|Item Weight||71 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||27 x 14.3 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||M1015|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Spindle speed: 100-2000 RPM, Spindle taper: MT #2, Tailstock taper: MT #1|
|Warranty Description||24 months limited parts / No labor|
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Shop Fox Micro Lathe
Built to Last
The Shop Fox M1015 has been specially designed to provide many years of trouble free service. Close attention to detail, ruggedly built parts and a rigid quality control program assure safe and reliable operation.
- 2-Year Warranty
Shop Fox M1015 Micro Lathe
6-inch x 10-inch
This Model M1015 Mini-Lathe is a perfect lathe for someone who wants a durable and well-designed machine that can fit in a small location. This Mini-Lathe gives model makers, toolmakers, gun hobbyists, and the weekend machinist a way to economically produce small precision parts, threaded parts, fittings, and dies.
- Made in an ISO 9001 factory.
- Overall dimensions: 27-3/4" L x 11-1/2" W x 12" H
- Approximate shipping weight: 78 lbs.
Convenient Control Panel
The M1015 control panel conveniently located for easy access contains a variety of functions for lathe operation. Functions such as the rotation selector knob, speed dial and clutch knob allow for a variety of adjustments to accommodate your turning needs.
Auto and Manual Feed
The M1015 features a manual feed handwheel which moves the carriage left or right along the bed. This control is helpful when setting up the machine for turning or when manual movement is desired during turning operations. Easily engage and disengage the feed from automatic to manual feed with the feed clutch.
This lathe has the ability to cut threads of 16, 18, 19, 20, and 24 threads per inch. Included is a gear ratio threading chart to help you determine which gears to use to acquire your desired threads per inch.
- Swing over bed: 6"
- Distance between centers: 10"
- Swing over cross slide: 4-1/8"
- Swing over saddle: 5"
- Cross slide travel: 2-3/8"
- Carriage travel: 10"
- Spindle Speeds: variable speed, 100-2000 RPM
- Spindle bore: 3/8"
- Spindle taper: MT #2
- Motor: 1/5 HP, 110V, single-phase, 1.2A
- Bed width: 3-1/4"
- Tailstock barrel taper: MT #1
- Tailstock barrel travel: 2"
- Leadscrew: 16 TPI
- Thread range (inch): 5 at 16-24 TPI
- Maximum tool size: 3/8" x 3/8"
Created for the mini machine enthusiast, the M1015 has all the features and precision you demand for small scale turning. In fact, it's the perfect machine for scale model building. It includes a 3-inch three jaw chuck and thread gears, and a full selection of optional accessories is also available for a wide variety of setups.
The M1015 lathe has two available feed rates which move the apron 0.002 inch and 0.004 inch per each revolution of the workpiece, these precision adjustments allow for accurate cuts and efficient turning.
- 3" 3-jaw chuck with internal and external jaws
- 4 hex wrenches
- Double-ended wrench
- Socket head wrench
- MT #1 dead center
- Oil cup
- Chuck key fuse
- Two T-nuts
- Thread cutting gears
Top Customer Reviews
The Lathe arrived boxed in a thin wooden crate 10 days later via UPS. The crate was damaged, it had been dropped and had a huge hole underneath, My wife signed for it and never noticed the damage, so I unpacked it and found the lathe was remarkably undamaged apart from a broken cord that I repaired.
I had looked at the Harbor freight lathes and they looked "cheap" this one looked a little better but not much. I started using the lathe and it works fine for me, It is small! a bit too small really but it works. The side casing enclosing the gearbox is not alloy as I had thought but cheap plastic, the warning stickers are already coming off, as are the decals showing the switch settings. I really miss the compound cross slide feature that comes with the other lathes, guess I`ll just have to buy one as an extra part. Using the lathe you soon run out of feed on the tail stock and cross slide, you have to keep re-setting the tool post every time you want to change a tool. The lathe really needs to come with some "extras" to make it worth while, I had to go out and buy a chuck,live center, and cutting tools to get up and running.I took plenty of photos and some video of my setup, you will need to make a box to raise the lathe up to a good working height, otherwise your back will start aching!. Overall its OK, but honestly, buy a bigger one, and one that has a compound cross slide and no plastic parts. I will keep this lathe as it does what I needed it for, but for anything else bigger it will struggle. My advise if you need a tool for one purpose like me its OK, if you plan on doing other jobs...get a bigger lathe.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great investment. just started a key duplicating shop and it sells really good. perfect!Published 5 months ago by tasha papenfuss
I bought this when I started a small business outside my home. great investment! haven't repaired it even once considering that I use it everyday.Published 7 months ago by Michelle Larson