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WTB: Cole Jaws

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Warren White, Sep 2, 2016.

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  1. Warren White

    Warren White

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    I am looking for a Standard Cole Jaw set for a Nova G3 chuck. Anybody have one they no longer need or use?
     
  2. Gerald Lawrence

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    I have a set for SN2 , I think it would be the same . Let me know if interested
     
  3. Warren White

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    I think the jaws are the same for all, but I would need to be sure. I can check with Teknatool. How much are you asking?
     
  4. Gerald Lawrence

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    It is the Mini cole jaws and comes with rubber bumpers and attachment screws. $35 plus postage works .
     
  5. Warren White

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    I have the mini jaws already. Thanks for the offer, though.
     
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    Hi Warren,
    I may have an extra set. Will confirm later today
     
  7. taxman

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    Sorry Warren, the Cole Jaw Box was empty. Apparently it is the box for the Jaws set up on the chuck.
    Good Luck!!
     
  8. Warren White

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    Thank you any way. I appreciate your looking. (It seems I spend better than half of my shop time looking for stuff!)
     
  9. Tom Gall

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    Why don't you attach/screw four wedge-shaped pieces of wood (any thickness or width. cut at 45 deg.) to the jaws. Trim to the swing of your lathe or smaller. In use, close the jaws until all four sections touch and then open slightly (⅛" or more". Cut a groove in the wood the approximate diameter and width of your bowl rim…..make a slight dovetail cut, if necessary, on what will be the inner or outer edge of your groove to match the profile of your bowl rim. Expand or contract the jaws to grip your workpiece…. (gently if expanding to not break the rim). This will grip the rim around the full circumference and not just at 8 points. Besides, this is a lot better and quicker than fiddling with all those rubber grippers and bolts. I switched from my Flat Jaws (Oneway) to this system for a larger range (20" swing ~ even though I never turn anything that large ;)).
     
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