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The Model G0752 is the variable-speed version of our G0602 10" x 22" Benchtop Metal Lathe. It shares the same features and accessories, but with the addition of electronic, variable-speed spindle control with a digital RPM readout on the headstock. This feature allows you to dial in the exact spindle speed you need with the turn of a dial—and while the lathe is still running! This feature not only eliminates the time it takes to stop the motor and change gears whenever you need to adjust the spindle speed, it also allows you to obtain the best results possible with absolute precision.


  • Motor: 1 HP, 110V, 3-phase (with inverter for single-phase power supply), 12A
  • Swing over bed: 9-1/2"
  • Swing over cross slide: 6-1/8"
  • Swing over saddle: 6-1/8"
  • Distance between centers: 22"
  • Bed width: 6-1/8"
  • Spindle bore: 25mm
  • Spindle type: Threaded, 1-3/4" x 8 TPI
  • Spindle taper: MT#4
  • Tailstock taper: MT#3
  • Tailstock quill travel: 2-1/2"
  • Cross slide travel: 6-1/2"
  • Compound travel: 3-1/2"
  • Maximum tool bit size: 1/2"
  • Spindle speed: Variable, 100–2000 RPM
  • Leadscrew: 3/4" x 12 TPI
  • Longitudinal feeds: (9) 0.0025, 0.0140 in./rev.
  • Inch thread range: (31) 8–72 TPI
  • Metric thread range: (26) 0.25–3.50mm
  • Footprint: 12-1/2" x 47-1/2"
  • Overall dimensions: 50-1/2" W x 22" D x 19-5/8" H
  • Approximate shipping weight: 453 lbs.


  • Variable-speed spindle control with digital RPM readout
  • Hardened and ground V-ways
  • Thread dial
  • Spindle reversing switch
  • Inch/metric dials
  • Emergency stop button
  • Quick-locking tailstock
  • Chip tray and backsplash guard


  • 5" Three-jaw scroll chuck with two sets of jaws
  • 6-1/2" Four-jaw independent chuck with reversible jaws
  • 8" Faceplate
  • 4-Way turret tool post
  • MT#3 dead center
  • MT#4 dead center
  • Follow rest
  • Steady rest
  • Bottle for oil
  • Tool box with service tools

14 Customer Reviews(4.8 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review

Thomas M
Good hobby lathe 09/20/2020 2:53:39 PM

I bought my G0752 used off of craigslist it is a 2013 model and was a good deal because it had tooling and material to go with it. Ive since made several modifications to it to make it even better. I moved the back splash back several inches to give more room around the chuck I also enclosed the bottom to contain the chips. I also built a tool rack and mounted it to the top of the back splash and has support legs behind the lathe. I added a large flexible light with a
bright LED bulb. I added a tool tray on top of control panel. I added double row contact bearing in the cross slide and compound. I remade or modified all the handles and changed the length on cross slide and compound. I made a solid tool post mount which has made parting off steel much better and way more rigid, and easy to swap between the compound if needed. testing out a gravity fed cutting oil tube mainly for parting off steel and easily removable.
There are more modifications done but these were the main ones Im happy with my lathe. You can use these as they come from the factory or mod them to make even better.

Anonymous Reviewer
Very Nice Lathe 08/28/2020 9:44:29 PM

I bought the lathe directly from Grizzly and customer service was great! Shipped and delivered with no problems. Set up was easy, still waiting for time to break it in so i can start using it. I bought a tool box and took off the wheels and mounted it to a sturdy wooden base with lag bolts and bolted the lathe down to the box. I look forward to using it soon. Regards, Ray

Anonymous Reviewer
Nice Lathe 07/25/2020 12:57:27 AM

I bought the lathe about a month ago. It was easy to clean up and set up. It is very well made and is an addiction to the three other Grizzly machines I have in my workshop. I would recommend that anyone looking for a good bench top lathe don't think twice go ahead and purchase this one. Thanks Grizzly

Steve D
Nice machine for hobbyists 12/20/2018 12:23:13 PM

Purchased this in may of 2018. Picked it up myself in the Missouri showroom. Originally intended to buy the G0602 model, but they were out of stock at that time. Wife talked me into the variable speed unit, and I am sure glad she did! The variable speed is really handy and an excellent feature. Very pleased with the machine and have used it quite a bit over the last few months. Added a quick change tool post to make it more user friendly. Holds pretty decent tolerances and seems to have plenty of power for what i use it for. Great for a home shop.

