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Mini Lathe Tooling

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

Boring

Boring is the action of enlarging an existing hole with a turning type tool. Because you are turning from the inside out, the boring tool is a different form from a regular turning tool.

As with other operations on the lathe, there are several different choices of tools that will do the job. Carbide tipped boring bars are an economical way to get started boring. They come in a set that provides boring bars for different diameters and different depths of hole. Indexable boring bars with carbide inserts are also available.

Boring Tool Options

Part
Number
Product Standard
Tool Post
Quick-Change
Tool Post

1700

Boring Bar Holder, 1/2"

X  

1247

Boring Bar Set, 1/2" Shank, Carbide

X  

2682

Boring Bar Set, 1/2" Shank, HSS

X X

1246

Boring Bar Set, 3/8" Shank, Carbide

  X

2683

Boring Bar Set, 3/8" Shank, HSS

  X

1780

Boring Bar, 1/2" Indexable

X  

1721

Boring Bar, 1/2" Indexable, HSS Triangle Inserts, A R Warner

X  

1779

Boring Bar, 3/8" Indexable

  X

1720

Boring Bar, 3/8" Indexable, HSS Triangle Inserts, A R Warner

  X

3116

Quick Change Boring Tool Holder, 0XA

  X

 

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