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After the lathe went out of production in early there was a gap until its reintroduction in as the Taiwanese-built Unimat 4. The headstock spindle was bored through a generous 0.
The tailstock barrel had a travel of 0. It is not thought that the Unimat 4 milling post can be fitted to a Unimat 3 bed. Built in Austria the Unimat 3 inimat very-well made and became enormously popular; when equipped with a range of accessories and if in good condition it remains an excellent machine for smaller modelling unima experimental jobs and will accomplish in miniature what many larger machines are capable of.
Emco Unimat 3 4-plate dividing attachment. The very low price, together with the chance of saving even more by picking up used accessories from older Unimat 3s, makes this little lathe something of a bargain platform on which to base a comprehensive miniature machining centre.
The seldom-found self-contained Emco 3 milling machine. Emco Unimat 3 grinding wheel attachment. In the hands of a sympathetic owners – who is careful not to over-work it, it should provide endless 44 and enormous satisfaction. However, the present UK retailers now tell me that they are very confident indeed about much-improved quality control and sell several hundred examples each year to satisfied customers.
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It uses changewheels for threading, with an English range of 12 to 48 t. The motor was a two-speed 95W unit some of which were continuously rated while others, depending upon the year of manufacture and the particular market, had a time limit on their operation of between 20 and 30 minutes.
The Taiwanese “clones” of the Unimat 4 are all made in the same factory but given different labels for the numerous export markets; some machines are virtually identical whist others have slight modifications – presumably to comply with the regulations of different countries or to meet the specification of a particular distributor.
Unfortunately this lathe painted all grey had no provision to mount a vertical column on the rear of the bed and both its accuracy, and the fit and finish of the major components, was the subject of complaints. This example is fitted with the Allen-key operated, super fine down-feed attachment to the quill.