Glaser Screw Chuck

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  1. Tom Albrecht

    Tom Albrecht

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    1" X 8 tpi
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    The very best screw chuck on the market. Designed by Jerry Glaser, this versatile chuck allows for three different base sizes. The sharp high speed steel screw has remarkable holding powers. No other screw chuck on the market allows such versatility as this chuck. The three different configurations allow for these different base diameters: 1 1/2", 2 1/2" and 31/2". The bases are made with a narrow rim rather than a flat surface, which allows better holding strength on non-flat surfaces. To use, drill a 1/4" pilot hole into the wood blank slightly longer than the thread length of the chuck. If you need to limit the depth of screw penetration, simply make some thin "washers" from plywood or tempered hard board. The length of the screw is approximately 3/4".

    This chuck has been used. It is in fine working condition and the steel screw has been replaced recently.

    Asking $100

    Located in Chicago northside.
    tja490@gmail.com

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  2. Bill Boehme

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    You forgot to mention the price.

    Edit: thanks for the update.
     
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  3. Paul Grenier

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    You didn't mention what spindle size and tpi (ex. 1 1/4 X 8tpi) it'll fit
     
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    1 X 8

    It's the first line in the ad.
     
  5. Kevin Campbell

    Kevin Campbell

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    Darn, if it were 1 1/4 x 8 I'd be all over this.
     
  6. Tom Albrecht

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    Darn is right, if it were M33 I'd keep it!
     
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    If it was m33 I'd buy it .
     
  8. Paul Grenier

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    I bought an adaptor so that the Glaser Screw Chuck would fit on my Powermatic 3520B. The adaptor was $65, but it was worth it to be able to have the Glaser Screw Chuck. Nothing out there compares to it.
     
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