Stand for Jet JWL-1015 and JWL-1015VS LathesThe stand features extra-wide feet for excellent stability, and includes a convenient storage basket that keeps your turning tools and accessories close at hand. Sturdy steel construction.Lathe stand features extra-wide feet for stability.Storage basket is ideal for storing turning tools and accessories.Sturdy steel construction.Jet JWL-1015 10'' x 15'' Wood LatheWhether for the novice woodturner searching for an affordable, user-friendly starter lathe, or the advanced turner adding a mini-lathe to their lineup, the new JET 1015 makes an ideal choice. With 15-1/2" between centers, and a 10" swing over the bed, this sturdy, smooth-running 15" mini-lathe has the power, precision and versatility to turn both small bowls and spindles with ease. The lathe is available in either the standard version, with six fixed spindle speeds, or in the variable speed version, with three adjustable speed ranges. When you're ready to turn your ideas into reality, the Jet 1015 mini lathe is a great place to start.Features:Six spindle speeds: 500, 840, 1240, 1800, 2630 and 3975 RPM.Integrated 24 position indexing.Improved tensioning system with easier access to belts.Wider bed ways provide increased rigidity.Live center in the tailstock.Cast iron bed construction.Specifications:Motor type: Single phaseHorsepower: 1/2 HPVoltage: 115vRecommended circuit size: 10 ampsPrewired voltage: 115vMotor current: 5 ampsNumber of spindle speeds: 6Spindle speeds: 500, 840, 1240, 1800, 2630 and 3975 RPMNumber of indexing positions: 24Distance between centers: 15-1/2"Swing over tool rest base: 7-5/16"Swing over bed: 10"Spindle thread: 1"-8TPISpindle bore: 3/8"Taper in tailstock spindle: MT2Tailstock spindle travel: 2"Quill travel: 2"Quill taper: MT2Length: 26"Width: 7"Height: 14"
Faceplates have always been regarded as a safe and secure holding method for large turnings such as bowls and platters. The only drawback is that they are a slower mounting method when compared to scroll action chucks. Now, however, you can have the best of both worlds! Nova Faceplate Rings offer the same secure holding power of a faceplate, but you can hold them with your Nova scroll chuck for the ultimate in speed and convenience. Simply screw the faceplate ring to your turning blank, then secure the ring in your chuck. The faceplate rings are available in three sizes for a wide range of workpiece sizes. The size of your faceplate ring should match the size of the jaws on your Nova chuck.Faceplate Rings fit directly into your Teknatool Chuck (matching size of jaws must be mounted on the chuck).No need to remove the chuck from your lathe as you would with traditional faceplate mounting.Fast mounting method for bowl blanks.Best alternative to Woodworm screw mounting, which is only recommended for smaller bowls.Can also be used for moderate off-center multi-axis turning.Faceplate mounting is a strong mounting method, even with irregular sized wood and rough cut surfaces.Specifications:50mm (2") faceplate ring fits 50mm jaws. Faceplate diameter is 3".100mm (4") faceplate ring fits 100mm jaws. Faceplate diameter is 5".130mm (5") faceplate ring fits 130mm jaws, Faceplate diameter is 6-1/4".
This plan is your guide to making a simple, functional and beautiful table. The design is modeled after the original farm table at which Julia Child and her husband Paul ate most of their meals. It is now on display at the Smithsonian where it so fascinated Mario Rodriguez that he created this plan for reproducing a similar version. Dispensing with typical leg-to-apron joinery, the table has shouldered brindle joints that lock the legs to a pair of long aprons to eliminate racking. Three dovetailed cross rails link the apron, along with the H-stretcher system, to make it rock solid. Follow this detailed plan to complete all the steps for turning the legs on a lathe, cutting the stopped dovetail sockets in the aprons, fitting the stretchers, assembling the undercarriage, and applying the final finish. Printed Plan Includes: Extensive full-size and scale drawingsComplete cutlistStep-by-step companion article