These scroll chucks have a nickel-plated body, case-hardened base jaws, and a scroll coated with a dry, long-lasting lubricant. Precisely made, the chuck body typically has less than 0.001" of runout; with the jaws mounted, runout can be expected to be less than 0.005". Due to their special construction, the jaws can be easily tightened on round or square stock. A stop pin prevents overextension of the jaws.
The arbor is an adapter that is mounted separately (Oneway's Basic and Talon chucks share the same adapter); if you wish to use the chuck on a different lathe, you need only purchase another adapter. The unique taper-lock adapter makes the chuck run truer, while guaranteeing safe use of the chuck for right- or left-hand turning. (The 1" x 8 tpi adapter is specially threaded for both inboard and outboard mounting.)
The Basic Oneway chuck is lever operated. The Stronghold and Talon chucks use a 5:1 ratio chuck key for tightening, ensuring greater holding power on large pieces. Each chuck is available in a body-only version (without jaws, woodworm screw or taper-lock adapter) or in a kit that includes a taper-lock adapter, a standard 1-1/2" woodworm screw, a #2 jaw set, the appropriate levers or chuck key, and a hex key. The Basic chuck weighs 4 lb, the Talon about 3-1/2 lb, and the Stronghold about 8 lb.
D. The spur center mounts directly in the chuck and is hardened for long life. Fits all Oneway chucks we offer.
E. With deep threads for powerful grip, these are right-hand screws for inboard turning. They fit all Oneway chucks we offer.
F. Spinning chuck jaws are virtually invisible and can remove a fair chunk of skin if you aren't careful. If you slide this cuff over your chuck, it covers any sharp projection, as well as making the chuck much more visible. Fits chuck diameters of 3" to 6".
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