Grizzly G0745 - 4" x 6" Micro Metal Lathe
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- Swing over bed: 4.25"
- Distance between centers: 6"
- Spindle bore: 0.39"
- Spindle threads: M14–1.0
- Tailstock travel: 7/8"
- Cross slide travel: 1-1/2"
- Tool bit size: 5/16" x 5/16"
- Motor: 150W (1/5 HP), 110V, single-phase, 1.8A
- Speed range: Variable, 100–3800 RPM
- Overall size: 16-1/4" L x 11-1/2" W x 11-1/2" H
- Footprint: 14" x 5-1/2"
- Approximate shipping weight: 36 lbs.
- Chuck guard
- Small footprint
- Non-marring rubber feet
- 2" 3-Jaw chuck
- Tailstock dead center
- Cross-slide mounted tool holder
- Open-end wrench 5.5 x 7mm
- Phillips screwdriver #2
- Hex wrenches 3, 4, and 5mm
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I received this lathe as a Christmas gift this past December, and I have to say that it has far exceeded my expectations in the time since them. Power is more than adequate, although don't be expecting to hog heavy cuts in steel. Light cuts in mild steel are fine though, and of course non-ferrous metals present no problem at all. The machine runs smooth and the design is a good compromise between cost and performance. The small footprint is a big bonus, and the machine is light enough to easily store on a shelf if space is tight. The one issue I've com across is that the bore of pieces chucked-up is slightly off from the bore of the tailstock. It seems as though the tailstock is slightly high relative to the chuck, so for instance, if you want to open up a 2mm ID bushing's bore to 3mm, you need to go way "under" with your reamer to wind up with a 3mm bore. This may be at least in part to runout of the chuck spindle, but the spindle and tailstock are definitely not in line. Anyway, I've managed to work around this and may see about correcting this soon, but I am very happy with the machine. It has to be the best value in a "micro" sized metal lathe there is...thanks Grizzly.
I admit I was a little skeptical at first. Boy was I surprised. Turns out this is an amazing little workhorse. For those needing a smaller hobby type lath, I don't think you can go wrong with this machine. Yes it is an import, but it is engineered to very good accuracy and specification. As far as I'm concerned, the end machined product is only as good as the skilled hands behind the machine. Me for one is happy and well satisfied I bought this machine.
This product at the price was a very very good deal. Grizzly always sells very good product's
I've had this little machine for a little less than a month, but in that short time I have had my eyes opened to what a lathe can really do. First off, this lathe is pretty small, but the motor has decent power, and it seems to be sturdy. There is very little play in the cross slide, or any of the moving parts for that matter. It must be kept in mind that I am new to metal machining, and this is my first lathe. I would highly recommend this lathe to any beginner who, like me, intends to start out building small projects.