The lathe design considered to be the most common, because it is also easy to incorporate a corer and a slicer into the rotary mechanism. The basic rotary mechanism is a threaded rod that is initiated by cranking rod that passes a peeling blade. The rod is cranked and it spins the apple with low torque and steadily moves it in forward direction. The peeling blade is torsion spring-loaded against the fruit and also has a type of depth stopper to keep it from cutting in too deep inside the fruit. It also has a corer and slicer attachment and a ring shaped blade fastened to a vertical blade. The circular ring blade peels the corer and also the vertical blade that slices the apple fruit into a helical spring shaped as it it spins forward.