14” Large “J” Standard Post
The 14” J-Rest is great for the interior of bowls and forms that are deeper than they are wide, like vases. They also work well to support hollowing tools deeper into the form. The overall length of the top bar is 14” and the overhang is 9”.
Lamp Set$ 85.00 – $ 189.00The Moffatt company of South Dakota has perfected task lighting as well as the flexible "gooseneck" arm. We’ve added one of their units to a purpose built articulated arm that will drop into the headstock of any Robust Lathe. The standard set up comes with one made in the USA Moffat lamp, extra-long cord, the articulated arm and necessary hardware. There is also room for a second lamp. You'll need to add your own bulb.View productsDetails
For Most 15-16″ Lathes with 1″ Diameter Post$ 49.00 – $ 98.0025MM 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 1640, only the Low Profile style rests and 9” J-rest will fit.View productsDetails
Live and Drive Centers$ 24.00 – $ 179.00
Steady Rests$ 120.00 – $ 760.00
Bowl and Vessel Steady Rests
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.