Wood lathe chuck
The chuck is used in various tools and machines and is called differently according to its field of application.
When the chuck holds the workpiece, it is also called a lathe chuck. However, the chuck on tools such as a lathe can also accommodate certain insert tools and is then called a drill chuck. The quality of the chuck is particularly important to ensure safe and stable operation. Therefore, it is not only worth comparing products, but also choosing a high-quality brand. If you want to save the long way to the nearest woodturning store, you can easily and quickly order chucks through our online store and at the same time benefit from many years of experience in woodturning and crafts and high-quality products.
Features and characteristics
In general, chucks can be distinguished between drill chucks and lathe chucks depending on the type of use. You will have already encountered drill chucks frequently in tools, as this is often used for hammer drills or milling machines. Here, the quick-action and gear rim drill chucks are frequently used.
The lathe chuck, on the other hand, is mainly used when using lathes. They can also be divided into different categories, such as the three-jaw or four-jaw chuck. The three-jaw chucks are mainly used for round, triangular or hexagonal workpieces. The four-jaw chuck, on the other hand, is used for four- and eight-edged workpieces. The advantage of these chucks is that the tool is easily centered. You can purchase the power chuck with or without a passage, whereby the passage is also available in various diameters. Read more...