Grizzly G0791 - 12" X 36" Combination Gunsmithing Lathe/Mill
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- 1/2" Square drive in tailstock for use with torque wrench to precisely lock tailstock
- Easy to use lever controls
- ON/OFF reverse switch on carriage
- Ball bearing steady/follow rests
- Outboard spindle "spider" for gunsmithing or long shaft support with 4 brass-tipped screws
- Cast iron stand with extended base
- 6" 3-Jaw chuck with 2-pc. reversible jaws
- 4-Jaw chuck with reversible jaws
- 10" Faceplate
- Steady rest/follow rest with roller tips
- Full length splash guard
- Heavy-duty cast iron stand
- Halogen work light
- Quick-change tool post with included holder
- Two MT#3 dead centers (1 carbide-tipped)
- One MT#3 live center
- Set of seven change gears
- Drill chuck arbor R-8 x B16
- 5/8" Drill chuck
- Spindle sleeve R-8 x MT#3, MT#3 x MT#2
- Toolbox with service tools
- Swing over bed: 12"
- Swing over saddle: 11-5/16"
- Distance between centers: 36"
- Bed width: 7-1/4"
- Lathe spindle bore: 1.57" (39.87mm)
- Lathe spindle taper: MT#5
- Mill spindle taper: R-8
- Tailstock taper: MT#3
- Tailstock barrel travel: 4"
- Cross slide travel: 6-1/4"
- Compound travel: 3-1/4"
- Maximum distance spindle to work table: 12"
- Mill spindle travel: 2-1/4"
- Mill table T-slots: 3/8", 2-7/16" OC
- Maximum lathe tool bit size: 5/8"
- Lathe spindle length: 17"
- Lathe spindle length with 4-jaw chuck: 21-1/4"
- Number of speeds: 9 (lathe), 4 (mill/drill)
- Lathe speed range: 70, 200, 220, 270, 360, 600, 800, 1000, and 1400 RPM
- Mill speed range: 250, 530, 1100, 2300 RPM
- Range of threads (inches): 4 - 112 TPI in 40 steps (Gear changes required)
- Range of threads (metric): 29 @ 0.2 - 4.5mm
- Lathe motor: 2 HP, 220V, single-phase, 8.5A
- Mill motor: 3/4 HP, 220V, single-phase, 4.5A
- Approximate shipping weight: 1566 lb.
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1 Customer Review (5 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review
I've had mine since summer of 15'. It is very similar to the Harrison Engine Lathe I ran years ago. It is about 1/4 the size of the one I ran. I have only wonderful things to say about it. Wiring was no problem. I haven't seen anything to complain about other than, I had to buy an Engine hoist to assemble it. Now I have 2 ton crane. It is a beatutiful machine.