WEN 33013 Benchtop Milling Machine with R8 Taper

Benchtop Milling Machine with R8 Taper

The WEN 4.5A Variable Speed Single Phase Compact Milling Machine can mill precise channels and grooves into metal, wood, plastic, and other materials. In order to make flat surfaces, straight holes, angled edges, slots, pockets, surface shapes, and more by machinists and woodworkers alike this versatile 13-inch swing tool can be used. The R8 Taper has a capacity of 1/2-inch drilling, a 5/8-inch end mill, and a 1-1/8-inch face mill. This in turn, makes it compatible with a wide range of cutters, mills, and bits. You can also bevel the cutter head and column 45 degrees to the left or right, depending on your preference.

To satisfy the demands of a wide range of material types, variable speed operation ranges from 100 to 1,100 RPM on the low setting and 100 to 2,500 RPM on the high setting. Little yet strong design is 23-1/4 by 22 by 29-1/2 inches, with a foot print of 8-1/2 by 15 inches. With tooled ruler marks around each hand wheel, you can move it up to 11-13/16 inches along the X-axis, 5-1/8 inches along the Y-axis, and 7 inches along the Z-axis for precise and accurate cuts. Its benchtop design provides customers with a robust and dependable heavy-duty foundation that has pre-drilled bolt holes for further stability. To assist capture chips and reduce clean-up, there is a rubber cover from the table to the column. The integrated transparent shield, in combination with the emergency stop mechanism, ensures optimum user safety while in use.

What is more, the milling machine also comes with a two-year guarantee, a worldwide network of trained service experts, and a large inventory of replacement parts, all to ensure that you remember WEN.

WEN 4.5




Style: 4.5-Amp Motor w/ 13-Inch Swing

Product Dimensions

23.25 x 22 x 29.5 inches

Item Weight

130.1 pounds





Item model number




Q: Can I do a clean face cut on a 1″ aluminum 6061-T6 rectangular bar?

A: Yes

Q: Does it have reverse for threading?

A: No reverse

Q: Is the gears metal or plastic?

A: Steel I believe

Q: Does the cross slide have measurements on the hand wheel?

A: YesTop of Form

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