|I bought the stubby in 06 from Stubby USA. I like the flexibility the movable beds and banjos provide. Some possible variations in tool setup are shown in the other pictures.|
I remote-d the panel from the motor drive using a cable purchased from Eaton. The panel is mounted on a PVC post which is mounted to a bolt at the base of the headstock, so as not to add holes to the stubby.
I use a slot in a board on my waste can to store the tail-stock near the stubby.
An example of some of the tooling mounted on the lathe. Laser depth finder, elbow tool, vacuum chute and light. Note the elbow tool mounting on the tail-stock.
An ariel view of the stubby setup. Note the shop-made steady rest
My jet set up for metal spinning
My Jet pen lathe lifted to elbow height with a tool shelf and vacuum plenum in back.