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This lathe/mill combo is not your basic benchtop machine! The lathe cuts inch and metric threads, features 9 longitudinal feeds, and comes with a 4" three-jaw scroll chuck and 9-1/2" faceplate. The compound rest features a built-in vise and the cross slide conveniently doubles as a mill table. Meanwhile, the mill sports an adjustable head, coarse and fine downfeed controls, and comes with a 1/2" drill chuck with arbor. With the G4015Z, you get a lot of machine in a small package with all the features you need for just about any job!


  • Swing over bed: 16-1/2"
  • Swing over saddle: 11-1/2"
  • Distance between centers: 19-3/16"
  • Bed width: 5-1/2"
  • Lathe spindle bore: 0.787" (20mm)
  • Lathe spindle taper: MT#3
  • Tailstock taper: MT#3
  • Tailstock quill travel: 1-1/2"
  • Cross slide travel: 4-1/2"
  • Compound travel: 3"
  • Maximum tool bit size: 1/2"
  • Lathe spindle speeds: (7) 185–1455 RPM
  • Leadscrew: 7/8" x 6 TPI
  • Longitudinal feeds: (8) 0.0020–0.0069 in./rev.
  • Inch thread range: (27) 8–120 TPI
  • Metric thread range: (18) 0.2–3.0mm


  • Mill swing: 12"
  • MIll spindle taper: MT#3
  • Mill spindle travel: 3-1/2"
  • Distance from spindle to table: 10"
  • Distance from spindle to bed: 15-3/4"
  • Mill head vertical travel: 3"
  • Table dimensions: 6" W x 7-1/4" L x 1-1/2" Th
  • T-slots: two at 7/16", 3.54" (90mm) on center
  • Drawbar: 3/8-16 TPI, 10-3/4" L
  • Mill spindle speeds: (14) 117–1300 RPM
  • Maximum tool bit size: 1/2"
  • Drilling capacity: 1/2" (steel)


  • Motor: 3/4 HP, 110V, single-phase 8.7A
  • Footprint: 23" x 42"
  • Dimensions: 42" W x 23" D x 35" H
  • Approx. shipping weight: 475 lbs.


  • Cross slide doubles as a mill table
  • Coarse and fine mill spindle downfeed
  • 4-Way turret tool post
  • Tailstock offsets 1/2"
  • Built-in vise on compound rest
  • Cuts inch and metric threads


  • 4" Three-jaw scroll chuck
  • 9-1/2" Faceplate
  • 4-Way turret tool post
  • 1/2" Drill chuck with arbor
  • MT#3 chuck arbor
  • Two MT#3 dead centers
  • Set of change gears
  • 5" Backplate
  • Service tools

7 Customer Reviews (4.7 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Anonymous Reviewer
08/23/2019 8:40:33 PM

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Anonymous Reviewer
Awesome machine. 02/24/2019 9:35:03 PM

It's really nice!I've only had to upgrade 2 components:
1) A new vice that has v groves.
2) A quick change AXA wedge type tool post.
Some of my recommends are:
1) Run a separate circuit (we ran 30 amp 10 gauge).
2) Get a 1/2 Iron or 3/4" aluminum plate to mount this to (We ordered a 50" x 48" plate 3/4" aluminum plate and bolted it to 4x4 Cedar posts).

Anonymous Reviewer
Hawaiian delivery 07/29/2018 7:02:38 PM

Shipped all the way to Hawaii in perfect condition without a scratch and ahead of schedule. Item works perfectly. I will do more business with this reliable company in the future. Thanks!

Greg L
02/03/2018 4:16:51 AM

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Anonymous Reviewer
Good value 05/18/2017 9:07:54 PM

I am happy with my purchase. But it did come damaged. It was packed nice. But I think someone flipped it over...

Barry H
Good but not great 01/31/2017 12:03:09 PM

I said I would recommend the machine but only with certain reservations. If you need a lathe and a mill, you need two separate machines. If you are limited in funds or limited in space, this machine is a good compromise.

I found that the locking collar for the milling head does not hold the head in place sufficiently. The lathe works better than the mill, but neither is optimal. Set up time is excessive since it frequently happens that a project requires both the lathe and the mill.

The machine suffers from the same syndrome and the "Shopsmith" When you try to make one machine to two different things, you wind up doing neither thing well. Check Craigslist listings for Shopsmith. People are giving them away.

I think a good alternative is the 10 x 22 lathe and a separate bench mill. No reason to go anywhere but "Grizzly" for those machines.

KW Kidwell
Excellent first machine! 09/06/2016 6:18:32 PM

I owned mine for 4 years and never had an issue with it. It is powerful and accurate with many features. I did upgrade to a 3" milling vise and that was it. My only wish for it was I would have liked a steady rest to come with it. The reason I ended up selling it was my projects got larger and the spindle and chuck diameter are 7/8" and I needed one with a larger opening. Other than that, it never missed a beat and was a handy, versatile machine.