Wood Lathes Recalled Due to Injury and Laceration Hazards

The recall impacts more than 20,000 machines.

Grizzly Logo Location

Grizzly Industrial and Shop Fox Wood Lathes has issued a recall because the wood lathe’s cutting tool can break, posing an injury hazard due to projectiles that can strike the user and bystanders, and a laceration hazard to the user who could come into direct contact with the cutting tool.

Grizzly Industrial has received four reports of the cutting tool breaking, including one injury. The Consumer Product Safety Commission said consumers should immediately stop using the recalled wood lathes and contact Grizzly Industrial for details on how to receive a free repair kit, including shipping. The repair kit consists of an upgraded faceplate, tool rest and tool rest base.

The recall affects about 21,300 machines along with another 60 that were sold in Canada.

The variable-speed, electric wood lathes have a green or white bed and cast-iron legs with black accents, an extendable tool rest and a swivel headstock. Model G0584 measures 62 inches wide, 14.5 inches deep and 45.5 inches high. Models G0462 and W1758 measure 72.5 inches wide, 19 inches deep and 48 inches high. The Grizzly industrial wood lathes have the logo located on the front of the headstock and the model number on the side nameplate. The Shop Fox wood lathes have the logo located on the front of the bed, and the model on the front of the headstock and the side nameplate.

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