Axminster Evolution SK114 Woodturning Chuck
Axminster Evolution SK114 Woodturning Chuck
£189.95 - £209.95 (£158.29 - £174.96 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Evolution SK114 Woodturning Chuck

  • Made in Axminster using CNC techniques
  • Durable stainless steel body
  • Supplied with soft grip chuck key
  • Newly designed longer accessory jaws
  • Standard threads:
  • 3/4" x 16tpi (T01)
  • 1" x 8tpi (ref T04M)
  • M33 x 3.5mm (ref T38)
  • 1.1/4" x 8tpi (T23)
  • 1.1/2" x 6tpi (T02RL)
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£189.95 - £209.95 (£158.29 - £174.96 Ex. VAT)

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Axminster 5 Year Guarantee

The concept and design of the Evolution SK114 chuck was born from our desire to create the best woodturning chuck possible. It features a super-slim stainless steel body incorporating newly designed longer accessory mounting jaws. These low profile jaws offer a greater contact area within the slide ways of the chuck, minimising vibration during use. The ultra-compact design keeps the work piece as close as possible to the headstock of your lathe to lessen the load on the bearings and prevent unwanted vibration during heavy stock removal. The Evolution is fully compatible with all accessory jaws and is the first of a new series of chucks and jaws. We are very proud of our new Axminster chuck which should give you many years of reliable service.



Model Evolution SK114
Chuck Diameter 114 mm
Reviews (17)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.9 out of 5 based on 17 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



27 September 2017

what an amazing chuck

nothing to deal whith my first holzman one
very precise and tight, using on a leman tab 110 no vibration ,very "comfortable"

Rob Legge

13 July 2016

Good "New" fashioned British Quality

Stunning on all counts. I think Axy have addressed every little niggle regular chuck users had with this upgraded Evolution. The stainless single body eliminates rust and concentricity problems and the actual scroll chuck mechanism is a joy to use. Literally can turn with one finger. My Nova's are a lot more clunky than that and I even have a cheapie from Rutlands which is excrement compared to this beauty. You do pay a bit more but my goodness the difference is worth it! It also goes to show that we can still engineer fabulous quality precision tools in this country when we grasp the nettle!

William HUNT

3 July 2016

Well Engineered Precision Chcuk

I purchased the SK114 chuck for my new AT1628VS because of its existing reputation and the fact that the jaw collection I had for my Clubman 100mm chuck were interoperable with the exception of the C type dovetails jaws which are unique for the chuck. I also purchased the long soft grip chuck key separately, which gives easy reach over large diameter projects close to the chuck. This chuck is solid, engineered with precision and is a great compliment to the AT1628VS.


14 June 2015

Envious friends

Bought last year with a 1628vs lathe
this chuck is beautifully made very precise and a joy to work with
all my woodworking friends cannot believe the quality and finish you get for the price
thanks again axminster

Geoffrey Laycock

6 June 2015

Superb Chuck

I've had a Super Precision chuck for many years and this new design seemed a logical addition as all my existing jaws would fit. It is a great piece of kit, well made and finished. The safety jaws we have seen in recent years are safer than standard square edge ones but not 'safe' so I hope no one forgets the risk with larger workpieces. If it fits your lathe I can't think of a better choice.

I have one criticism, and this is a half hearted one - maybe my chuck was over enthusiastically filled with grease as higher speeds even now occasionally sees the black stuff being flung from the adjusting screw housings. I have a nice line of it on my once lovely white wall and a shirt that is no longer anything but 'workshop' wear! I don't think there is any surplus left in there now but I still check every time I switch off.
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