Axminster Woodturning Screw Chucks
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A screw chuck is a quick and convenient method for mounting a turning blank on your lathe. The central screw is stainless steel with a deep sharp thread for a positive and secure hold. It only requires you to drill a single shallow hole in the blank. Unlike a face plate which requires several screws to attach the timber, a screw chuck has a single central screw. It is ideal for smaller or shallow workpieces, (always assess the suitability for the size of the work).
These screw chucks fit into the A or C jaws of an Axminster woodturning chuck. This enables you to turn both the outside and the inside of a bowl without having to remove your Axminster chuck from the lathe. Thus guaranteeing complete concentricity.
Two sizes are available. One to fit into the A dovetail jaws, the other into both the 100mm and 114mm C dovetail jaws.
For particularly shallow pieces use a plywood spacer to reduce the effective length of the screw.
Supplied fitted with an 8mm x 25mm long screw. Two smaller size screws are available separately, useful in making wooden fruit etc.
- No need for a separate screw chuck
- Stainless steel parallel screw mounted onto boss
- Secure dovetail interlock within the chuck jaws
- Flush mount for full support
- Choice of A dovetail or C dovetail jaw fitting