figure 6. Carriage controls.
4-Way tool post: holds up to four cutting
tools at once that can be individually indexed
to the workpiece.
compound rest handwheel: Moves the
tool toward and away from the workpiece at
the preset angle of the compound rest.
K. carriage lock: secures the carriage for
greater rigidity when it should not move.
thread dial: indicates when to engage the
half nut during threading operations.
m. half nut lever: engages/disengages half
nut for power feed and threading operations.
n. thread chart: indicates which thread dial
mark to use when engaging the half nut for
specific inch thread pitches.
o. cross slide handwheel: Moves the cross
slide toward and away from the workpiece.
p. carriage handwheel: Moves the carriage
along the bedway.
Q. tailstock Quill: Moves a tool or center
mounted in the tailstock toward or away from
r. tailstock Quill lock lever: secures the
s. tailstock lock nut: secures the tailstock to
Model G0602/G0752 (Mfg. Since 11/12)
figure 7. tailstock controls.
tailstock Quill handwheel: Controls the
movement of the quill.
u. offset scale: indicates the relative distance
of tailstock offset from the spindle centerline.
v. tailstock offset set screw (1 of 2): Adjusts
the tailstock offset left or right from the spin-
change gears, pulleys, v-belt
W. change gears: the configuration of the
change gears for power feed, inch, and met-
ric threading controls the leadscrew speed.
X. pulleys: the position of the V-belt on the pul-
leys controls the spindle speed.
v-belt: transfers power from the motor pul-
ley to the spindle pulley. Model g0602 uses
two V-belts. Model g0752 uses one V-belt.
z. timing-belt: (g0602) transfers power from
the motor to the secondary drive pulley.
figure 8. Change gears and pulleys
(Model g0602 shown).