The Powermatic® 3520B is the third evolution of the time honored lathe with many new and improved features. The 3520B retained all the features of the prior models such as the 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. The toolrest assembly also has improved locking on a new profile tool rest which can accommodate an optional dust hood assembly that travels with the toolrest. Additional features include a set of dead centers which hold a spindle for visual comparison, 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.
Powermatic Lathe: Model 3520B, 2HP, Will Operate 1Ph or 3Ph, 230V Model: 1352001
Check Out These Features
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
Re-designed toolrest geometry allows for better chisel movement along the toolrest
Laser etched quill is self ejecting.
Two position mount for the optional bed extension
Optional dust assembly that travels with the toolrest
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
A variable frequency drive allows this machine to run on single or three phase power
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