Grizzly   |  Model: G4000
9" x 19" Bench Lathe
Price: $1,025.00
Recently Added ×
You May Also Like ×

Grizzly G4000 - 9" x 19" Bench Lathe

click to zoom

    See this item in our 2016 Main Catalog!
    548 549 689
    Showroom Pickup
    There's never been a better time to get into metalworking - or a better price on a professional-quality Grizzly metalworking lathe. The Model G4000 is precision crafted by one of our most-trusted factories for superior accuracy and long-lasting dependability. You won't find a better combination of price and performance on a full-featured 9" x 19" lathe anywhere!

    Specifications:

    • Swing over bed: 8-3/4"
    • Swing over cross slide: 5"
    • Distance between centers: 19"
    • Spindle bore: 0.78"
    • Spindle nose taper: MT #3
    • Motor: 3/4 HP, 110V, single-phase
    • Number of spindle speeds: 6
    • Range of speeds: 130, 300, 400, 600, 1000, 2000 RPM
    • Leadscrew: 9/16"–16 TPI
    • Compound travel: 1-7/8"
    • Cross slide travel: 4-1/4"
    • Carriage travel: 16"
    • Maximum tool size: 1/2"
    • Tailstock quill travel: 1-9/16"
    • Tailstock taper: MT#2
    • Number of longitudinal feeds: 4
    • Range of longitudinal feeds: 0.0047–0.012 IPR
    • Number of inch threads: 27
    • Range of inch threads: 8–56 TPI
    • Number of metric threads: 11
    • Range of metric threads: 0.5–3.0mm
    • Overall dimensions: 37" L x 20" W x 15" H
    • Approximate shipping weight 294 lbs.

    Standard Equipment:

    • 4" 3-Jaw chuck with two sets of jaws
    • 7-1/4" 4-Jaw chuck with reversible jaws
    • Steady rest
    • Follow rest
    • MT #2 dead center
    • MT #3 dead center
    • MT #2 live center
    • 4-way tool post
    • Faceplate
    • Extra C-type tool post
    • Tool box & tool kit

    :

    :

    1 Customer Review (5 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review

    Cuzn_Jim
    SAVANNAH, GA
    I really like it 3/11/2016

    I bought mine 4 years ago and feel so pleased I bought it every time I start it up, I do preventive maintenance as to not have any trouble, like buy new belts before I really need them, and check all bolts regularly. THERE is only 1-ONE thing that I found that sadden me - it will not cut threads that match the spindle chuck mount m39x4, I had to get a tap and do my other back-plates. I remember I cut threads for 3/8 bolt the same day I got it setup, that was about 3 days after received it, I took measurements and made a welded table to mount it on so I would have no worry about tolerances, no flexing here and cuts as true as the day I first ran it.

    Animation for G4000
    ×