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Old 12-02-2017, 08:18 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Thanks for your wonderful input Charlie!
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Ho hum !!! . Just another lathe
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Thanks for your wonderful input Charlie!
No problem at all. Since you will have 3 Jets, you are in fleet mode! I only have 2 lathes in my arsenal
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Not sure if this lathe is new to the market but does anyone have or know anything about the Harvey T40 Lathe?
I just saw it in "American WoodTurner". Looks great. I also would like to know anyone else's experience!
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These lathes are made in China. The 4 inch quill travel sure would be nice for drilling.
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I was poking around on Alibaba looking for other things and stumbled on these lathes there. T40 is about $2000 (US I presume) plus shipping, T50 is about $2500, and the T60 is about $3000. Nanjing Harvey seems to make a lot of woodworking machines. Makes me think a small group of turners in a city could order a batch and get even better prices. Hmm....
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Never heard of this Chinese lathe and for others like me here it is:

https://www.harveywoodworking.com/pr...-40-wood-lathe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EtnseB7uK4

Think can buy more lathe for the money but that's just me, still would like to see some reviews!
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If you had one oneway that's all you would need in life , and it will never die. Hehe.


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Looks like a handy size Lathe. 14” swing plus the ability to rotate the head is very useful. Looks maybe a little pricey though?
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