To create internal threads, a tailstock threading tool is inserted into the tailstock of a lathe. Once the appropriate tool is selected for the job, a handwheel is used to rotate the blade and carve the desired grooves into the workpiece. The threading process is usually completed in minutes and results in perfect, accurate threads every time.
The combination necessary for precision cutting is comprised of three components: a cutting tool, a guide, and a support. After the cutting tool is securely placed on the guide, it can be inserted into the tailstock of the lathe. This guide serves as navigator as the tool executes its job of crafting threads. In order to maintain steady control and minimise any risk of movement during the process, the support is used to provide a solid foundation for the featured cutting tool.
By manipulating the handwheel, one is able to operate the tool. To form the threads, simply turn the wheel in a clockwise motion. For altering the depth of the cuts, you need only rotate the handwheel counterclockwise.
The tool is adept at cutting both right- and left-handed threads on the interior or exterior of any workpiece, regardless of size. Its versatility makes it a highly valuable component in any workspace.
Crafted of superior materials and bearing a satisfaction guarantee, this tool’s construction is resilient and guaranteed to stand up to long-term use.