<code id="sa0bz"></code>
    <th id="sa0bz"></th>

  1. <strike id="sa0bz"></strike>
      <strike id="sa0bz"></strike><del id="sa0bz"><small id="sa0bz"></small></del>
      <th id="sa0bz"><video id="sa0bz"></video></th>

      E-MAIL   Tony@lathes.co.uk
      Home    Machine Tool Archive    Machine-tools for Sale & Wanted
      Machine Tool Manuals   Machine Tool Catalogues   
      Belts   Books   Accessories


      Kosmos Model M Lathe

      Manufactured during the late 1940s by Franckh Kosmos Verlags GmbH & Co. KG (a Company that still exists selling scientific experiment kits and boosk) the "Kosmos" lathe was, for a simple round bed machine, available with an unusually wide range of useful accessories including a grindstone rest; compound slide rest (unsurprisingly without micrometer dials; vertical milling slide; hand T-rest and a spindle draw tube to retain arbors and wood-drive centres.
      With a centre height of 90 mm the Kosmos accepted 300 mm between centres and had an overall length of 450 mm.




      The Kosmos set up with a compound slide rest and 3-jaw chuck for light-duty metal turning

      Kosmos with the milling slide in position

      Kosmos with the hand T-rest for wood-turning work
      ǮֻϷ