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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

Cut-Off

Cutting a work piece off of the parent bar of material is a basic lathe operation. Most cut-off tools are too large for the mini lathe. Many of the cut-off tool options are adaptations of larger cut-off blades to the mini lathe.

Cut-off blades are a narrow, but tall cutting tool. The ones used on the mini lathe are usually 1/2" tall, as this is the smallest commercial size. They come in various widths of 5/64" wide (P1X), 1/16" wide (P1), and 0.040" wide (P1N).

Cut-Off Tool Options

Part
Number
Product Standard
Tool Post
Quick-Change
Tool Post

1551

Cut-Off Tool Holder

X  

1929

Cut-Off Blade, P1

X X

1728

Cut-Off Blade, P1, M2 HSS

X X

1930

Cut-Off Blade, P1N

X X

1729

Cut-Off Blade, P1N, M2 HSS

X X

1552

Cut-Off Blade, P1X

X X

3117

Quick Change Cut-Off Tool Holder, 0XA

  X

 

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