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Wanganui New Zealand
WoodRiver Multi Tooth Drive Center 5/8" Diameter #2 MT
I got two of these. One I cut in half to fit a live centre system. I got a multi tooth drive and live centre for less than half the price of a dedicated live centre.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Fort Collins Co
Excellent tool to hold small stock
Great tool for holding small stock in spindle turning. Don't have to worry about splitting small pieces like when using a spur drive.
Well-made, beautifully machined.
Excellent drive center
Use this on a Delta 46-460 to mount and turn wood for stoppers, grinders and bowls.
Excellent steb drive. In my opion it works a well as the more expensive ones.
Works in a collet chuck too!
While it has a #2 morse taper, it also can be held in a 3/4" collet. Great for pen turning!
Very good drive center. The retractin point keeps the wood from splitting. Good heavy piece of steel. Well worth the low price.
This is a great product. I now have both the 1" and 5/8" drive center for different sized spindles. The salesman was right when he told me "you'll eventually end up with both sizes" when I asked which size was better for general spindle work. The teeth are sharp and easily grip hard woods like hickory and purpleheart. I no longer have to hammer in a drive center to ensure a good grip on a spindle; a small center tap and tailstock pressure to engage the teeth is all you need. I will never use my old spur again.
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