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The features you love on the 3520B lathe are now available in a smaller footprint. The PM2020 lathe is perfect for turners short on space, or projects where a short bed is convenient. Like its big brother, the PM2020 features a sliding headstock, electronic variable speed with low and high speed ranges, and the spindle lock. The enhanced features include a digital RPM readout, built in spindle indexing on the head stock, and a re-designed tailstock with internal storage, chrome trimmed handwheels, and a laser etched quill which is self-ejecting. Additional features include a two position mount for the optional bed extension, a sliding hammer knockout rod with brass tip, an attached tool caddy and a metal shelf for tool storage.
-Sliding headstock with electronic variable speed and digital RPM readout for accurate speed adjustments
-Spindle lock and built in spindle indexing on the headstock for drilling hole patterns, routing flutes, and other equally spaced features
-Set of dead centers which hold a spindle for visual comparison
-Redesigned tool rest geometry allows for better chisel movement along the tool rest
-Laser etched quill is self-ejecting.
-Brass tipped knockout bar concentrates the action in the sliding handle; the brass tip will not damage drive centers
-Attached tool caddy allows convenient access to centers, wrenches, etc.
-Tailstock has internal storage for additional accessories
-Chrome trimmed handwheels are ergonomic for a comfortable feel
-2HP TEFC Motor
-3" face plate and face plate wrench
-14" tool rest
-Multiple ball-bearing live center
-Brass tipped knockout rod
Swing Over Bed (In.)
Swing Over Tool Rest Base (In.)
Distance Between Centers (In.)
Full Length of Bed
Ram Travel Quill Travel
Spindle Threads (In. x TPI)
1-1/4 x 8
Outboard External Threads (In. x TPI)
High 125-3200/Low 50-1200
Number of Indexing Positions
Centerline of Spindle to Floor (In.)
Motor Power (HP)
Motor Voltage (V.)
VFD will accept 1 or 3 phase power
Motor Current (Amps)
Recommended Circuit Size (Amps.)