Wood Lathe Foot History
Lathe is a widely used machine for processing wood and metal parts. First use in Egypt BC. Dates back to 1300 years. The lathe was also used in Assyria and Greece. The ancient Romans developed this machine. In the Middle Ages it spread to many parts of Europe. During the industrial revolution, wood lathe feet gained popularity with the use in all industries and automatic lathes were developed in the future.
Wood Lathe Foot Working Principle
The first lathe is quite easy to use. One turns the piece of wood using a rope and the other give forms a figure using a cutlery. This design was developed by the Ancient Romans, who facilitated the woodwork. A pedal was then used as in manual sewing machines. During the industrial revolution, some studies were carried out to make the wood lathe work faster. After 1950 many new designs were made to increase the work of the lathe; hydraulic controlled model and numerically controlled model have been developed.
Wood Lathe Foot Features
Depending on their application, function and operating principles, the wood lathe feet vary. Some types of lathes;