Lathes serve those who work with radial designs. These professional quality devices provide a range of uses including the ability to cut, sand and grind materials. Bench lathes sometimes connect with CNC programs to craft precision designs and a modern shop may take advantage of the more powerful units for large capacity jobs.
Bench and stationary machinery provide enormous power to professional craftsmen for their toughest materials. A geared head lathe provides enormous help when working with solid materials like metals or plastics, especially when they support hardened heads that easily withstand the grind. Of course, these heads are not unique to geared heads. A belt drive lathe offers fewer gears, but maintains similar performance. Both require consistent lubrication during usage. Gear heads offer faster speed changes, while belt drives remain a classic choice for craftsmen who admire the simple design. Every modern spindle bore lathe includes features to help with lubrication and most provide precise control over spin speed.
Bench and stationary accessories include digital readout devices. These usually attach to the machine itself, and often measure surface degree or other basic information. Paired with precision lathes, these accessories ensure greater precision with every project. Choose your lathe first, and find one that maintains a speed and size that fits with your projects. Then, move on to accessories to help along the way. Shop for other engineering machine tools if you need access to shears, mills or roll forming machines, and find everything you need for the work space.
Bench lathes provide excellent control over projects that require radial cuts. They offer variable speeds for a variety of material densities, and professional craftsmen rely on each headstock to provide accurate measurements. Choose the model that fits your work style, gear head or belt drive, and get started on your next project right away.
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