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  • Bented
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    Originally posted by RB211 View Post

    I think tightening each key hole has similar results
    Not all scroll chucks have 3 pinions, some have only one.

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  • RB211
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    Originally posted by Stu View Post

    Wouldn't that be bad for the scroll?
    I think tightening each key hole has similar results

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  • Stu
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    Originally posted by Bented View Post
    One may move the scroll around by tapping the jaws in the appropriate direction, little is gained by this, I do it on nearly every setup when using a scroll chuck..
    Wouldn't that be bad for the scroll?

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  • Bented
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    One may move the scroll around by tapping the jaws in the appropriate direction, little is gained by this, I do it on nearly every setup when using a scroll chuck..

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  • Jammer Six
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    It looks a lot easier than bumping the work. But it looks like after the last bump, he tightens all three bolts down without checking.

    Anyway, I think I'm going to try it.

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  • Bob Engelhardt
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    The "Bump True" chuck

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  • Jammer Six
    started a topic Gotteswinter's Method

    Gotteswinter's Method

    More stupid questions.

    Watching the thread on content creators, I found the name Gotteswinter.

    Watching one of his videos, I found this method for tapping in a cylinder to dial it in:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xH42L3WluPU

    At about 6:40, he starts dialing in a cylinder he has reversed in his three jaw chuck.

    I've never seen a method where one loosens the chuck mounting to dial it in. I thought one tapped on the work to move it relative to the chuck, as opposed to tapping on the chuck to move it relative to the lathe.
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