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Headstock Spindle Chuck Fittings

This table is an attempt to assist in the selection of the correct headstock thread fitting to suit your lathe when you are choosing a chuck.  Please note that you MUST check all available documentation shipped with your lathe and make any necessary measurements before committing to a particular size fitting.  In most cases, exchanges can be made simply by returning the chuck mounting bush, avoiding excessive transport costs, but this is not always the case.  Always test the bush on the headstock before fitting it to the lathe.  Bushes can be difficult to remove once firmly fitted and damaged bushes cannot be replaced.  If you're not sure, send an e-mail first and we'll try to advise.  Note also that certain lathes are equipped with different mounting threads in different markets, whilst others have changed during the life of the lathe.

The sizes marked in RED are considered non-standard and some difficulty may be experienced in getting certain types/brands of equipment to suit: please enquire.

Imperial (inch) Headstock Threads

Thread

Ref.

Lathes Using This Thread (but CHECK yours: threads may vary in different markets!!)

3/4" x 16 tpi

T01

All Record, all Coronet (except red Major);  Sears Roebuck Craftsman; Klein; Carbatec; APTC KWL37; Nu-Tool NWL37; Naerok 12073; Clarke CWL12C; Draper WTL12A & WTL100; Rexon WL6V; Sealey SM42

3/4" x 10 tpi

T10

James Inns Sherwood range; Rockwell Homecraft; Naerok WL1000; Sealey.

7/8" x 16 tpi

T08

Coronet Major (Maroon)

1" x 12 tpi

T03

Myford ML8; Turnstyler

1" x 12 tpi

T03HD

APTC H1000

1" x 10 tpi

T12

Harrison Jubilee; Arundel E5; Durden

1" x 8 tpi

T04M

APTC M900, M950, M1000, M330, M600 & Perform CCL and CCBL; Wivamac (DB800, DB801, DB1000, DB1200, ADB950 - all models, US option); Sorby (some markets), Delta

1.1/8" 12 tpi

T20

Myford ML7

1.1/8" 12 tpi

T20M

Myford Maestro (with lock screws)

1.1/4" x 8 tpi

T23

Woodfast M Series (US models);VicMarc VL series (US models);  Nova 3000 (US models); General 260

1.1/2" x 8 tpi

T39

 

1.1/2" x 8 tpi

T06

Powermatic

1.1/2" x 6 tpi

T02

Axminster NV28-40; Harrison/Startrite/GLCo Graduate; Wadkin Bursgreen 6" BL 150 Lungrens; Tanner FS100 some Woodfast models(!)

1.1/2" x 6 tpi

T02P

Poolewood PW28-40 (Old type)

5/8" Plain Bore

T05

Shopsmith; Multico Supershop

Metric (millimetre) Headstock Threads

Thread

Ref.

Lathes Using This Thread (but CHECK yours: threads may vary in different markets!!)

18 mm x 2.5 mm

n/a

 Elu only - enquire.

20 mm x 1.5mm

T33

Electro HDM800 & HDM1000; Multico, Poolewood

20 mm x 2 mm

T29

Tyme Cub ('83 on) & Little Gem

24 mm x 3 mm

T21

Luna; Arundel M230; Merlin K150/450/600

25 mm x 2 mm

T30

Tyme Avon ('83 on) & Classic, Tanner SD165; Selbix Springwood; Sorby (some markets); Cotech

30mm x 1.5mm

T34

Alko HDM850

M30 x 3.5 mm

T13

Woodfast C Series, Arundel M300

M30 x 3.5 mm

T37

Teknatool; Nova 3000 & TL1500 (Europe); VicMarc VL100 (Europe); MiniMax T124

M33 x 3.5 mm

T38

Wivamac (DB800, DB801, DB1000, DB1200, ADB950 - all models); Kity;Scheppach DMV200 & DMT180; Sorby (some markets); OneWay 2036/2436/2016/2416;  Konig; Hager; Hegner; Flott BD180; Emco DB5, VicMarc VL200 & 300 (not US)

M33 x 3.5 mm

T38W

APTC Woodfast

M33 x 3.5 mm

T38H

Hapfo ONLY

M33 x 3.5 mm

T38V

VicMarc - special fitting

M33 x 3.5 mm

T38PRO

Axminster 4224 Professional

Bayonet Headstock Mountings

Thread

Ref.

Lathes Using This Mounting

Special Fitting

VB36

VB Manufacturing (Hegner UK) VB36

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