Its combination of precision, capacity, safety, and durability sets it apart. Invest in this versatile tool, and experience the difference in your machining projects. Order yours today and elevate your workshop's capabilities with this outstanding precision lathe.

    Specifications
    Description Metric Imperial
    Swing Over Bed 360mm 14.17 in
    Swing Over Carriage 220mm  8.66 in
    Swing in Gap 500mm 19.68 in
    Distance Between Centers 1000mm 39.37 in
    Width of Bed-way 186mm 7.32 in
    Spindle diameter  38/51mm 1.49/2.00 in
    Taper of spindle MT5 MT5
    Step of speed  8 steps 8 steps
    Range of speed 70~2000r.p.m 70~2000r.p.m
    Metric thread 26 kinds (0.4-7mm) 26 kinds (0.016-0.276 in)
    Inch thread  34 kinds (4-56 T.P.I) 34 kinds (4-56 T.P.I)
    Molder thread 16 kinds (0.35-5 M.P) 16 kinds (0.35-5 I.P)
    Diametral thread  36 kinds (6-104 D.P) 36 kinds (6-104 D.P)
    Longitudinal feeds 0.091~2.533mm/r 0.00358~0.09972 inches/r
    Cross feeds 0.025~0.69mm/r 0.00098~0.02716 inches/r
    Diameter of lead screw φ22mm 0.87 in
    Pitch of lead screw  3mm or 8T.P.I 0.11811 in or 8 T.P.I
    Saddle travel  1000mm 39.37 in
    Cross travel  160mm 6.3 in
    Compound travel  70mm 2.75 in
    Barrel travel  95mm 3.74 in
    Barrel diameter 32mm 1.26 in
    Taper of center MT3 MT3
    Main Motor 1.5kW 2HP
    Coolant Motor 0.04kw 0.055HP
    Dimension  1920x760x760mm 75.59x29.92x29.92 in
    Weight 500kg  1102.31 lbs

     

    Standard Features
    • Bed ways hardened at supersonic frequencies for superior durability.
    • Roller bearing with impressive accuracy for spindle rotations.
    • Crafted with superior steel, the headstock features hardened and ground gears for greater accuracy and durability.
    • Highly efficient, rapid gear operation.
    • High-powered motor for reliable operation.
    • ASA D4 camlock spindle connection type..
    • Various thread-cutting capabilities can be accessed. 
      Standard Accessories
      • 3-Jaw Chuck
      • 4-Jaw Chuck
      • Light
      • Coolant System
      • Splash Tray
      • Foot Brake
      • Steadies, Centers and Sleeves
      Delivery

      Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)

      Delivery 9 -14 Weeks from Deposit

      How to use a Light Duty Lathe 

      Using a Light Duty Lathe with Foot Brake involves several steps:

      1. Preparation: Before using the lathe, make sure to inspect it for any damage or loose parts. Check the tightness of all bolts and nuts, and make sure that the bed, headstock, and tailstock are in good condition.

      2. Mounting the workpiece: The workpiece should be securely mounted between the headstock and tailstock. Center the workpiece in the headstock and tailstock, making sure that it is level and balanced.

      3. Selecting the cutting tool: Choose a cutting tool that is appropriate for the material and the operation you want to perform. Mount the cutting tool in the tool holder, and secure it firmly in place.

      4. Setting the speed: Adjust the speed of the spindle to the appropriate RPM (revolutions per minute) for the operation and the material you are working with.

      5. Starting the spindle: Turn on the power to the lathe, and engage the spindle using the controls on the headstock.

      6. Performing the operation: Move the cutting tool along the workpiece using the carriage, making sure to keep the tool in the correct position and at the correct angle.

      7. Using the Foot Brake: If the need arises, use the Foot Brake to quickly stop the spindle. This should only be used in emergency situations, such as if the cutting tool is about to break, or if the workpiece is in danger of coming loose.

      8. Finishing the operation: Once the operation is complete, turn off the power to the lathe and disengage the spindle. Remove the cutting tool and the workpiece, and clean up any debris generated during the operation.

      It is important to follow proper safety procedures when using a Light Duty Lathe with Foot Brake, such as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and observing all safety warnings and instructions provided by the manufacturer. Additionally, always read and understand the operating manual before using the lathe, and seek assistance from a qualified machinist or instructor if necessary.

      *Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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