Miniature 150W Mini Lathe Beads Machine for DIY Woodworking, Grinding, Polishing, and Rotary Drill Tool


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Miniature 150W Mini Lathe Beads Machine for DIY Woodworking, Grinding, Polishing, and Rotary Drill Tool $55.90

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Introducing the 150W Mini Lathe Beads Machine, a must-have for all woodworking enthusiasts. This compact yet powerful tool is made entirely of steel, ensuring durability and longevity. Its vibrant blue color adds a touch of style to your workspace.

The machine operates on an AC 230V 50/60Hz input and provides a DC 12-24V output. With a rated power of 150W, it offers a speed range of 4000-7000RPM, adjustable across seven levels to suit your specific needs.

The Mini Lathe Beads Machine can process materials up to 145mm (5.7in) in length and 50mm (2.0in) in diameter. Its chuck clamping range is 0.6-6.5mm (0.02-0.26in), and it can accommodate a saw blade diameter of up to 50mm (2.0in). The machine itself measures 345*60*80mm (13.6* 2.36 * 3.15in).

This machine is designed with a shield and super convection cooling holes for efficient heat dissipation. It features a high-quality, all-steel thick material board and full shrink tube joints bonding wire wrap. The ultra-precision drill chuck is made of pure steel for more precise operation.

The Mini Lathe Beads Machine is powered by a super large torque 150w bearing motor, capable of reaching a maximum rotating speed of 7000RPM.

The package includes the Mini Lathe Beads Machine and a Speed Control Power Supply (12-24V).

Please note that if you are new to using a lathe, it is recommended to start at a low speed and proceed slowly and cautiously. The speed can be adjusted between 4000-7000RPM, but when cutting wood, it should not exceed 5000RPM. For grinding, a higher speed can be used. Always ensure that the drill chuck axis, the axis of the wood, and the tailstock center axis of the drill are in a straight line. If you are not working on a cylinder, reduce the speed. The tailstock bearing should not be locked tight. When using a knife, lock the bottom of the screw, ensuring it is 1-1.5cm away from the timber. If you are unsure about any operation, it is best to consult a professional.