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xx   LATHE

Stiffen up a wood lathe by filling the hollow, tubular beds (ways) with concrete.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #27 Jul-Aug 1992 pg. 14

Tip shows how to ballast a wood lathe's plywood base to dampen vibration.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #60 Aug 1997 pg. 32

Build and attach sand filled plywood ballast boxes to the ends of a lightweight lathe cabinet to help prevent vibration.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #67 Aug 1998 pg. 16

Bench basics. How to build a heavy base for a wood lathe.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jul 1991 (v.14#10) pg. 8

Sturdy stand for a lathe utilizes sand-filled torsion boxes to dampen vibrations.
FINE WOODWORKING #100 May-Jun 1993 pg. 18

Table for a wood turning lathe is attached to a wall with hinges. It can be folded down against the wall to save space.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #76 Jan 1994 (v.13#4) pg. 10

Lathe stand. Features a heavy top supported by solid legs and a hollow beam filled with sand to absorb the vibrations set up by a bench-top lathe.
SHOPNOTES #10 Jul 1993 (v.2) pg. 16

Lathe stand retrofit. A drop-down hinged door covering the empty space underneath a lathe bed contains holders for chisels, gouges, wrenches, faceplates, and other lathe accessories.
WOOD MAGAZINE #85 Jan 1996 (v.13#1) pg. 42

Portable base for a mini-lathe has two drawers for supplies and a handle slot. Two cleats on the bottom front edge help keep the base positioned on a bench top.
WOOD MAGAZINE #101 Dec 1997 (v.14#8) pg. 56

Using an open-front box to raise the height of a lathe also provides a storage area for the tools.
WOOD MAGAZINE #132 Apr 2001 (v.18#3) pg. 36

Reduce lathe noise and vibrations by using foam floor pads and rubber-mounted wall brackets.
WOODTURNING #30 Mar 1995 pg. 72

How to modify the mounting of a lathe head to make it a swiveling head.
WOODWORKER May 1991 (v.95#5) pg. 498