Sherline 4410 Lathe 3.5" with 17" Bed (Metric)

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Sherline Lathe 4410 Sherline Model 4410 Deluxe 3.5" x 17" Lathe-

If you are interested in a lathe with more distance between centers, the model 4400 (metric 4410) lathe is available. Several upgrades are also included. Standard equipment is the same as on the model 4000. In addition, the model 4400 lathe has a 24" (610mm) bed that has 17" (431mm) between centers, a 2.5" (63mm) resettable “zero” handwheel on the leadscrew, two 2" (51mm) resettable “zero” handwheels on the crosslide and feed screw and a rocker tool post (P/N 3057) substituted for the standard tool post used on the shortbed lathes. The electronic speed control allows continuously variable speed control from 70 to 2800 RPM without belt changes. There is a second pulley position available that offers extra torque at low RPM if needed.
Standard equipment for the basic model 4400 (metric 4410)
  • 24" bed that has 17" between centers
  • 2.5" resettable “zero” handwheel on the leadscrew
  • Two 2" resettable “zero” handwheels on the crosslide and feed screw
  • A powerful 90 VDC motor with electronic speed controller
  • 2.75" x 6.0" crosslide
  • 3057 Rocker Tool Post
  • Electronic speed control allows continuously variable speed control from 70 to 2800 RPM without belt changes.
  • A second pulley position available that offers extra torque at low RPM if needed
  • Belt
  • Faceplate
  • Lathe dog
  • Two dead centers
  • Three hexagonal keys
  • Tool post
  • Sharpened high-speed steel cutting tool
  • Eight-foot, three-wire power cord
  • Instruction booklet.
    Many machinists find that the extra space between centers comes in handy when working with a part held in a chuck and a larger tailstock chuck with a long drill bit in place. The combination of chucks, part and drill can eat up a lot of the available center-to-center distance, and a little extra capacity is often appreciated. This lathe offers the same diameter turning capacities as the shorter lathe and same powerful motor/speed control. The differences are both the extra 9” of center distance and the addition of extras like the adjustable zero handwheels and rocker toolpost, making this lathe a good value for the extra cost.
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