This cute little lathe I bought many years ago. I made this setup on a little car so it is ready for use when I need it. It came with a lot of extras.
I replaced the motor by a bigger one from an Unimat compact 5. This because the original get very hot. The mod only needed an extra hole in the baseplate and a new motor pully set. I made 2 different sets to get more speeds because this motor only has one speed. Converting it to mill is still possible the same way.
I have 4 chucks, 3 face plates, several toolholders, divider, 3 point support and the thread cutting gear. To bad it only has the 1 mm pitch parts.
Drills, reamers, unimat parts, thread measure tools, taps and dies, grinderstones, saw etc
Some tools, bolts and other mounting parts and bores, mills and chissels.
And being addicted to measurement gears this picture speaks for itself.
I had an old industrial sewing machine. The table and motor are now used for the unimat and the newest addition, a Proxxon mill. This little mill does a great job. It can mill 5mm aluminum using a 6 mm mill in one run, without protests. The sewing machine motor has no problems with running this little lathe. The motor is the gray box between the mill and lathe. I machined a pully for it so the Unimat is still original. The speed is set by a lockable lever in front of it. This replaces the pedal that was used for the sewing machine.
An example from someting that I milled. It is made from 2 pieces 20x20mm aluminum.