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Learn more about products sold by LittleMachineShop.com.

We offer an array of quick change tool posts for small lathes. You can choose from a range of sizes. This page will help you choose the correct quick change tool post set for your lathe.

Need help choosing the correct tap? Try this quick guide: Choosing the Correct Tap.

Learn about using collets with your mini lathe or bench lathe. What kinds of collets you can use, their strengths and weaknesses. See our recomendations.

Here are data sheets for the machines we sell.

At LittleMachineShop.com, we carry several complete DRO kits. This pages provides a comparison.

This page shows the size and clamping range of the various size ER collets that we carry.

A catalog that shows all the Fox Chapel Home Machinist Series books that we carry.

There are several distinctive features of SIEG mini lathes that can be used to quickly identify them.

This page shows the inserts that are available for the various tools that we sell.

This page provides lathe chuck capacities and mounting dimensions.

Learn about what lathe chucks you can use on your mini lathe.

This chart compares the specifications of the major brands of the mini lathe.

This chart compares the specifications of the major brands of the mini mill.

Brief resource highlighting the difference between the SIEG Mini Lathe and the HiTorque Mini Lathe or between the SIEG Mini Mill and the HiTorque Mini Mill motors (drive systems).

We offer an array of quick change tool posts for small lathes. Use this page to help choose the one that is right for your lathe.

We sell two quality levels of rotary tables. Use this page to determine which one meets your requirements.

Get the best, most efficient performance from your band saw with the proper band saw blade. The information on this page will give you the best blade recommendation in most cases.

There are several different styles of vise you can choose to use on your bench top mill. This page shows the strengths of each type of vise.

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