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Item #: G0722
Model # G0722
These benchtop mills have all the features you need to take on the most demanding projects. Start with the easy to use spindle speed control—just turn the dial to set your speed for optimum cuts and tool life. Tapping is also a breeze with the reversing switch control right in the handles. There are even digital displays for spindle speed, spindle height and head angle for excellent heads-up operation! And, don’t forget the dedicated headstock elevation motor—no more cranking here, just push a button to clear the tooling, change it out and push another button to drop it down to get back into the action! T23959 Optional Stand not included.


  • Power head elevation
  • Digital head tilt angle display
  • Head and table travel on dovetailed ways
  • Includes B16 drill chuck
  • Dovetail column
  • Digital spindle scale reads metric or inches, zero set, ON/OFF, graduated in 0.0005"
  • Digital display for spindle RPM
  • Reversing buttons on downfeed handles for tapping
  • Coolant trough
  • Front mounted fine-feed knob
  • Front mounted E-stop button
  • See-through chip guard
  • Made in an ISO 9001 factory


  • Motor: 2 HP, 230V, single-phase, universal
  • Power source: 110V
  • Spindle taper: R-8
  • Spindle travel: 3-5/16"
  • Swing: 22-3/4"
  • Max. distance spindle to table: 15-3/4"
  • T-Slots: 4 @ 2-1/8" centers, 9/16" wide
  • Table size: 9-1/2" x 32-1/4"
  • Table travel (longitudinal): 17-5/8"
  • Table travel (cross): 9-5/8"
  • Headstock travel: 13-1/8"
  • Headstock tilt: 90° L & 45° R
  • Drilling capacity: 1-1/8"
  • Quill diameter: 2.56"
  • Variable speed: 100–1600 RPM
  • Approximate shipping weight: 768 lbs.
  • Reviews

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

    Anonymous Reviewer
    08/18/2018 6:09:17 PM

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    Great Milling Machine for home use 02/08/2016 3:14:26 PM

    For a bench-top milling machine I really do like this machine. I have had this machine for several years now and it has performed flawlessly and done everything I have asked it to do and it gets used all the time. I build miniature engines and do light gunsmith work. The X axis power feed works OK as long as I keep everything lubricated and it doesn't get to cold in the garage. I added a DroPro EL700 magnetic 4 axis DRO and removed the and removed the spindle readout the machine came with and installed my own fourth axis magnetic scale in it's place then i can combine the Z and spindle into one readout (3 axis) but can go back 4 axis depending on my job.

    I just recently purchased the spindle brake and it was another great update for this machine and helps speed up tool changes. I would highly recommend this mill to anyone who is looking for an entry-level mill or someone that does a lot of work on a regular basis. I will say that if you are a home shop make sure you have a way to unload and move it around it's not a light machine and could be hard to set up without an over head crane on high-lift hydraulic motor lift of some kind.

    This machine has nice size table and plenty of travel on both the X and Y axis and nice distance between the table and quill that allows easy asses to change out tooling with out removing work from the table or machine vise. I started my home machine shop with a 3900 HiTorque bench top Mini Mill with power feed X axis it's a nice machine but wasn't big enough for the work that I have been doing plus I have a 1939 Southbend shop lathe that works great but also just a little small for the work i'm doing and will be my next upgrade.