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  2 1  0  3  0 7  CSC500K Key Operated Woodturning Chuck Set  Axminster Reference No: CSC500K   U  s  er M a n u a l   www.axminster.co.uk   01 Index of Contents... www.axminster.co.uk   Page No Safety Protection Symbols SAFETY!! ! The symbols shown on the cover of thismanual advise that you wear the correctsafety protection when using this machine.     E    y   e   P  r o t  e  c  t   i    o   n        S    a   f   e  t  y  H e  l   m  e   t           P      r    o     t  e  c   t  i  v e   G   l   o   v     e     s        S     a    f   e    t   y  F o o  t  w   e   a    r            R  e  s  p i r  a  t   o  r       S   a   f  e  t  y  V  i   s   o   r        R   e   a  d M a  n  u   a    l             T     w    o  M  a  n  A s  s   e  m   b     l               y           E    a   r   D  e  f  e n  d    e   r    s        D   u  s  t M a  s  k   Warranty... Thank you for purchasing one of Axminster’s growing family of woodworking products. TheCSC500K Chuck Set is engineered and manufactured to the highest quality standards. Youwill find this product an essential accessory to your workshop.This product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of oneyears for all components. This warranty applies to the srcinal purchaser of the product andis limited to the repair and/or replacement of the product, or its parts at the discretion of Axminster Power Tool Centre. Excluded are parts which have been misused, abused, altered,or consumed by normal operation of the chuck. Also excluded are direct or consequentialdamages to persons, or properties, or materials is as proof of purchase and must bereferenced to authorize any warranty repair. Call your Axminster dealer for properauthorization. Index of Contents.........................................................................................................................................1Warranty........................................................................................................................................................1Safety Instructions for Chuck Systems.......................................................................................................2What’s in the Box.....................................…………...................................................................................2-3 Chuck System Description..........................................................................................................4Jaw Capacity Chart.....................................................................................................................5Installing Jaws to Chuck.............................................................................................................5Mounting the Adaptor..................................................................................................................5Mounting the Chuck to Your Lathe.............................................................................................6Operating the chuck....................................................................................................................6Chuck Gripping Depth.................................................................................................................6Lathe Speeds...............................................................................................................................6Maintenance................................................................................................................................6  02 Safety Instructions for Chuck Systems... The following suggestions will enable you to observe good workingpractices, keep yourself and fellow workers safe and maintain yourtools and equipment in good working order. Good Working Practices/Safety  WARNING!! ! KEEP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT OUTOF THE REACH OF YOUNG CHILDREN1. Do not wear gloves or loose clothing when turning.2. Do not wrap any strip sandpaper or clothing around your hands or fingers whensanding or turning.3. Use proper eye protection when turning.4. Check your wood for splits, weakness or cracking prior to mounting on thechuck.5. Confirm that the wood is tightly gripped before turning your chuck under power.6. Rotate the chuck manually prior to starting your lathe to confirm properclearance.7. Always check and re-lighten after any problem or catch.8. Use appropriate speeds as referenced in instructions.9. Always turn with sharp lathe chisels.10. Capture fine particles from the air with a dust collector.11. Keep clean and lubricate with a light coat of oil. What’s in the Box... Model Number: (210307) CSC500K  A CSC500K 65mm Barracuda chuck (pre-threaded for 1 x 8tpi) B 1 Set (4 pieces) gripper jaws (shipped pre-mounted to chuck) C 1. Hex wrench D 1 Tightening Key E 1 Set( 4 piece) extended pin jaws F 1 Set (4 piece) step jaws G 1 Set (4 piece) internal & external gripper jaws H 1 Screw chuck H 1 3/4 x 16tpi adaptor Instruction Manual   ADEFHIGBC 03 What’s in the Box... www.axminster.co.uk  
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