With our micro lathe base option It will also fit a Sherline, Cue Smith, Chlisby or Micro Lathe II Taig lathe and similar beds. Turn your lathe into a cue lathe or small spindle turning lathe for furniture or other needs.
Example of how Christian Werner uses the almost extinct art of ring-turning to make his carved ark animals. He cuts rings on a lathe and then slices off pieces and carves them. It takes amazing skill and ability to visualize the figures in the wood.
This is a steady rest for the Harbor Freight lathe in our park in Arizona. It is made from Baltic Birch plywood, some steel and aluminum and a small piece of jarrah for the key on the bottom. It is finished with wiped on Shellac.