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Nova Safe-Lock Woodworm Screw

Item #
48635
Rating:
100% of 100
Allows you to mount a wide variety of turning blanks simply by drilling a 5/16" hole. Just mount the Woodworm Screw in your lathe and thread the blank onto the screw. The screw has a deep thread that is machined right to the end, allowing an easy lead into the wood. The depth of the thread and core size means that even larger wood blanks can be mounted. The screw has a square shank for a positive grip once in the chuck. All this adds up to a screw with a very powerful gripping action.


Features:

  • Comes standard with most Nova chucks
  • Quick and easy method to mount unformed small bowl blanks
  • Provides a secure mounting to form the outside of bowls
  • The screw is 23mm (15/16") long, with blades 2mm deep, and the core size is 7mm
  • 10.5mm thread requires a hole about 8mm (5/16") in diameter
  • The screw has considerable holding power and it is sometimes difficult to unscrew, so wax or oil the thread before mounting your blank
(1) Nova Safe-Lock Woodworm Screw
More Information
Brand Nova
Manufacturer Part Number 10006
Weight 0.1500
5.0 / 5.0
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Allows for creative versatility.
March 27, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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I like Rockler and I like to give them my Biz
Gregg T on Jul 3, 2019
to help with turning bowls
woody S on Jan 14, 2016
I like Rockler and I like to give them my Biz
Gregg T on Jul 3, 2019
dog stole the only one I had
Anthony P on Aug 22, 2016
to help with turning bowls
woody S on Jan 14, 2016
I assume it will work with the jaws above
Anthony B G on Sep 25, 2015
dog stole the only one I had
Anthony P on Aug 22, 2016
I assume it will work with the jaws above
Anthony B G on Sep 25, 2015
will the 48635 woodworm screw work on a oneway chuck?
albert d on Oct 17, 2016
will this work on a grizzly chuck?
Ron N on Oct 30, 2017