These machined solid aluminum plates mount to the Oneway Stronghold Chuck (30589, sold separately), and they have a unique combination of slots and tapped holes that accept rubber grippers for holding an infinite number of round, oval or square shapes.Chucking capacities of the Stronghold Chuck with Mega Jumbo Jaws:External (compression): 1-3/4" minimum, 14" maximumInternal (expansion): 4-3/4" minimum, 15" maximumNote: If your lathe has less than a 16" swing, the Oneway Talon Chuck (20761) is recommended. Stronghold Chuck jaws are NOT compatible with either the original Oneway Chuck or the Talon Chuck.
One good turn deserves another! Create precise duplicates of spindles, table legs and other turned projects. This Lathe Duplicator attaches easily to almost any floor-model lathe, and the handwheel allows for smooth operation while cutting.Will duplicate to a maximum length of 39" (depending on the lathe used)Maximum duplication depth-of-cut of 2-3/8"Suitable for lathe with a turning diameter of 12" to 14"
Richard Raffan provides an introduction to the lathe and to turning techniques in this internationally acclaimed video.You'll see firsthand how to do the work, the tools, the techniques, and the subtle rhythm of each process.114 minutes.Now re-issued in DVD format, this classic Fine Woodworking video workshop takes you right into an expert woodworker's shop.Learn how to sharpen chisels and gouges, stand and move at the lathe, use a skew chisel with ease, manipulate gouges effectively, secure stock on the lathe, turn spindles and other centerwork, and make a simple bowl.Richard Raffan is an internationally acclaimed turner and teacher. He is the author of Turning Wood, Turning Projects, Turning Boxes and Turning Bowls.