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Axminster 13mm Keyed Chuck & Arbors
Axminster 13mm Keyed Chuck & Arbors
£13.46 - £14.96 (£11.22 - £12.47 Ex. VAT)

Axminster 13mm Keyed Chuck & Arbors

  • Good quality key operated chucks offering excellent value
  • Available complete with a choice of arbor
  • An excellent accessory for boring on a woodturning lathe
  • Jaws will close to very small diameter
£13.46 - £14.96 (£11.22 - £12.47 Ex. VAT)

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A good general purpose drill chuck with a B16 taper in the back, equally suitable for use in pillar drills and lathes. The jaws close right down to almost nothing for use with very small drills. Available with a choice of Morse 1, 2 or 3 arbor. Maximum capacity 13mm, chuck key included.

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Lorenzo Franceschinis

18 November 2011

Great addition to your lathe

Solid built chuck and arbor, great for any drilling job mounted on the tail stock of your lathe. Be aware that vibrations can undo it from the drive unit when used to hold felt wheels or similar items. Mounting a threaded rod on the back of the arbor allows to secure it safely to the drive unit.

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