Larry U
Awesome lathe 06/30/2018 2:46:09 PM

I bought my GO752 lathe a year ago and it works great! I added a quick change tool post and digital read out and couldnt be happier!!!

Karl H
Good so far 06/18/2018 2:46:14 PM

Delivered slightly damaged, without chuck key for 4 jaw chuck. Grizzly quickly shipped out replacement repair parts and chuck key (Wrong chuck sent, so still do not have tool to hold spindle when removing chuck.) Overall I am pleased with this purchase

Great starter machine 06/16/2018 3:20:28 PM

This lathe is my second machine I bought from grizzly..(bandsaw) I never used a lathe before in my life..it was very easy to learn and strong enough to do what I need..i use it to machine motorcycle parts axles,spacers,hubs and gears..the only thing there is no quick connect tool holders made for this machine. But i still love it.

Billy B
05/09/2018 11:34:05 PM

This is my second purchase from Grizzly. Both packages arrived within a week from ordering. Each machine arrived with no damage. Had a small electrical issue with the mill but the customer service was awesome and a tech walked me thru and we fixed over the phone. Very happy with both machines.

Anonymous Reviewer
Decent Lathe 07/06/2017 6:23:57 PM

I bought this lathe a few months back and have used it on several small projects. I have made the tool rest modifications that are out there on you tube which helped a good bit. The original tool rest tends to flex a little. The only other issue is that the main spindle bearing seems to be already showing signs of wear. I oiled it per the instruction manual initially and did the required burn in procedure as well as oil it regularly but when I oil it the oil comes out on the face of the lathe and seems to have a slightly gritty feeling to it. I have my suspicions that the unit may not have been factory new. There were some paint scratches and the plastic coating on the front panel face had been peeled off already. As long as the bearing doesn't fail though I am good with the lathe. It works well for what I use it for.

Anonymous Reviewer
06/06/2017 1:34:37 AM

I am very pleased with my G0752 purchase. With many years experience running lathes as a career I wanted a small lathe to use in my home shop for hobby/prototype work. I did a lot of online research before choosing this particular machine. It has the feel of a higher end lathe. I do miss the auto cross feed however. This was the sacrifice I made in order to afford the digital spindle speed control.

Jason S
Above expectations 06/03/2017 1:36:34 AM

Very pleased with this machine. Easy to set up and after a good thorough cleaning it runs parts very nicely.

John B
01/26/2017 10:27:19 AM

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Anonymous Reviewer
very nice lathe 01/06/2017 2:40:50 AM

bought this lathe about 4 months ago and then bought the stand a few months later when it came available.it is used in starter and alternator rebuilding. I use it to turn armatures and rotors. I have a grizzly lathe that is over 20 years old. it get used every day.these machines are indestructible.the variable speed in nice.this is a good price for this lathe. remember you can buy other lathes out there. but you cannot get parts for them.grizzly carries the parts.they still have parts for 20 year old lathe.

Production Floor Use 01/30/2016 7:08:34 PM

We purchased the G0752 to assist in the manufacture of small prototype parts & tools.
The shipment arrived a couple of days early, the crate was undamaged, and the machine was well secured to the pallet.
After initial evaluation & cleaning off the cosmoline it ran very smooth. At full speed, the loudest noise still came from the VFD cooling fans, nothing wrong with them, they just move a lot of air.
There was a lot of grit in the holes where the handles screw into the wheels, also in the T slot for the tool post. I didn't take the cross slide off the carriage, but I would be willing to bet that there is a lot of grit in there too. There was no grit on any of the sliding surfaces though, or I would've sent the machine right back to Grizzly as a 'received as damaged' item.