- Our part# ALL-47126-FBA
- For use on lathes with up to 12" swing (defined as the diameter that can be turned over the bed)
- Includes No.1 Turning & Facing Holder (up to 1/2" tool capacity), 2 Boring Turning & Facing Holder (up to 1/2" tool capacity), No. 4 Heavy Duty Boring Holder (3/4" & 5/8" tool capacity), No. 7 Universal Parting Blade Holder (1/2" tool capacity)and No. 10 Knurling, Turning, & Facing Holder (up to 1/2" tool capacity)
- Precision-engineered to assure repetitive accuracy. Quickly and easily installed on an engine, bench, or turret lathe for a wide range of operations. Slash Your Setup Time- instant changing from one operation to another!
- Fully interchangeable with Aloris, Dorian, Phase II, Yuasa, and most other manufacturer components (AXA or 100 Series only)
Quick Change Tool Post Set, AXA
|Price:||$156.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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Top Customer Reviews
BUT the handle was mounted in the wrong place. To move the handle (loosen the holder), the handle is directly over the tool you want to remove. It will take me an hour or so to drill and mount a new handle, which is ok for me, but BS for a sold product.
When retracting the wedge via the worm gear via the turn bar, the mechanism as you would expect loosens to the point you can remove your tool holder, but if you then continue to loosen the wedge bar all the way to what should be the most loose position, you may find that the wedge actually begins to reverse or distort its retraction, which causes it to spread in the open direction again... do it too far and you can't actually remove your tool holder...
There is something wrong with the worm gear at least on the part I received. It's rather disappointing to have a flaw in what should be a flawless machine... But it is a flaw on the small side so i cant bash the part, nor did i return the item, seller would have took it back in a heartbeat.
The handle is in the way a little for the horizontal (to the ways) position. Especially tight for aftermarket holders. takes a little jiggling. but, holders do slide in
The knob is cheap but works.
finally the "china" on the post is way to big. I do not wish to be reminded of the coo evertime i look at the post.
The nut milled without issue. Defiantly oversized
Wedge tightens smoothly and confidently.
I havent had issues with the setscrews yet.
fast shipping also
I had to rethread the tool post to make it fit, but that's why I bought a lathe
This item is very sturdy, and once you get a height set on the tool holder, it stays there. The toolholders also have a "warped" washer of spring steel between the top and bottom nuts. The position of the bottom nut determines the height of the tool post holder. The washer allows you to finger tighten the top nut onto the bottom nut once the bottom nut is set, and have enough friction to hold their position, yet still allow you to turn them together for minor adjustments.
The one drawback is the piece of steel used for the T-slot on your lathe compound slide. It is quite large and thick to accommodate the varying lathes that it might be used on. However, for my South Bend Heavy 10, I would have had to do a lot of filing. What I did instead was to find two pieces of flat bar of different widths--the wider one would fit into the bottom of the slot, and the narrower above it. I then beveled their edges then welded them together. I drilled and tapped the center hole--which is actually an English thread size (9/16" IIRC) and pitch, not metric.
Some have commented that the set screws are too soft. I haven't found this to be the case, but it probably results from the excess variability of quality found in some import items.
I put it all together and it works like a champ!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought it for my boyfriend as a birthday present. He loves it and it fit his lathe perfectlyPublished 16 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Very good tool post set. Three years later still using it and loving it!!Published 6 days ago by Donald Phillips
A welcome replacement for the OEM tool post supplied with my lathe. Great productPublished 26 days ago by David Ronne
This is a very good product for the money. To buy an actual Aloris tool post set would cost you hundreds of dollars more. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ancient Mariner
Great for the price! if you have a different swing, and need to bring it down, or up you can make a riser of a different size to match your needs. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gideon B.
It's a good tool post, but at times it can be hard to get the holders to slide on it is getting better with use thought so maybe it just needs broke in, The release handle tends to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Will B.
Shipped fast, packaged well. Met my expectations
Perfect fit for my Atlas 12" swing lathe. You need to mill the provided T-slot blank to fit your application. Read more