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If your work requires both horizontal and vertical milling in a small footprint, this is the machine for you! Simple conversion to horizontal and vertical milling operations means there's very little set-up time. The DC motor also provides variable spindle speeds for matching material, tooling, and finish. Heavy cast iron construction, dovetail ways, and three-axis control all combine to give you precision and versatility for any milling job.

Made in an ISO 9001 Factory


  • Easily converts for either vertical or horizontal milling
  • Dovetail ways for accuracy
  • 3-Axis table movement
  • Variable-speed spindle
  • Emergency stop button
  • Heavy-duty cast iron construction
  • Compact design mounts to workbench or stand
  • Made in an ISO 9001 factory


  • Motor: 1/2 HP, DC, 110V, single-phase
  • Spindle taper: R-8
  • T-slots: 3 @ 1.33" centers, 7/16" wide
  • Head tilt: 45° L/R
  • Max. distance spindle to table: 6-1/2"
  • Table travel (longitudinal): 11-7/8"
  • Table travel (cross): 3-11/16"
  • Table size: 4-3/4" x 18-1/8"
  • Range of speeds: Variable, 200–2000 RPM
  • Approximate shipping weight: 268 lbs.
  • Reviews

    2 Customer Reviews(4.5 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review

    Ross E
    02/16/2019 2:25:50 PM

    Exactly what I needed to machine small aluminum parts

    Anonymous Reviewer
    01/25/2019 2:39:19 PM

    This has been a good little mill so far. Everything works as it should and with careful adjustment can be made to mill precisely. The dials can be confusing until you get used to them because each has .0625" (or .3125" vertical) travel per revolution, so there's 62.5 hash marks around and you have to keep track mentally if you're working in thousandths but if you work in sixteenths or thirty seconds it's convenient. There's not a great amount of space between the quill and the table (6") but there's enough room for most hobby projects - a 3" vise is likely the most appropriate for this mill. With only a half horse power motor it can be stalled if you take big bites but it's not a commercial mill so I don't expect commercial cutting ability. I haven't used it in horizontal mode yet since I'm still waiting for my 5/8" bore side cutters to arrive and in the future I plan on buying an arbor for milling gears vertically with inexpensive metric involute cutters (or I may make some bushings to adapt the 22mm ID cutters to the 5/8" horizontal milling arbor and cut them horizontally). My current project includes several round items and since my lathe is down I've been mounting stock on 1/2" arbors and using the mill as a lathe to make them and it's worked so far with a little file work at the end to pretty up the finish. Flat cuts with endmills or flycutters across a surface leave a nice finish with no discernible difference between adjacent passes. The vertical jack screw extends below the base at the bottom of travel and I think I may be able to get a little more vertical travel by making a clearance hole in the mounting stand for the screw. The head support arm in vertical mode has travel well beyond the table travel and it looks like it's possible to mill bigger pieces than will fit on the table by moving the head outside of the part. So far, I'm happy that I bought this mill.