The only stationary machine I've ever seen that Porter Cable made was a floor model belt sander. This part is used on multiple Porter Cable models. I've seen thousands of lathes and have machinery catalogs back to 1870, and have never see of or heard of a Porter Cable lathe. Porter-Cable was founded in 1906 in Syracuse, New York, by R.E. Cable, who invested $2,300 in a jobbing machine and tool shop the trio ran out of a garage. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Porter Cable 1340949 Lathe V-Belt at Amazon.com. Porter-Cable "Carbo-Lathe" as sold during 1932/33: Made from a chrome-nickel iron, the bed and headstock were cast as one, weighed 600 lbs and carried mirror-image ways at the top and on the front and back faces of the bed. Three years later, the company bought a plant on North Salina Street. Believed to have been introduced in 1932 - eighteen years after production started of their original High-speed Production Lathe - the 7" x 18" Carbo-lathe was Porter-Cable's answer to the need for greater capacity, higher speeds, increased rates of metal removal and an up-to-date, built-in drive system. Having sold my Omnijig product line to Porter Cable in the late 1980's, I'm pretty familiar with the company and have been to their plant in TN. Porter Cable 1340949 Lathe V-Belt. Porter, and F.E. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. 2-Inch long, 2-Inch wide, and 1-Inch high. Porter-Cable is a brand with a proud history of innovation and has brought many firsts to the power tool industry. Package weight of this item is 1-Pound. Porter, G.G. In 1914, the company began to focus on power tools, starting with a line of lathes. This V-belt fits model number 46-250. Porter-Cable Carbo-Lathe.