Axminster Eccentric Spiralling Chuck
Axminster Eccentric Spiralling Chuck
£44.95 (£37.46 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Eccentric Spiralling Chuck

Code: 900093

  • Made in Axminster using CNC techniques
  • Axminster Eccentric Chuck and Spiralling Attachment
  • Chuck fits type C dovetail jaws
  • Allows eccentric and spiralled stems to be produced
£44.95 (£37.46 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Eccentric Spiralling Chuck
  • Axcaliber Dry Lubricant
  • Axminster Button Jaws - 250mm
  • Hermes Abrasive Disc -  50mm x 400 Grit (Pkt 10)
Total: £131.54
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This is a combination of the Axminster Eccentric Chuck and the Spiralling Attachment. The chuck fits onto the type C dovetail jaws and allows a variety of eccentric and spiralled stems to be produced. Full instructions from the designer, Tony Witham, are included. You can expand your woodturning techniques massively with this set.

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Dave Atkinson

31 December 2014

great value for money and works well

Took delivery today and managed to get a soiral pattern gor a box kid withim a couoke if trial artemots. The wriiten instructions woukd benefit from a diagram but the video on tbe Axminster website makes it clear. A great piece of kit with lots of possibilities.

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