The RKL-1300 Series is LeBlond’s smallest lathe and differs from a mini or desktop lathe, the smallest of which this post details.
The holidays are a good time to gift yourself with a tool grinder. Discover what they are and why you need one on your shop floor.
Need LeBlond lathe parts for your legacy equipment? Get our OES parts that are affordable and built to original specifications.
9 Causes of Lathe Tooling Wear and How to Minimize Each Wear on lathe tooling is inevitable. Low frequency wear won’t typically cause catastrophic damage. But over time, problems can surmount. Some of the biggest causes of lathe tool wear and failure are due to a wide...
Debating whether to go with a LeBlond variable speed or gearhead lathe? Check out this video that spells out the differences.
You've heard the saying, "You get what you pay for". This is especially true when it comes to finding replacement parts for your lathe. There is no question that OEM (original equipment manufacturer) parts are superior to aftermarket or self-machined parts. If you are...
OEM parts are components designed by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Discover LeBlond’s range of OEM parts in this post.
Why, When and How to Replace Lathe Oils, Lubricants and Coolants The squeaky wheel gets the grease is a common saying that should never apply to your lathe. The slides, apron, chucks, mandrels, bearings and spindles should never get to that point. Any machine shop’s...
Containers are piling up at ports. LeBlond has available machinery inventory, so you get your equipment fast with no price hikes.
LeBlond Ltd allows you to adapt to constant change by keeping your legacy equipment humming with OEM parts or modernizing with our new line of lathes.