Freight deliveries require a delivery time be scheduled and someone must be present at the time of delivery to inspect and sign for the merchandise. A representative from the freight carrier will call the phone number entered at checkout to schedule the delivery.
For freight deliveries, you have the option of adding a liftgate to your delivery. A liftgate is the device that lowers a product from the truck to ground level.
CPO recommends adding liftgate service for freight deliveries exceeding 100 lbs if you do not have a loading dock or fork lift at the delivery address. Additional charges may apply. The liftgate option will be presented during the checkout process.
Please note that liftgate service only ensures the product is removed from the truck. We recommend you have the additional help of two to four people to move the product to its desired location because drivers are not required to assist.
Requesting liftgate service after ordering may result in additional charges and delays.
|Carriage Travel:||37-1/2 in.|
|Compound Slide Travel:||3-1/2 in.|
|Cross Slide Travel:||6-3/8 in.|
|Distance Between Centers:||40 in.|
|Follow Rest Capacity:||2-3/4 in.|
|Maximum Tool Size:||5/8 in. x 5/8 in.|
|Motor Type:||Single Phase|
|Number of Inch Threads:||40|
|Number of Longitudinal and Cross Feed Rates:||40|
|Number of Metric Threads:||22|
|Number of Spindle Speeds:||12|
|Range of Cross Feeds:||0.0003 - 0.0103 IPR|
|Range of Inch Threads (TPI):||4 - 112 TPI|
|Range of Longitudinal Feeds:||0.0012 - 0.0294 IPR|
|Range of Metric Threads:||0.45 - 7.5|
|Range of Spindle Speeds:||40 - 1,800|
|Spindle Bore:||1-1/2 in.|
|Spindle Taper with Sleeve:||MT-5 (MT-3)|
|Steady Rest Capacity:||3-3/4 in.|
|Swing Over Bed:||14 in.|
|Swing Over Cross Slide:||8-1/2 in.|
|Swing Through Gap:||20 in.|
|Tailstock Spindle Travel:||4-3/4 in.|
|Taper in Tailstock Spindle:||MT-3|
|Width of Bed:||10-1/2 in.|
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Comments about GH-1440W-1 Lathe with Acu-Rite 200S DRO Installed:
I use the lathe for small repair jobs. I think an 8" 3 jaw chuck would fit the lathe better. A tool post with adjustable tool holders would make it nicer for getting tools on center.