Chuck Jaws are vital for holding and centralising your workpiece. Some harder or unmachined materials may require aggressive clamping to reduce the chance of movement. While other thin-walled parts may require wrap-around jaws to stop deformation. Some of our most popular lathe chuck jaws include:
Soft Jaws: Soft jaws are great for vice and can securely clamp a workpiece. They are designed with bevelled edges or teeth that can hold onto a part.
Box Jaws: Best for large-sized lathes during heavy-duty workholding.
Pie Jaws: Pie jaws are full-grip jaws that maintain 360 degrees of contact during the workholding process.