Customer service is our top priority at Craft Supplies USA. We take great pride in providing our valued customers with unrivaled service, top quality products, and hassle-free returns. We make every effort to make sure your experience is so good that you're eager to do business with us again.
Our guarantee is simple… if for any reason you're not completely satisfied with any product, you can return it for a prompt refund or replacement. No Risk, No Hassles, Guaranteed.
We do our very best to offer the quality products available. We carefully evaluate every product for quality, performance and value before we make it available to you, our valued customer. If a product doesn't meet our standards, we won't offer it, period.
Comments On Oct 29, 2016:I purchased my Powermatic P2020 at the end of August 2016. It was a replacement for my first lathe, a Jet 1015VS. I wanted to be able to turn some bigger items than I was able to with my Jet. The Jet certainly performed well in the time that I had it.
I had taken a class at Craft Supplies and I guess I succumbed to turning with a larger lathe. I selected the P2020 because of it's smaller footprint for my shop/garage. As far as I know it is the only full-featured lathe that offers the smaller (20") footprint.
There is NOTHING about this lathe that I don't like. Even things as routine as drilling pen blanks is just better with this lathe. I have turned a few bowls, and intend on turning more. I have turned about a half a dozen pens and everything went just fine. Bigger doesn't translate into "too big" for small projects.
Fit and finish was just fine (other than a bit of cosmetic things when it was delivered). The delivery folks were just fine, putting the lathe down in the middle of my garage/shop. It took 3 adults to unpackaged and assemble it, but all was accomplished in an hour or so. I also bought the roller assembly "Lift, Lock, and Roll" and it works well, even though the lathe is 569 pounds and I am a mere 140.
I would not hesitate to recommend this lathe to someone who has a need to a full power, small footprint lathe.
Was this review helpful?