Grizzly G0602 - 10" x 22" Bench Top Metal Lathe
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- Swing over bed: 9-1/2"
- Swing over cross slide: 6-1/8"
- Distance between centers: 22"
- Spindle bore: 1" (25mm)
- Spindle thread: 1-3/4" x 8 TPI
- Spindle taper: MT #4
- Motor: 1 HP, 110V, single-phase, 13.6A
- Number of speeds: 6
- Speed range: 150, 300, 560, 720, 1200, 2400 RPM
- Leadscrew: 3/4"–12 TPI
- Compound travel: 3-1/2"
- Cross slide travel: 6-1/2"
- Carriage travel: 18-1/2"
- Maximum tool size: 1/2"
- Tailstock quill travel: 2-1/2"
- Tailstock taper: MT#3
- Number of longitudinal feeds: 9
- Range of longitudinal feeds: 0.0023–0.013 IPR
- Number of inch threads: 33
- Range of inch threads: 8–72 TPI
- Number of metric threads: 26
- Range of metric threads: 0.25–3.5mm
- Overall dimensions: 46" L x 22" W x 16-5/8" H
- Approximate shipping weight: 432 lbs.
- 5" 3-Jaw chuck with two sets of jaws
- 6-1/2" 4-Jaw chuck with reversible jaws
- 8" Faceplate
- Steady rest with 1/4"–2" capacity
- Follow rest with 1/4"–2" capacity
- MT #3 dead center
- 4-Way tool post
- Chip tray and backsplash
- Hardened & ground V-way bed
- Oil-bath gearbox
- Toolbox with service tools
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8 Customer Reviews (4.8 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review
I have had a great time with my little lathe. It has cut everything I have tried to without a problem. I will be converting it to CNC very soon. I would recommend this lathe to any home machinist.
This lathe works well for me. It has done everything I have asked it to do without complaint. My only complaint is, the section on threading in the manual left out two important steps. One is, to remove the spacer on the end of the lead screw, install the proper gear, and place the spacer on the shaft along with the cap screw, and washer. Two is, using a ten MM wrench loosen the center gear shaft on the lash adjuster and slide it to mesh with the gear on the lead screw. Then move the lash adjuster to mesh with the proper gear at the top, and tighten both the adjuster, and the center shaft. It took me awhile to figure this out, so I hope it saves some confusion for others.
I am not an expert with wood lathes, but I wanted something inexpensive that worked. It seems to be all I needed and you can't beat the price. BTW, I ordered the bed extension for it, but it was on back order and I am still waiting for it.\r\n
I've had this lathe now for a month, and it is my first lathe. It is put together well and runs very smoothly, and I have been able to accurately do all operations on steel - turning (with chucks and between centers), boring, threading, drilling, turning tapers. The size of the machine is small enough to make swapping spindle accessories by hand easy, but it is large enough to make many useful parts.\r\nWhen I took delivery, I spent some time to disassemble, clean, and oil the slides, and tighten the gibs. Also, I deburred the exposed razor sharp edges, and cleaned and greased the change gears. The useful quill travel is short (about 2 1/4"), and a standard drill chuck arbor will limit travel even further, so I cut the end off of the drill chuck arbor to regain the full useful travel.\r\nOverall, this machine is built to last, and is a joy to use. Given the price, it is an incredible value!
Excellent machine. Stiff, tight, accurate and includes a nice set of accessories. This machine has outpreformed my expectations, easly holds +/-0.001 and with a little care I've been able to hold +/-0.0005.
Excellent customer service.
I have owned and heavily used this lathe for about ten years. It is still nice and tight. I spent a lot of money on tooling and attachments which was no surprise.
It seems to have plenty of power. It is fairly precise and probably could be more precise if I were a better machinist. I have done model making, gunsmithing, parts making for equipment repair and probably much more that I can't think of.
The lathe is big enough for me but if I had a bigger shop, I would move to a larger machine.
This lathe along with a 2 horse bench-top mill replaced a Grizzly lathe mill drill. That machine was a disappointment. Too many compromises.
I Believe as always with Grizzly Tools That this tool is great. I will be honest it is still sitting in the garage unused as of now but it all looks like it's going to work perfect. J.D.S. Don't forget to buy transmission oil you will need it to get started.