Tool and Tailstock Rack
A handy spot to store your centers and toolrests. Also holds the tailstock when it is removed from the lathe bed. Think of it as a “Tilt-Away Lite”.
For 18 – 25” Lathe with 1″ diameter post$ 44.00 – $ 98.00If you have a 18-25” lathe such as the Robust American Beauty, Powermatic 3520 or 4224, Jet 1840, Oneway 24”, Vicmarc VL 300 from Craft Supplies USA, General 20”, Rikon 20”, Woodfast 20” EXCEPTIONS: Some imports, notably the Grizzly 0766 and G0800 have very short banjos. You will need to special order extra-long post toolrests to fit these lathes. Please see “Toolrest Dimensions” to see if our rests will work. If you need extra-long posts, please see “Metrics and Specials”. 25MM POST WARNING: Certain Grizzly, Laguna and other imported lathes may use 25mm posts which are slightly smaller than 1”. THESE WILL NOT WORK. PLEASE MEASURE YOUR POSTS BEFORE ORDERING. FYI: 25mm = .984”, and 1” = 25.4mm. 25mm posts are available special order. NOTE: For the Oneway 20” lathes, only the Low Profile style rests and 9” J-rest will fit.View productsDetails
6″ Low Profile Rest Short Post$ 53.00 Add to cartDetails
4” Low Profile Rest Standard Post$ 49.00 Add to cartDetails
Steady Rest$ 100.00 – $ 645.00
Bowl and Vessel Steady Rest
Steady rests are used to support large diameter bowls and hollow vessels when working on the interior. They are also used to support long spindles. Long hollow forms especially need the support of a quality steady rest.
We manufacture steady rests to fit five sizes of lathes: 14", 16", 20", 24" and 25". 16-25" steady rests are constructed from a rigid tubular steel ring. 14" steady rests are made from laser cut steel. All the wheels are heavy duty & industrial quality, not roller skate wheels.
Upon request, we will orient the three arm 16-25" steady rests for better laser access. We can also equip these steady rests with four evenly spaced arms.
Steady rests are made to order. You need to specify which lathe you have when ordering so that we can install the correct tenon to fit your ways. Click here for Robust Steady Rest Tips.