|Item Weight||682 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||55 x 27 x 31 inches|
|Item model number||1352001|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Powermatic 1352001 Model 3520B 20x35-Inch Wood Lathe with RPM Digital Readout
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- Wood turning lathe with digital RPM readout, 20-inch swing, and 34-1/2-inches between center
- Powered by a 2-horsepower, 220-volt, variable speed motor
- Made of heavy-duty cast iron, Assembly required
- Accessories-include guard, tool rest, face plate, wrench, knockout rod and spindle lock
- 50x24x44-inches; Backed by 1-year warranty
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1352001 Features: -Lathe.-3520B. Assembly Instructions: -Assembly required. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 31'' H x 27'' W x 55'' D.
The Powermatic 3520B Woodworking Lathe retains all the features of classic Powermatic lathes--including a sliding headstock, electronic variable-speed control, and a spindle lock--plus some great innovations. To name just a few, a digital RPM readout makes it a snap to keep track of your speed, a redesigned tailstock offers internal storage, and a laser etched quill conveniently self ejects. With the 3520B, you'll get classic reliability and advanced technology--the best of both worlds to help you handle your most important jobs.
Controls and belt access are conveniently located on the front of the headstock.
The standard comparator mounts make turning sets of duplicate projects easy.
With wide-ranging capabilities, the Powermatic 3520B is ideal for both novice users and seasoned veterans. Incredibly adaptable, the Powermatic 3520B features a 20-inch swing and 34-1/2 inches between the centers to accommodate a huge range of project sizes.
For additional versatility, the included pin can be screwed into the spindle housing to provide up to 24 indexing positions for drilling hole patterns or routing flutes and other equally spaced decorative finishes.
Powerful Motor for High Torque
Driven by a two-horsepower, 220-volt, 6.2-amp, TEFC (totally enclosed fan-cooled) motor, the Powermatic 3520B offers plenty of muscle to get the job done. And because it's equipped with an inverter, the motor can operate with either a single-phase or three-phase input. The motor itself is three phase and receives a single-phase current from the inverter for high torque at low-end, maintenance-free operation.
And to help all that torque efficiently make its way to your workpiece, the motor delivers power through a pair of two-range, multi-groove pulleys that are connected by a durable poly V-belt to prevent surging.
Durable and Resistant to Vibration
Built with precisely machined, thick-walled iron castings, this 682-pound lathe is rigid and stable. It is exceptionally solid and effectively resists vibrations caused by out-of-balance workpieces--so you won't have to worry about bulky sandbags or weights.
Cleverly Designed Headstock for Easy Adjustments
A sliding headstock with electronic variable speed and digital RPM readout provides accurate speed adjustment. What's more, a spindle locking mechanism in the form of a spring-loaded button on the front of the headstock engages one of two locking detents (180-degrees apart) for installing and removing accessories that screw onto the 1-1/4-inch by 8 spindle threads.
Tailstock Includes Built-In Storage
To support large workpieces, the tailstock is made from heavy iron casting. For convenience, a compartment--complete with hinged access door--is built into the tailstock casting to store small often-used tools and equipment. For additional storage options, there's even an attached tool caddy for quick access to centers, wrenches, and more. To top it off, ergonomic chrome-tipped handwheels ensure a comfortable feel, and an optional dust assembly can travel with the toolrest to help maintain proper visibility of your workpiece.
The Powermatic 3520B is backed by a five-year warranty.
What's in the Box
One lathe bed with headstock, tailstock, and tool support base; two leg assemblies; one guard; one 14-inch tool support; one 13-inch face plate; one live center; a one-inch spur center; one index pin; one live center pin; one knockout rod; one face plate wrench; one tool caddy; four levelers; 12 socket hd.cap screws; 12 lock washers; 10 flat washers; two comparator centers; one comparator rear bracket with lock handle; owner's manual; and warranty card.
Based on precisely machined, thick-walled iron castings,
the Powermatic 3520B Lathe is both rigid and stable.
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm a better woodturner when I use this real machine.
They could have added a remote switch. Turning this lathe off and on it a bit of a nuisance. I quit using the red button and now just turn the speed to zero when I want to stop.
Kind of short though. I have since bought the 18 inch extension.
OK, so there are some issues. :)
The 3520B is a well made, sturdy, and functional machine. The 200V variable speed motor is quiet and smooth. Adjustment between high and low range is a fast and simple process. The substantial headstock and bearings, along with its significant weight, allow the turner to mount large pieces, and the variable speed motor eliminates vibration with an out of balance piece of wood. The headstock and tailstock slide easily along the bed and lock down firmly.
This is my third lathe. While I considered the Oneway, I chose the Powermatic because the headstock slides, allowing me to turn hollow forms at the end of the bed rather than having to lean over it, saving my rotator cuff. I also considered the American Beauty by Robust but the Powermatic's features compared very nicely to the AB and the cost is about $3000 less. That cost difference leaves a lot of room for new tools! My only complaint is the fixed height of the lathe but this was easily remedied with the construction of two platforms.