Lathe Lead Screw Covers, Retractable Safety Blinds

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  • Protects the operator from accidental entanglement
  • Set of two (Left side and right side)
  • Aramide (Kevlar) fabric resists hot chips
  • Spring tensions keep the covers tight
  • Protects your lead screw against metal chips
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Install these lathe lead screw covers on your machine to prevent entanglements.  The lead screw on a lathe turns rapidly and is directly in front of the operator.  There is a chance that a piece of clothing can get caught up in the threads and start pulling someone into the machine.   Once you install these, you will provide entanglement protection for the operator.  As a bonus, this lathe lead screw cover protects against steel shavings, chips, and debris landing on the screw.

We also have steel coil covers for smaller lathes.  Please take a look at them by clicking here.

Our Lathe Lead Screw Cover Features

Our model AR lathe lead screw covers kit is designed to protect the lead screw on lathes and other machinery.  The fabric is made of Kevlar fibers (Aramid) and can resist heat from hot chips and chemicals.  The rolling mechanism is fully enclosed in a heavy-duty metal box, thus avoiding pinch points.

You will get a kit of two (2) covers covering the carriage’s left and right sides.

Lead Screw Sizing Information

For help with sizing or installation, please contact us by clicking here.

Lathe lead screw cover dimensions required.

P/N Length
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
AR-1500H150 1500 (59”) 150 (6”)
AR-2000H200 2000 (78”) 200 (8”)
AR-3000H250 3000 (118”) 250 (10”)
AR-4000H250 4000 (157”) 250 (10”)
AR-4000H300 4000 (157”) 300 (12”)
AR-5000H250 5000 (196”) 250 (10”)
AR-5000H300 5000 (196”) 300 (12″)
AR-6000H350 6000 (236”) 350 (13.5”)

Each lathe lead screw model has two covers installed on the carriage’s left and right sides.  To figure out what size, you need to take the length of the bed and take the closest measurement in the column “Length” above.

It is always better to have more than not enough.  Example: You measure an 80″ bed on your lathe.  The closest measurement in column “Length” is 78″ (model AR2000); however, a better option would be the model AR3000 (118″).

Is your lathe bigger than the dimensions above?  See our lead screw covers for large lathes by clicking here.

Installation of Lathe Lead Screw Covers

No need to remove the existing lead screw; install these directly over your screws.  You may need to supply your custom-made mounting brackets.  There are many lathe makes and models, and we can’t possibly have a “one-size-fits-perfect” solution.  However, from our experience, these covers can fit on almost every lathe out there.  You can always call us if you need some installation help.

View AR Installation instructions in PDF by clicking here.

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A

39'' (1000mm), 59" (1500mm), 78" (2000mm), 118" (3000mm), 157" (4000mm), 196" (5000mm), 236" (6000mm)


6" (150mm), 8" (200mm), 10" (250mm), 12" (300mm), 13 1/2" (350mm)


AR-1000H150 (39"x6"), AR-1500H150 (59"x6"), AR-2000H200 (78"x8"), AR-3000H250 (118"10"), AR-4000H250 (157"x10"), AR-4000H300 (157"x12"), AR-5000H250 (196"x10"), AR-5000H300(196"x12"), AR-6000H350 (236"x13.5")


Ferndale Safety


Ferndale Safety

Has interlock switch

No (No Interlock)

Product color

Ferndale Yellow

Product Features


Installation Manuals

Technical Information

Disclaimer: By purchasing Our Products, you agree not to use them for "hot work" (e.g., grinding, welding, soldering, cutting) due to fire risk. Misuse is forbidden, and following all safety guidelines is required. Non-compliance means you accept full responsibility for any resulting harm or damage. For your safety and the effectiveness of Our machine guarding, remain within the "Safe Work Zone" directly in front of the guarding. Standing to the side increases injury risk and breaches our usage policy. Adhering to this rule ensures your safety and the Products optimal performance. For detailed safety and operational guidelines, please see our Terms and Conditions. (click here)

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