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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

Knurling

Knurling is the process of imparting a non-slip (usually crosshatch) pattern to the work piece. Knurling is sometimes done for decorative reasons, but usually done to provide a non-slip finish to a hand-operated knob or hand wheel.

Knurling Tool Options

Part
Number
Product

1911

Knurler, Large Capacity

3770

Knurler, Large Capacity with 6 sets of Knurls

1731

Knurls, Fine Diamond

1732

Knurls, Medium Diamond

1733

Knurls, Coarse Diamond

2972

Knurls, Fine Straight

2973

Knurls, Medium Straight

2974

Knurls, Coarse Straight

 

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