|Item Weight||8.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.2 x 5 x 5.2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||CSC3000C|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 year limited warranty|
PSI Woodworking CSC3000C Barracuda Wood Lathe Key Chuck System
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- Includes four (4) Self-Centering Jaw sets to hold Round and Square Stock for turning, pre-threaded for 1x8tpi, and has an adapter for 3/4x16tpi. spindles
- Includes #1 Step Jaws for dowels: 3/32-to-1-3/8-Inch, Holes: 11/16-to-2-3/8-Inch
- Includes #2 Round Jaws, for dowels: 7/8-to-1-1/2-Inch Holes: 1-1/4-to-2-Inch
- Includes #3 Round Jaws, external grip 3-1/16-to-4-3/8-Inch
- Includes Pin jaws which hold inside holes 1-to-2-1/4-Inch, and a screw chuck
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One of the easiest to use, best value chucks on the market. The Barracuda2 is an easy to use, high-performance, full accessorized key operated self centering four-jaw lathe chuck system. You only need one hand to use this lathe chuck as the "T" handle jaw tightening key enables you to to tighten the jaws with only one hand while your other hand is free to support your work.Comes with a wide variety of accessories (including 4 sets of jaws), and will mount any project onto your lathe. Ideal for bowls, spindles, small projects and much more. Fits all "C" series accessories, a 3.5" diameter, 1" x 8tpi, weight is just 4.0 lbs., and comes with its own case. Includes; #1 jaws, #2 jaws, #3 jaws, 1" pin jaws, a Screw Chuck Adapter, 3/4" x 16tpi spindle adapter, "T" handled Jaw tightening key, "T" handled Allen wrench, and a carrying case.
Top customer reviews
I found out if you put a slight dovetail on a tenon, the chuck holds stronger. I noticed after a few months that the screws that hold the face plates on were starting to strip and had to get the worn out ones off with a screw extractor bit. I made my own replacement screws that worked out well. I took one screw with me to the hardware store and found out it was a metric 5mm x 0.8 thread. The only ones they had of that with a flanged top were longer and a phillips head insert. I used a bolt cutter to cut them roughly down to the size of the original screws and put them threw a 5mm x 0.8 die and they work perfect. I would suggest keeping the chuck and all its plates, screws, wiped down with a corrosive preventive like Fluid Film.
this is no Oneway, Nova or Easy Wood Tools chuck, but it's a great value.
I've made a couple bowls thus far using the worm to get the outer & bottom recess made, then the jaws holding in the recess to hollow. No problems with anything coming loose, or coming off.
With the attached jaws, 2" I think, the outside to hold a recess has large teeth/threads. I'd prefer a dovetail here, but still love it.
Worth every penny!!!
Update (a couple years later)... I did purchase the second Barracuda II chuck along with a #2 Morse Taper attachment so I can mount the second chuck in my tail stock. I can chuck a work piece from the tail stock end, then remove the work piece from the chuck in the head stock, and switch the second chuck to the head stock. Now the workpiece is perfectly centered in the chuck. With only one chuck, I would have dismounted the workpiece from the chuck, turned it around, and remounted it from the other end - and then of course I would have to re-turn the workpiece to get it round because it never remounts in the chuck at exactly the same angle. I love having two Barracuda II chucks.