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Unimat Copy
- possibly from the former East Germany -
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Mk. 2 & 2A  Photographs  Mk. 2B Photographs  SL1000/DB200 Photographs 

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Home-made Unimat No.1   Home-made Unimat No.2   ROWIC - Argentinean Collets  Mk. 4 Photographs

Boxed unused SL1000 & DB200   Early German Unimat Catalogue

Display Cabinet With Every Known Accessory     
Instruction Books, Parts Books and drive
belts are available for the DB200 & SL1000

Unfortunately only one pictures has emerged of what is thought to be an East German copy of the Unimat Mk. 4. While the rest of the lathe appears unaltered, the headstock is distinctly different with the front section having a protruding circular housing and just one instead of two clamp blots securing the quill. The lathe appeared for sale on a Swedish website in 2015. Of course, a slight possibility exists that this might be a machine modified (for some unknown reason) by a previous owner.