The Nova 1624 Lathe boasts the most power, versatility and features of any comparable mid-range lathe. Its swiveling headstock rotates a full 360°, and locks at any position for outboard turning of large items. The powerful 1.5 HP motor delivers 50% more power than comparable lathes, and features easy speed changes with a range of 215-3600 RPM. Solid cast iron components deliver rock solid performance and low vibration. The cam action levers make adjustments fast and easy, while the beefy rubber grips provide good ergonomics. All this fits into a compact workspace, yet is expandable to meet the needs of the largest projects. Includes cast iron and steel stand.Features:Quality materials-solid cast iron throughout.Incredible power in a compact working space, great for those who need all the workshop space they can get!Swivel head lets you position work where you want it for comfort and space efficiency.Head swivels 360° and locks at any position, with detents at 0°, 22°, 45° and 90°. High accuracy and easy swivel.Rugged 2MT spindles.Lathe accessories are common between Nova models, so your accessories can still be used if you choose to upgrade your Nova lathe in the future.Precision Machining.Quick-action cam controls adjust quickly and precisely to your requirements.Variable speed allows you to tailor the RPM to your specific project. An updated switch allows you to change your motor from forwared to reverse.
This tool combines all of the turner's most commonly used gauges into one efficient device. It includes a dovetail gauge, diameter gauge, center finder, dowel gauge, angle checker, dovetail marking tool, ruler, protractor and faceplate marking tool. With over 10 functions, you'll work faster and have less clutter around your lathe. Made from heavy-duty polycarbonate. Dovetail Gauge: A fast and easy way to create and check a dovetail recess. Perfect companion for your NOVA chuck.Diameter Gauge: Effortlessly determine the different diameter size of a workpiece. Ideal for cutting beads.Center Finder: Simple and accurate way of finding the center of your workpiece.Dowel Gauge: Doweling can turn dicey when the dowels don't measure up! This gauge helps.Bowl Chisel Gauge: Handy tool checks different angles for bowl chisels.Angle Checker: Checks cutting angles of chisels, knives, blades and scissors with eight commonly used angles.Also features a furniture dovetail marking tool, ruler, protractor and faceplate marking out tool.The only gauge available for Nova chuck jaw dovetail measurements.
Use the Nova Acruline 2MT Alignment System to bring the centers of your Nova lathe back into perfect alignment. This is especially useful on lathes with a pivoting headstock, which should be realigned when the headstock is moved back to the inline position. The #2 morse tapers fit most brands, but check the manual for your specific lathe to find the morse taper size. 2MT alignment tool is suitable for all lathes with a #2 morse taper tailstock.Precisely machined from high-grade steel.Fits all Nova lathes.
Robust, well-balanced hardware 3X the weight of competing cutters and a sharp 4" diameter stainless steel blade make this kit a must have for pizza lovers. Simply make your own creative handle (not included) to complete your cutter with personalized flair. Kit includes a 5/16" threaded insert to attach the handle and to remove it for dishwasher cleaning. A 7/16'' drill bit is required for soft woods or a 1/2'' drill bit for hardwoods. Patent pending. Also available in a chrome finish.See our complete line of Turning Stock to complete your project. Methods to consider for installing the threaded insert are:Use the pizza cutter/bottle opener mandrel (#43469 Sold Separately) and chuck in your drill press. Tighten the two nuts on the insert so it won't spin on the bolt. After the pilot hole is drilled in the stock, clamp your stock with a handscrew or a drill press vise and manually turn the drill press chuck to drive the insert into the stock. Safety Tip: MAKE SURE DRILL PRESS IS UNPLUGGED. The drill press will keep the insert square to the stock as it is threaded in. We also recommend using beeswax, screw lube, or even soap to lubricate the threads on the insert. This process can also be done on a lathe using a three jaw chuck in the tailstock to manually feed the insert into the stock. And finally, if you're using acrylics for your handle, we have found that heating the insert before installing it makes it go in like a hot knife in butter.