Tooling Package, G0768, 8x12, 8x14 Lathes
- 0XA QCTP Set with Mounting Kit for G0768, 8x12 and 8x14 Lathes
- 3/8" Indexable TCMT Inserts, P1X Cut-Off Blade
- 1/2" Drill Chuck, 2MT Standard to 33JT Drill Chuck Arbor
- 9-piece carbide Boring Bar Set - 3/8" shank
- Fits Grizzly G0768 lathe
The quick change tool post set (QCTP) includes the tool post, mounting hardware, and 5 tool holders. This set includes the tool post and the following tool holders:
2 - #1 Turning & Facing
1 - #2 Boring, Turning & Facing
1 - #4 Heavy Duty Boring will hold both 3/8 and 1/2 boring bars
1 - #7 Universal Parting Blade (for 1/2 inch cut-off blade - 4 degree)
The quick change tool post is a wedge-type made of all steel. No tools are required to change tools. Additional tool holders are available. This tool post mounts on the existing stud. On most 8x12 and 8x14 lathes you must reduce the height of the boss on the top of the compound.
The turning tool holders accept tools with 1/4" to 1/2" shank. The boring tool holder accepts boring bars with up to 3/8" round shanks. The cut-off tool holder holds 1/2" tall parting blades.
The 1/2" capacity drill chuck is mounted on a standard 2 Morse taper shank. The rated capacity of the drill chuck is 1 mm (0.039") to 13 mm (0.512").
The set of indexable turning tools includes 5 tools (TAR, TAL, TBR, TBL, TE), inserts, a wrench, and extra screws. It comes in a wooden case. The carbide inserts are TCMT21.51.
The carbide tipped 9-piece boring bar set includes three different length boring bars each for minimum bores of 5/16", 3/8", and 7/16". The bore depth ranges from 3/4" to 2-1/4". The heat treated, alloy steel shanks are held to 0.000 to -0.0005" from the nominal diameter.
The P1 parting blade is 1/16" x 1/2" x 4-1/2" and made from M2 HSS. These T-shape parting blades provide great side clearance.
This package includes 4 different sizes of combined drills and countersinks, commonly called center drills. The center drill set is high speed steel and includes sizes 1, 2, 3, and 4. These are 60 degree center drills. These are the sizes that are most used by bench top machinists.