Turning in miniature is a pleasing hobby.
One can make glasses, cups, saucers, vases and columns for a doll house. In model trains, one can make lighting masts, windows, tanks. Limbs for marionettes and hundreds of classical miniature turning tasks may be carried out with ease. The electronic speed control assists in the lower range in a ‘semi-automated’ painting process.
Motor 230V. 100W. 50/60Hz. Centre distance of 250mm, 40mm swing. 25mm swing over support. Variable speed control covering between 1,000 and 5,000rpm. Headstock spindle bore of 10mm. Tailstock travel 20mm. Includes 6 collets (2 – 3 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 10mm), drive centre, live centre and face plate.
NO 27 020
Five piece HSS chisel set
A high quality set with the most frequently used turning tools: beading tool, gouges 3mm and 6.4mm, parting tool and scraper. Neatly packed in a wooden box.
NO 27 023
Drill chuck with sliding sleeve for the tailstock of the DB 250
Clamps up to 5mm. Is inserted on the spot of the rotat-ing back centre. The feed movement results from sliding the complete tailstock.
NO 27 028
Independent four jaw chuck for the DB 250. With individually adjustable jaws.
Used to clamp asymmetrical pieces such as rectangles. The reversible jaws clamp from 1.5 – 35mm (inside) and from 14 – 67mm (outside). The DB 250 headstock spindle of thread M16 x 1 screws directly into the chuck.
NO 27 024
Three jaw chuck for the lathe DB 250. Used for concentric clamping.
Made from steel and offering 1.5 to 32mm and 12 to 65mm when reversing the jaws. The chuck has a M16 x 1 thread for fitting directly to the DB 250 headstock spindle.
NO 27 026
- 10 Per Month
- 15-30 Days
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