The Memoria Technica Workshop has released a limited edition MADE lathe enamel pin, in an effort to make the lathe affordable to everyone. Now you can own a portable version of this iconic machine that may be worn… Read More
Have you been following the journey of the MADE lathe and now find yourself wondering, “Will I ever see one of these in person?” “How is this MADE?” “I’d like to try my hand at one of these…”… Read More
From the bench of David B. Lindow: The Auxiliary Rosette Holder has two main purposes. One is to be able to change out rosettes very quickly. While the operation of changing out rosettes on the main barrel is… Read More
We thought it would be fun to feature the lathes of each of the 4 MADE collaborators. Here are some photos from a recent visit to Eric Spatt’s workshop. Eric has a small business making bespoke pens from… Read More
We are excited to share some photos of the bases for the latest run of the MADE lathe. These custom African Sapele mahogany cabinets are handcrafted at Brookfield Woodworks. Meanwhile Al Collins has been busy making hardware for… Read More
Inspiring the revival of lost mechanical art through machines honoring past traditions. The MADE Lathe is an Ornamental Turning Rose Engine capable of a swing of 12” and a 24” long work piece supported by a 2MT tailstock…. Read More
This is an excerpt from a post on Memoria Technica and is used with permission. See the original post here. David Lindow and Brittany Nicole Cox of Memoria Technica paid a visit to Al Collins at his workshop… Read More
An incredible amount of work goes into the making of each lathe. Every part is manufactured and finished by hand here in the United States. We thought we’d share some photos of the process with you.