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Chucks & Workholding Accessories

Keeping the workpiece held securely in a chuck or between centres whilst you work on it is a most important objective.  A browse through this section will show that virtually every eventuality or prospective need has been catered for.  Not quite like the turning tools section, but this is still a pretty huge selection, broken down into the following categories for convenience:-

In addition to the above, we also stock the Nova G3 and SuperNova chucks from Teknatool (Record Power in the UK) as well as the Axminster chuck range.  We just haven't found time to put them on the website yet - if you need one of these products, please pick up the phone.

If you are unsure of the spindle thread on your lathe, then a browse through our spindle data list may help clarify things for you.

Magnetic "Bitsa" Trays - Stainless Steel

Square magnetic tray 240 mm x 240 mm
Circular magnetic tray 150 mm diameter

Such a simple idea, but fabulous for stopping the bits and pieces rolling away from your workplace.  Put one on your lathe headstock and you'll never lose the screws for mounting chuck jaws again - hopefully.  One alongside the drill press means that you'll always know where the chuck key is.  The uses are legion and at this price you can afford to be liberal!  Three sizes and formats but all great value and truly indispensible.

Rectangular magnetic tray 150 mm x 244 mm
 

*NB: Prices quoted in pounds sterling.
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