Backplates for Super Precision Chuck
Backplates for Super Precision Chuck
£31.10 (£25.92 Ex. VAT)

Backplates for Super Precision Chuck

  • Secured to chuck with three hex socket cap screws
  • Allows four jaw chuck to be used on outboard side of lathe
£31.10 (£25.92 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

Although the Super Precision chuck is no longer available, we realise that many of you may want to change the thread fitting of your chuck should you change your lathe. The backplate is secured to the chuck with three hex socket cap screws. A spare or extra backplate allows the four jaw chuck to be used on the outboard side of the lathe if the thread sizes differ, or on a second lathe.

This product is on page 270 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2018/19 Catalogue.


Thread Size T02 - 1.1/2" x 6tpi T04M - 1" x 8tpi T06 - 1.1/2" x 8tpi T20M - 1.1/8" x 12tpi(Mystro) T37 - M30 x 3.5mm T38 - M33 x 3.5mm T38W - M33 x 3.5mm(Woodfast) T38PRO - M33 x 3.5mm(4224, 3520A) T38V - Special Fitting(Vicmarc) VB36 - Special Fitting(VB36) T02RL -
Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



22 July 2017

VB36 precision chuck fitting

Extremely well priced for a fairly large piece of engineering. I just wish Axminster still made either the super precision or you could get hold of the other equally as good Toolmex chuck. I am sure their new chucks are good but the older SP was the industry standard in quality. Please bring it back, even if only on special order.

Gerald Hubbard

8 August 2016

Graduate backplates

With so many Graduates lathes in circulation and a pool of Super precsion chucks why o why have you stopped making the TO2 back plate. HELP.

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