Raitool™ Mini Lathe Beads Machine 80W DC 24V for Wood Working DIY Standard Set


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Raitool™ 80W DC 24V Mini Lathe Beads Machine Wood Working DIY Lathe Standard Set
Raitool™ Mini Lathe Beads Machine 80W DC 24V for Wood Working DIY Standard Set $82.99

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Description: Unleash your creativity with the 80W Mini Lathe Beads Machine Woodwork DIY Lathe Standard Set with Power DC 24V.

This compact woodworking lathe is a scaled-down version of larger lathes, offering the same functionality in a smaller package. It’s crafted from high-strength aluminum alloy materials, making it a perfect companion for DIY enthusiasts.

Brand: Raitool™
Material: Aluminum Alloy and Acrylic
Size: 355*87*70mm
Power: 80W
Voltage: DC 24V
Chuck clamping range: 0.6-6mm
Speed: 4000-8000 r / min, 7 grade speed
Theoretical maximum clamping length: 180mm
Theoretical maximum turning diameter: 70 mm
Adapter biggest saw blade diameter: 50 mm

– Constructed with a thick aluminum alloy plate.
– Full wire joints are wrapped in heat shrink tube.
– Equipped with a large torque ball bearing motor.
– Features a pure steel structure drill chuck.
– Compact in size, but delivers high precision and operates with low noise.
– Ideal for home DIY enthusiasts.
– Transparent organic glass dust cover with a strong convection hole for cooling.
– Suitable for drilling, cutting, polishing walnut, buddha beads, bodhi, jade, and more.
– The saw blade can also cut small wood, plastic, and thin materials.
– Solid aluminum alloy base and transparent acrylic plate dust cover provide good shock absorption.
– This mini polishing saw lathe machine makes an ideal gift for DIY woodworking makers.

Please note: This set does not include the acrylic covers. We appreciate your understanding.

Package Includes:
1X Graver
1X Buddha beads lathe
1X Standard power supply
1X Operation instruction
2X Hexagon wrenches

Important Information:
1. If you’re new to using a lathe, always operate at a low speed, slowly and cautiously.
2. The speed can be adjusted between 4000-8000R, but when cutting wood, do not exceed 4000.
3. The drill chuck axis, the axis of the wood, and the tailstock center axis of the drill should be in a straight line. If not, adjust the nut.
4. When using a knife, lock the bottom of the screw. The location should be 1-1.5cm away from the timber.
5. If you’re unsure about the operation, it’s best to consult a professional.