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Teknatool 25054
Item 148552

Cast Iron Leg Set

$469.99

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The NOVA Cast Iron Stand provides rock solid stability for all NOVA lathes. Made from high quality cast iron, with interchangeable leg sections, this stand is the perfect companion to both the Nova...

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The NOVA Cast Iron Stand provides rock solid stability for all NOVA lathes. Made from high quality cast iron, with interchangeable leg sections, this stand is the perfect companion to both the Nova 1624 and the Nova XP DVR lathes. Compact for easier mobility and set up, but sturdy enough to cope with the big capacity the NOVA 1624 & DVR XP has – 29” bowls (with optional outrigger accessory) and 44” between centres (with optional accessory extension bed). Mounting holes in the feet of the stand allow it to be bolted to floor avoiding any “walking” when roughing or turning large out of balance work. This unit is easy to assemble and is easy to clean since there is no collection area under the lathe.

  • Made from high quality cast iron, with interchangeable leg sections
  • Perfect companion to both the Nova 1624 and the Nova XP DVR lathes.
  • Height of stand: 802mm/31.5”
  • Weight: 22kg/110lbs
  • Floor space: 820mm x 1386mm/32” x 54.5”

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    Teknatool Cast Iron Leg Set

    Great leg set, adds mass and stiffness to the Teknatool DVR XP lathe. Very easy to attach with supplied hardware.

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    Great Fit!

    The stand legs lined up perfectly with my lathe. Each stand is extremely heavy and requires two people to assemble, safely :-) But going from the lathe being on a table to the stand, there is a rocking vibration now with off center wood at a certain speed. There should be another piece joining the two sides to attach extra weight. But all together I am happy that I bought this!

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    Rock Solid Base

    The cast iron legs are rock solid and make for a stable, sturdy base, especially with addition of more ballast (i.e. bags of sand or cement). Getting the lathe onto them is really a 2 person job though. The delivery guy helped me get the lathe on sawhorses but getting the legs under it was also quite a job but well worth it when completed.

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