Standard equipment for the model 4000 (4100 metric) lathe includes a powerful 90 VDC motor with electronic speed controller, a 2.75" (70mm) x 6.0" (152mm) crosslide, 15" (381mm) steel bed to allow 8" (203mm) between centers, standard 1-5/8" (41mm) laser engraved aluminum handwheels, pulleys, belt, faceplate, lathe dog, two dead centers, three hexagonal keys, tool post, sharpened high-speed steel cutting tool, eight foot three-wire power cord, and instruction booklet.
This lathe can turn a part up to 3.5” in diameter over the bed or up to 1.88” over the carriage without riser blocks. With an optional riser block, parts up to 6” in diameter can be turned over the bed. The lathe has 8” of space between centers. The electronic speed control allows continuously variable speed control from 70 to 2800 RPM without belt changes. There is a second pulley position available that offers extra torque at low RPM if needed. This lathe is a good choice for clockmakers, modelers, or those who will be working on small parts. It is also the most compact lathe we make and is easily used where space is at a premium and can be stored on a closet shelf.
Available in your choice of inch or metric handwheel graduations.
Swing Over Bed: 3.50″ (90 mm)
Swing Over Carriage: 1.75″ (45 mm)
Distance Between Centers: 8.00″ (200 mm)
Hole Through Spindle: .405″ (10 mm)
Spindle Nose Thread: 3/4″-16 T.P.I.
Spindle Nose Taper: #1 Morse
Travel of Crosslide: 4.25″ (110 mm)
Tailstock Spindle Taper: #0 Morse
Protractor Graduations: 0° to 45° by 5°
Handwheel Graduations: .001″ (.01 mm)
Length Overall: 23.5″ (597 mm)
Width Overall: 10.5″ (267 mm)
Height Overall: 8.5″ (216 mm)
Shipping Weight: 24 lb. (10.9 kg
Motor: 90 volt DC with electronic speed control that accepts any incoming current from 100VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz or 60 Hz. Click here for motor specifications
Spindle Speed Range: 70-2800 RPM continuously variable by electronic speed control
Other ordering options:
Similar to the XYZ bases for our mills, you can now order the lathe without the headstock, motor, or speed control. Please see the selections in the drop down menu above.
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