Introducing the 150W Mini Beads Machine Lathe, a compact yet powerful tool designed specifically for the DIY enthusiasts. This miniature grinding and polishing machine is perfect for woodworking and drilling tasks.
1. Compact and portable, yet powerful – perfect for home DIY projects.
2. Comes with a stainless steel dustproof cover and a super convective cooling hole for efficient operation.
3. The welding line is neatly covered with a full heat shrinkable tube for safety.
4. Equipped with a 7-level power adapter, allowing you to easily adjust the rotating speed to suit different cutting speeds.
5. Built with a high-quality aluminum alloy base and a pure steel structure drill chuck for durability.
6. Features a super large torque ball bearing motor that can reach a maximum rotating speed of 7000RPM. This provides ultra-strong cutting power with minimal noise, making it suitable for home use.
Main Material: Aluminum alloy
Voltage Input: AC 230V 50/60Hz
Voltage Output: DC 12-24V
Rated Power: 150W
Rated Speed: 4000-7000RPM
Power: 7 level of adjustable speed
Max Processing Length: 145mm / 5.7in
Max Processing Diameter: 50mm / 2.0in
Chuck Clamping Range: 0.6-6.5mm / 0.02-0.26in
Swing Diameter: max 50mm / 2.0in
Grip Length: max 140mm / 5.51in
Matching Saw Blade Diameter: max 50mm / 2.0in
Machine Size: 345*60*80mm / 13.6* 2.36 * 3.15in
1 * Mini Lathe Beads Machine
1 * Speed Control Power Supply (12-24V)
1 * Fine Copper Carving Knife
1 * Thread Fixed Needle
3 * Beads Fixed Needle (1.5/2.0/2.5mm)
1 * Hex Shank Wrench
1 * Collet Wrench
1 * Metal Saw Table Top
1. If you’re new to using a lathe, start with a low speed and proceed slowly and carefully.
2. The speed can be adjusted between 4000-7000RPM. Do not exceed 5000RPM when cutting wood. Higher speeds can be used for grinding.
3. Ensure the drill chuck axis, the axis of the wood, and the tailstock center axis are aligned. If not, adjust the nut.
4. Reduce speed if not working on a cylinder.
5. The tailstock bearing should not be locked tight.
6. When using a knife, lock the bottom of the screw. The location should be 1-1.5cm away from the timber.
7. If you’re unsure about the operation, it’s best to consult a professional.