Lathe may refer to:
In woodworking and metalworking:
Lathe, used in turning wood, metals and other materials.
Lathe (metal), a lathe used specifically for metals.
Geometric lathe, used for making ornamental patterns on the plates used in printing bank notes and postage stamps.
Rose engine lathe, a specialized kind of ornamental lathe.
Lathe (county subdivision), formerly an administrative division of the county of Kent, England
Lathe (graphics), a method of forming 3D computer graphics
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University of Oxford, "PGDipLATHE"
The Lathe of Heaven", a 1971 science fiction novel by Ursula K. Le Guin
Lath, material used to span gaps in structural framing and form a base on which to apply plaster.
Lathe carrier, a clamp used to hold down a workpiece on a lathe.
Lathe center, a tool that used to accurately position a workpiece about its axis.
Lathe faceplate, a workholding accessory for lathes.
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