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98-10 1 . Electrical Service It's important to have good access to electrical outlets at your lathe. Not only should there be an outlet for the lathe itself but also enough 1 20-volt outlets for portable power tools that will be used with the lathe, such as electric drills, sanders, and routers. ) Avoid extension cords because long cords can cause power loss, which will result in lower voltage at the machine and in turn will cause the motor to run hotter. Although this may not be enough to trip the breaker or blow a fuse, it can shorten the life of the motor.
Mid-Range Lathes If you want to tum a lot of furniture parts or even make turning the main focus of your woodworking, then there is probably a mid-range lathe in your future. Mid-range lathes are of much heavier construction than an entry-level machine, although they may not offer vastly more capacity (swing and distance between centers) these days. Along with the heavier construction, you also get better knobs and controls, smoother operation of movable parts, and better power. The motor will be more powerful, typi cally 1 hp to 1 1/z hp, and often of better construction.
Evans, l i ke the Holtzapffels, was an accomplished writer, whose Ornamental Turning (published in 1 886) is a lucid text that modern ornamental turners still turn to. All except Luki n ' s text are available in facsi mile. ORNAMENTAL LATHES An interesting subgenre of turning that became popular (at least among the wealthy) in the second half of the 1 9th century was ornamental turn ing (OT), in which precisely cut decorations are put on turned surfaces. Ornamental lathes were Rube Goldberg-like contraptions that married woodturning and metalworking lathes with the milling machine.