I bought one at an auction. The motor is behind the lathe with a guard over
Can I remove the guard, reposition the switch, and put the motor under the
It looks like it ought to work, but it would be nice to hear that someone
has done it. Thanks.
I used to.
The belt cover lasted about 5 minutes for me. I had both the lath and motor
bolted to the bench top. The top was the only thing holding them together. I
don't see why you could not mount it below.
As for the switch... isn't it a part of the headstock assembly? I don't see
any reason why you could not just run the motor through an alternative
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