A look at the history behind LeBlond’s historic Regal and its current RKL metal lathe.
LeBlond RKL lathes
RKL 1340V, 1560V and 1960V … the “V” stands for variable as in variable speed, the primary difference between LeBlond’s historic Regal lathe and the company’s current RKL metal lathe models.
The design of LeBlond’s current RKL metal lathe sets it apart from its forefather — the classic Regal.
Check out the video in this post that details how to cut metric threads on a LeBlond RKL Series manual lathe.
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Get tips on how to lubricate the chuck to your manual, engine lathe.
Don’t miss LeBlond’s Summer promotion on smaller metal lathes. Check out this video for details.
Don’t miss LeBlond’s mega holiday machine tools promotion on LeBlond manual lathes and K.O. Lee grinders!
Constant surface speed is a vital feature on LeBlond RKL Series manual lathes.