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    Screw Jig for holding round material in the chuck.

    Screw Jig for holding round material in the chuck.

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    Thanks capainleeward! I've added your Screw Jig to our Miscellaneous category, as well as to your builder page: capainleeward's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    capainleeward , you're going the top fifty.
    Sorry my mistakes in english.
    to share your tip >>> http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/tool-tips-tricks/ <<<

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    Hi Captain,
    Once again, you will think I never understand what is obvious for all others, but a bit of explanation would be welcome ?
    What chuck do you mean ?
    For me, the lathe chuck or drill chuck is natively made for round pieces, hence the question ?
    Maybe you're talking about an other kind of chuck.
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    Hi Christophe, If you have a disk of metal that is bigger than the lathe chuck and it has a hole in the middle you can bolt it to the screw and nut and put the bolt in the chuck to cut off some metal or turn it. :O)
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    Hey , understood, but I would be curious if others have understood before the explanations !
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    Adding one more action photo of the tool in actual use would be worth a 1000 words. Thanks for the explanation.

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    See my video in tool topics category. :O)


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