Turning Archive 2006

Subject:
Horrible Fright lathe

Bill Houghton, cold and rainy in Sebastopol, CA
>I think I already know the answer to this...a coworker is selling a Harbor Freight lathe that belonged to her husband - light duty, possibly an integral motor, made in China.

It wouldn't be my permanent lathe, but my current shop is very small, no room for a permanent lathe, and this would be temporary until I could get my old, heavy, Clausing-made Craftsman up and running.

Any experiences with the Harbor Freight lathes?

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