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5/13/2013

Variable-Speed Lathe Features Digital Display

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Grizzly Industrial’s 10" × 22" G0752 lathe features an electronic variable-speed spindle control with a digital display that enables speed changes while the lathe is running.

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Grizzly Industrial’s 10" × 22" G0752 lathe features an electronic variable-speed spindle control with a digital display that enables speed changes while the lathe is running. The lathe is capable of cutting threads with inch pitches from 8 to 72 threads per inch and metric pitches from 0.25 to 3.5 mm. Spindle speed ranges from 100 to 2,000 rpm. A 5" three-jaw chuck features two sets of jaws, while a 6 1/2" four-jaw chuck features reversible jaws. The lathe is equipped with an 8" faceplate, steady rest with 1/4" to 2" capacity, follow rest with 1/4" to 2" capacity, four-way toolpost and MT #3 dead center. Additional features include a hardened and ground V-way bed, oil-bath gearbox, chip tray, and backsplash.

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