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Old 11-20-2008, 08:57 PM #1
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Default Mini metal lathes

Seeing the precision metal work that some of you guys do arund here has inspired me to buy a lathe *to mess around with. Way back in high school *I used to really enjoy turning metal rods into screwdrivers and such, not that I was any good at it. While I can't justify the cost of a full-up industrial lathe, I was wondering if any of you guys mess around with those mini lathes, and if so, what model you would recommend to get started. Thanks.


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I have this model and love it.
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=93212
It is well made and works well. *There is a website dedicated to these units and can give you complete details. *Here it is: *http://www.mini-lathe.com/
I turn all my heatsinks as well as build other small projects...lots of fun. *I also have the mini-mill machine but don't use it quite as much.

This one is a good deal and has a 50% longer bed. http://www.toolsnow.com/browse.cfm/4,876.htm
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This is the one I have, I am very happy with it.

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This is the one I have, I am very happy with it.

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=93212
HaHa I beat ya to it ;D ;D JK...it is a cool little machine. Everytime I use it I'm amazed at its quality and versatility for the price.
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Thanks guys, I'll look into the HF one.
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I've had mine for 3 years PLUS the mini vertical milling machine!!!

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I got a 15% off coupon you may want to use.
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Can I suggest you have a look on ebay? I managed to get a Sieg c6 with stand, shop soiled (customer return) for less than half list price........ I work on the princple that you can do small stuff on a big lathe but cannot do big stuff on a small lathe

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I have the Micro Mark version of the chinese mini lathe, It is very handy for the little metal projects I enjoy. Tooling, information and accessories abound on the net.

Check out littlemachineshop.com for a good introduction.
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I have an older version of the "Unimat". This lathe is generally even lighter-duty than than the others listed above. I use it mainly for deburring, and simple operation in plastics. It does however convert into a small milling-machine.
I do most of my machining on a "LeBlode" that weighs more than an SUV. Still the unimat is fun.
From what I have seen, the Harbor-Frieght tool is a pretty good value. The Monk's heatsinks are a testament to it's ability to make nice heastinks.
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Thanks Monk. I'll probably have to wait till after Christmas to buy this - 4 greedy teens who still believe in Santa Claus
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$400 for a lathe is a good price but if all I'm gonna make is MXDL heatsinks I don't think so. Lol!!! ;D
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[quote author=Xplorer877 link=1227218225/0#11 date=1227457021]$400 for a lathe is a good price but if all I'm gonna make is MXDL heatsinks I don't think so. Lol!!! ;D
I don't know..... you sell 20 custom heat sinks for $20.00 a piece....
and the Lathe is paid for.... : : :[/quote]

Heads-up- you will be buying more than a just the mini-lathe to make heatsinks, or about anything else. You need tooling and support-machines, how would you grind your cutting-tools without a grinder, or drill your set-screw holes without a mill, or at least a nice drill-press and vice. I have talked to many people who bought a lathe and were then surprised at how much they had to buy next to be able to do anything with it. The best-bet is maybe to buy a used set-up that comes with lots of tooling. Otherwise E-bay has some nice "mini-tooling" packages, these would help get you started.

The mini-machine are really cool sometimes though, I spent the other evening, machining in my kitchen on my little Unimat
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[quote author=lasersbee link=1227218225/0#12 date=1227457768][quote author=Xplorer877 link=1227218225/0#11 date=1227457021]$400 for a lathe is a good price but if all I'm gonna make is MXDL heatsinks I don't think so. Lol!!! ;D
I don't know..... you sell 20 custom heat sinks for $20.00 a piece....
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Heads-up- you will be buying more than a just the mini-lathe to make heatsinks, or about anything else. You need tooling and support-machines, how would you grind your cutting-tools without a grinder, or drill your set-screw holes without a mill, or at least a nice drill-press and vice. I have talked to many people who bought a lathe and were then surprised at how much they had to buy next to be able to do anything with it. The best-bet is maybe to buy a used set-up that comes with lots of tooling. Otherwise E-bay has some nice "mini-tooling" packages, these would help get you started.

The mini-machine are really cool sometimes though, I spent the other evening, machining in my kitchen on my little Unimat
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OK..... OK.... * :P *So... 50 custom made heat sinks to pay for the Lathe and other equipment...
and that doesn't include the aluminum stock.......... ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D *:P

The point is.... you can pay off your investment... by using your investment... *8-)

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I used to look for something that can be used as heatsink for the Dorcy host when ever I went to the hardware store, but no luck. :-/

Now I have the capability to turn any flashlight hosts into a Laser host. :P

I have a lot of fun watching the metal being cut and turning into difference shape. 8-)

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