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Mini Lathe Tooling

1 Introduction
2 Quick-Change?
3 Turning
4 Drilling
5 Boring
6 Cut-Off
7 Turning Between Centers
8 Lathe Chucks
9 Knurling
10 Other Accessories
11 Starter & Spares Kits

Getting Started with Mini Lathe Tooling


You have purchased a mini lathe, brought it home and cleaned it up. You are ready to start cutting metal, but find that you didn't receive any cutting tools with the lathe. What else do you need to get started?

This document covers the following lathes:

  • Micro-Mark model 82500 MicroLux 7 x 12 Miniature Lathe
  • Micro-Mark model 82710 MicroLux 7 x 14 Heavy-Duty Lathe
  • Grizzly model G8688 7 x 12 Mini Lathe
  • Harbor Freight model 33684 7 x 10 Mini Lathe
  • Homier model 03911 Speedway 7 x 12 Metal Lathe

If you have a similar small lathe, you might not need the exact part numbers described in this document, but you will need the same type of tools.

We will discuss the tools you will need to perform different operations: turning, drilling, boring, and cutting off.


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