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US Plug Mini Hand-Held Lathe 20000rpm Over Heat Protection Z1000

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Product description

Feature:

1. The hand-held machine has seven standard grinding tools which is varied
2. Wide application range and flexible to operate
3. With a drill bit, it becomes a hand drill, with a grinding wheel, it becomes a hand grinder, and with a milling cutter, it becomes a hand mill, very easy to use
4. The transformer has over current, over voltage, over heat protection
5. Suitable for processing wood, engineering plastics and soft metals


Specification:

Item Type: Mini Hand-Held LatheMotor Speed: 20000rpm
Input Voltage / Current / Power: 12VDC / 2A / 24W
Processing Materials: Wood, engineering plastics, soft metals (aluminum, copper, etc.)
Transformer with over current, over voltage, over heat protection


Package List:

1 x Machine

1 x Adapter

1 x Plug

1 x Accessories (package)

US Plug Mini Hand-Held Lathe 20000rpm Over Heat Protection Z1000

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