Sherline 6000 Deluxe Ultimate Machine Shop Package
Sherline Ultimate Machine Shop Packages . . . Set up a complete mini machine shop with just one purchase!
Unless you are replacing an existing Sherline machine, most machinists new to the hobby have an immediate need for a selection of key accessories including chucks, holding fixtures and cutting tools in order to set up shop and start making things. Purchasing these essential accessories as a package with the machine offers two significant advantages: first, we make it easy to identify exactly what you need by pre-selecting the most important items for you; second, we are able to offer each machine package at a money-saving price as compared to buying all the items individually. It's a win/win!
#88650 Sherline 6000 Deluxe Ultimate Machine Shop Package includes: Sherline 5400 Series Milling Machine and all of its standard equipment; Sherline 4400 Series 3.5" x 17" Lathe and all of its standard equipment; additional milling accessories including step block hold-down set; fly cutter; boring head; 3-piece mill collet set with drawbolt; boring tool (5/16" min. hole, 1" max. depth); 1/4" drill chuck and key with #1 morse arbor and drawbolt; 3/8" end mill holder; milling vise; 4" manual rotary table; tilting angle table; 6-piece 3/8" shank double-ended, 2-flute end mill set; additional lathe accessories including 3.1" 3-jaw self-centering chuck; 3/8" drill chuck with key; #0 and #1 Morse arbors and drawbolt; steady rest; live center; rear-mount cut-off tool and holder; 3-piece 1/4" HSS cutting tool set (rh, lh, boring); plus additional accessories including Sherline 5/32" hex T-driver; 3-piece center drill set; safety glasses and Sherline Accessories Shop Guide instruction book.
Sherline 5400 Series Deluxe Vertical Mill features include: A powerful 90VDC motor with electronic speed controller; laser-engraved 12" (305 mm) solid aluminum base for 2" of additional Y-axis travel; laser-engraved scales on the table and base, 2-1/2" (63 mm) adjustable "zero" handwheel on the Z-axis and 2" (51 mm) adjustable "zero" handwheels on the X- and Y-axes; a mill headstock spacer to provide more throat distance and a 1/4" drill chuck and drawbolt.
Sherline 4400 Series 3.5" x 17" Lathe features include: A high-torque 90VDC motor with variable speed control which is internally equipped with a converter that automatically adjusts to incoming AC current from 100 to 240 volts, 50 or 60 cycles/sec without loss of torque; 24" (610 mm) bed that has 17" (431 mm) between centers; 2.5" (63 mm) resettable "zero" handwheel on the leadscrew, plus two deluxe 2" (51 mm) resettable "zero" handwheels on the feed screw and crosslide; 2.75" (70 mm) x 6.0" (152 mm) crosslide with two T-slots; rocker tool post in place of standard type; two position pulleys; Kevlar reinforced drive belt and adjustable anti-backlash.
Standard equipment includes: faceplate, lathe dog, 2 dead centers, pre-sharpened high-speed steel r/h cutting tool, tommy bar, gib removal tool, hex adjustment keys and 56-page color assembly and instruction guide.
Because of the tremendous number of operations that can be performed on a vertical mill, it is commonly regarded as the most important tool in the modern machine shop…the workhorse of the industry. Sherline Milling Machines can perform all of the tasks and operations that a large commercial machine can perform, including fly cutting, precision drilling and boring. Because the tool turns rather than the work, much larger non-round parts can be worked on a mill. The longer X-axis table (side-to-side) throw also increases the machine's versatility over that of the lathe. In addition to the basic three axes of movement, known as the "X" (left/right), "Y" (in/out) and "Z" spindle (up/down) axes, Sherline Mills also offer a headstock that can be tilted to either side to mill angled surfaces. The Model 2000 Mill offers four additional directions of adjustment, while the Model 5800 NexGen Mill offers three additional directions of adjustment for those who wish the ultimate in flexibility.
When the Sherline Lathe first came on the market over forty years ago, its use of rigid, extruded components meant miniature machine tools were no longer just toys for producing simple hobby projects. They could now be considered serious machine tools built specially to produce accurate miniature parts. Like its full-size counterparts, Sherline Lathes will perform all the operations you would expect, including turning, facing, boring, drilling, reaming, polishing and cutting tapers and threads with precision and ease. When used with a vertical milling column attachment, it can also be used for milling, fly cutting, drilling, and vertical boring operations as well.
Sherline tools are used throughout the world in every application from industry and production to hobbyists and model makers; wherever there is a need for small, high-quality, precision-machined parts in metal, plastic and wood, you'll find Sherline tools. Designed to be operated by any craftsperson with a "common sense" knowledge of mechanics, the skills of an experienced machinist are not required to get started and achieve great results. And, no matter how your interests may change or grow in the future, Sherline tools will adapt to suit your needs.