Text Box: Basic Cue Repair Lathe: With 4 foot bed
This little repair lathe will do tips and ferrules and a lot more.  It comes with a full 48 inch bed, that has a 10 inch rack gear carriage travel, the standard headstock with 15 mm bore, and two bearing steady rests (one large and one small), a set of 3 plastic collets and three nylon collets... plus a plastic plug which turns the small steady rest into a concave live center.  The carriage & cross slide assembly includes a double sided tool post with two bits. The motor is a 110 - 120 VAC, 1.2 amp variable speed with foot control.  The lathe bed comes mounted on the baseboard, just set the components in place and your ready to go.   Price:  $710.00 + S&H

There is an optional manual speed control which is available for $25.00 when purchased with the lathe (regular price is $30.00). There are many other options shown on the “Parts and Accessories” page of this web site.

The 1.2 amp 110–120 volt AC motor is approximately 1/5 HP and is not rated for continuous operation.  It is intended to be used for turning, light cutting, sanding and polishing of normal tip, ferrule and shaft maintenance and cue repair operations.  If the motor is over worked (operated under a heaver that normal load) it will draw higher current and will overheat.  Over heating can also be caused by running the motor for longer than normal periods.  Continued overheating can cause the motor to weaken and fail.  If you have any questions please just let me know.

If you have any questions or would like to place an order please just send an email to: 

midamericapool@yahoo.com or call between 9 AM to 4PM Central Time 217-320-2404.    Thanks a Million!!

If you have any questions please email midamericapool@yahoo.com or call 9 AM to 4PM Central Time 217-320-2404. 

If you would like to place an order please just send an email your name, zip code and a list of the items that you wish to purchase to: midamericapool@yahoo.com   I will reply with your total and payment options.

Thanks a Million!!

Text Box: CLICK HERE to watch a video of this machine being use to replace a cue tip