Revo 18|36 Lathe 220 Volt

The first feature that will catch your attention is undoubtedly the ergonomic angled control panel made from anodized aluminum. The blue hue of the DRO along with the beautiful knurled control knob fitted with a rubber grip signals this is no ordinary lathe.The bed is made from steel which allows the cast iron headstock to travel incredibly smoothly. Steel is the preferred material due to its well known longevity & strength.Electronic variable speed is obtained via a VFD that converts 1 phase input to 3 phase output, so even at low settings you will get an incredible amount of torque. The DRO gives you an accurate RPM readout at all times any fine adjustments are made electronically. Changing from high to low settings is made easy by using the quick release handle.The headstock & tailstock lock handles are situated on the back to eliminate any interruptions to your work flow. Ergonomically designed handles use a cam lock resulting in a firm feel with no deflection.



  • Electrical: 2HP, 220 Volt, 60 hz
  • Motor: Induction, 1725 RPM, TEFC
  • VFD: Delta S1 Variable Frequency Drive
SKU MLAREVO 1836-220 Category
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Phase: 1 Phase Input, 3 Phase Output

Poly-Gorrve Drive Belt With EZ Access

Recommended Breaker: 15 Amp

Spring Loaded Spindle Lock

Max Outboard Swing: 32″

Swing Over Banjo: 13-½″

Steel Bed: ASTM A36

Spindle Taper: MT#2

Toolrest Post Size: 1″

Swing Over Bed: 18″

RPM High: 135-3500

RPM Low: 50-1300

Tailstock Quill: 4-½″, Engraved, Self-Ejecting

Floor To Spindle Center: 41-½″

Front Bearing: TPI Taiwan 6207LLU

Rear Bearing: TPI Taiwan 6205LLU

Spindle Index #: 14/36/48 with Lock

Distance Between Centers: 36″

Headstock Through-Bore: ⅜″

Headstock Travel: Full Length

Tailstock Through-Bore: ⅜″

Tailstock Storage Of Centers

Spindle Size: 1-¼″ x 8 TPI Right Hand Thread

Floor To Bed: 32-½″ with Pads

Floor Space (W x D x H): 60″ x 26″ x 47″

Shipping Weight: 570 lbs

Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H): 61″ x 27″ x 28″

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