Record Power Coronet Herald Wood Turning Lathe
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The Coronet Herald Wood Turning Lathe is located in the Woodworking Workshop and is owned by one of the members Scott Window, who has provided it for use by the hackspace on an indefinite basis. The Wood Turning Lathe is a dangerous piece of equipment that should only be used by members who are inducted on it and are familiar with the tool and processes to use it safely.
The below information is provided as a quick reference guide and the instruction manual should always be consulted if unclear.
|Motor Output P1
|Refer to manual for definition of P1
|Motor Output P2
|Refer to manual for definition of P2
|Spindle speed adjustable but altering gear ratios
|Full Load Current
|Max Bowl Diameter
|Additional accessory required - Coming soon)
|Max. Between Centres
|Additional bed extension not currently purchased
|Max. swing over bed
|2 Morse Taper
|Legs are to be filled with Sand to add additional weight and stability
SC3 Geared Scroll Chuck Package with 87 mm (3 1/2") Faceplate, 1" x 8 TPI, M33 x 3.5 ISO
- Pin Jaws with 9mm bore
- Standard Jaws 35 mm (2”)
- Standard Jaws 50 mm (2”)
- Remounting Jaws up to 295mm bowl
- Glue-on bowl mounting plates with M33 nut
Emergency Stop Button
There is a Emergency Stop button on top of the motor controller to the left hand side of the lathe if you are standing at the front facing the lathe. By pressing this button the motor will be turned off and the spindle will slow to a stop. To reset the red "top hat" of the button must be rotated clockwise a short distance until the "top hat" springs up. If it does not rotate, then it is likely that the Emergency stop button has not been activated and the fault maybe elsewhere.
There is a Spindle Lock that is a mechanical stop that prevents the Spindle and your work rotating.