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Jet 4224 Heavy Duty Woodturning Lathe


» Digital display of speeds
» Positionable on/off switch
» Stable cast iron machine frame
» 355mm tool rest
» 76mm face plate
» Live center
» Center point
» Tiltable chuck guard

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Model 4224
Motor power 3000W
Overall dimensions (mm) 1850 x 610 x 1240mm
Center distance 1065mm
Headstick/tailstock taper 2 MT
Rotation speed 0-3500 rpm
Spindle thread M33 x 3.5mm
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Heavy cast iron legs provide stability and minimise vibration
Adjustable feet guarantee safe, stable stand
Spindle provided with two large ball bearings (45mm)
Spindle speeds of 0-900rpm for high torque, 0-1965rpm for medium speeds and 0-3500rpm for high speeds.
The frequency converter facilitates infinite speed adjustments
Spindle stop for simple exchange of face plate and lathe chuck
The poly V-belt transmits full power from motor to spindle and can be adjusted in three positions
Digital speed display on pivoting headstock for quick reading of speed
Maximum torque during low speeds, allows large diameters to be turned. The frequency converter is provided with a
resistor break so that safe and quick stopping is possible
Main spindle with spindle support on both sides M 33x3.5

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