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General Internation Mini-lathe Duplicator Pierre SD

The duplicator fits most 6”-14” benchtop or mini lathes that have cast bedways. It duplicates from either an original sample spindle having a maximum diameter of 3” or a user made template having a maximum width of 2”.

The Home Depot
(605)361-7439
2523 S Louise Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
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Mon-Sat: 6:00am-9:00pm
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LOWE'S OF RAPID CITY, SD
605 341-4815
2550 HAINES AVENUE RAPID CITY, SD, 57701
Rapid City, SD
 
Twin City Hardware
(605) 578-3782
399 Cliff Street
Deadwood, SD
 
Brookings Rent-All
(605) 697-5544
803 Main Avenue South
Brookings, SD
 
Nyberg's Ace
(605) 336-6507
2500 W 12th St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Britton Lumber & Home Center
(605) 448-5282
767 Vander Horck
Britton, SD
 
Carhart Lumber Co
(605) 368-9008
46979 Monty Street
Tea, SD
 
Heisler Ace Hardware
(605) 642-2811
535 N Main St
Spearfish, SD
 
Robson True Value Hardware
(605) 338-2361
2322 W 12th St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Fullerton Lumber Co 812
(605) 624-2655
113 West Main St.
Vermillion, SD
 

General Internation Mini-lathe Duplicator

Tool News - General Internation Mini-lathe Duplicator

General International just released a new mini-lathe duplicator, useful for replicating parts or duplicating spindles. With a maximum duplicating length of 17 7/8” the 25-024 from General International is designed specifically to fit mini style lathes or lathes with shorter bedways. It features a high speed steel cutter, cast mounting brackets, a sturdy extruded aluminum frame and carriage and a smooth hand wheel controlled chain drive system. The duplicator fits most 6”-14” benchtop or mini lathes that have cast bedways. It duplicates from either an original sample spindle having a maximum diameter of 3” or a user made template having a maximum width of 2”. The maximum duplicating diameter is 7” – depending on the capacity of the lathe – with a total maximum duplicating depth of cut of 3” and a maximum depth of cut per pass of 1/8&rdquo.


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