The headstock conveys the head shaft

The headstock conveys the head shaft. In the belt-driven sort headstock, the driving component comprises simply of a cone pulley that drives the axle specifically. At the point when the shaft is driven straightforwardly, it pivots the cone pulley. At the point when the shaft is driven through the back riggings, it pivots more gradually than the cone pulley, which for this situation turns unreservedly on the axle among these lines two rates are open with every circumstance of the belt on the cone; if the cone pulley has four phases, eight shaft speeds are available The headstock shaft is the main turning component of the machine and is directly associated with the work piece which rotates with it. The axle is upheld in orientation at each finish of the headstock through which it anticipates. The section of the shaft between the direction carries the pulleys or riggings that turn the axle. The nose of the spindle holds the driving plate, the faceplate, or a throw. The axle is hollow all through its length with the goal that bars can be passed through it from the left and held in a throw at the nose. The check end of the shaft is bored to a Morse decrease to taper to receive the solid centre