Shopsmith Mark7 / Mark V Specifications

Basic Specifications for Shopsmith Multi-Purpose Machines

Mark 7

Shopsmith's multi-purpose woodworking machines are available in three different versions - A Mark 7 version with an electronically-controlled DVR (Direct Variable Reluctance) motor and digital electronic speed-change mechanism - and two Mark V versions with a conventional AC motor and mechanical speed-change mechanism. The specifications in the chart below will help you select the configuration that best suits the types of woodworking you're planning to do.

The chart below shows the motor & power specifications for the three options, including the Mark 7 model and the two Mark V models (Model 510 & Model 520). This chart also includes the basic machine specifications that are common to all Shopsmith machines, regardless of version.

A further explanation of the table system options plus additional specifications covering ripping capacities, support surface sizes and other machine components can be found on the following two pages.

Motor / Power

Mark 7 Model Mark V Models
Type DVR (Digital Variable Reluctance Conventional AC
Wired For 120 and 240 volts 120 Volts
Amperage 15A at 120V, 7A at 240V 13.5 amps
Horsepower 1-3/4 hp at 120 volts
2 hp at 240 volts
1-1/8 hp
Speed Change Mechanism Electronically controlled Pulleys and belts (Reeves drive)
Speed Range 250 rpm to 10,000 rpm 700 rpm to 5,200 rpm
Reversible Yes No

Individual Tool Specifications - Common to all models

Specification Comment
Table Saw
Main Table Size 17-1/2" x 22" Left-to-right support with extension tables and tubes - 102"
Saw Blade Diameter 10"
Maximum Depth of Cut 3-1/4" at 0° Saws completely through 4 x 4 lumber
Maximum Ripping Capacity 98"
Miter Range 60° left to 60° right Holds your stock at precise angles during sawing
Disc Sander
Disc Diameter 12" A full 113 square inches of sanding surface
Disc Feed 4-1/4" For precise micro-feed of disc into stationary workpiece
Miter Range 60° left to 60° right Holds your stock at precise angles during sanding
Horizontal Boring Machine
Maximum Stock Length Unlimited Great for long boards and large workpieces
Quill Feed 4-1/4" Feeds bit into your stock, as with vertical drill press
Vertical Drill Press
Capacity Drills to center of 16-1/2" workpiece Rarely do typical drill press tasks require more
Main Table Size 17-1/2" x 22" Floating extension tables & (4) 27" tubes can provide up to 00-0/0" of front-to-back workpiece support
Maximum Chuck-to-Table Distance 25" Can drill into large project component assemblies
Maximum Chuck-to-Floor Distance 58" Can drill into large project component assemblies
Quill Feed 4-1/4"
Lathe
Swing Over Ways 16-1/2" Easily handles large diameter faceplate turnings
Maximum Distance between Centers 34" Turns table legs, porch rails, etc. up to 34" long - as well as small projects such as pens & miniatures
Tool Rest 360° swing of tool rest & arm Simplifies tool rest-to-workpiece alignment
Over-Table Router*
Throat Clearance 7-5/8"
Spindle Stroke 4-1/4" Exceeds that of portable plunge routers
Bit Chuck 1/2" diameter 1/4" diameter model also available
Worktable Size 17-1/2" x 22" Floating extension tables & (4) 27" tubes can provide up to 00-0/0" of front-to-back workpiece support
Spindle Speeds 250 rpm to 10,000 rpm
Under-Table Shaper*
Throat Clearance 7-5/8"
Spindle Stroke 4-1/4"
Arbor Diameter 1/2" Includes 25/32", 1", 1-1/4" & 1-1/2" rub collars
Worktable Size 17-1/2" x 22" Floating extension tables & (4) 27" tubes can provide up to 00-0/0" of front-to-back workpiece support
Spindle Speeds 250 rpm to 10,000 rpm

* Under-table shaping operations are only possible with the Mark 7 version.

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