Dedicated Pen Blank Drilling Chuck

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Drill a perfectly centered hole in your blank on your lathe using this unique lathe chuck.

  • $99.95
  • Weight
    20 oz
  • SKU
    DT-CSCPENCHK
No Drill Press? No Problem! 

Drill a perfectly centered hole in your blank on your lathe using this unique lathe chuck.  The chuck includes two 2" jaws that will hold your blanks perfectly centered at the headstock.  Mount a drill chuck with your drill bit into your tailstock and advance the drill into your blank as it spins on your lathe.  Advantages of this system:-
 
  • Instant Set up and perfect centering
  • Vary the headstock drilling speed to accommodate your blank and bit
  • Accommodates blanks up to 1" Square
  • No "travel" limitations of a drill press quill
 
Jaws are 2" long, Chuck has a 1" x 8tpi thread, 2-1/2" diameter, weighs only 1.2 lb, operated by 2 tommy bars (included).
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  • Dec 31, 1969, 07:00 PM
    This chuck and the collet chuck are the only chucks I use to drill in square and round blanks, respectively.rnLOL..anyone want to buy a Ridgid Drill Press.
  • Dec 31, 1969, 07:00 PM
    This chuck and the collet chuck are the only chucks I use to drill in square and round blanks, respectively.rnLOL..anyone want to buy a Ridgid Drill Press.

Product questions

  • Richard Huff
    May 19, 2021, 06:02 AM

    Will this work with a #1 Morse Taper

    Administrator
    May 19, 2021, 10:31 AM

    The chuck does not go into the morse taper, it screws on to the headstock threads, as stated in the description:
    Chuck has a 1" x 8tpi thread, 2-1/2" diameter, weighs only 1.2 lb, operated by 2 tommy bars (included).

    Check the threads of your headstock to be sure they are the common (but not exclusive) size 1 inch by 8 teeth per inch.