NOVA 9020 7/8 in. Flexible Point Drive Center

Model: nvan9020
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NOVA 9020 7/8 in. Flexible Point Drive Center Model: nvan9020

Product Features & specs :

NOVA 9020 7/8 in. Flexible Point Drive Center

Details
The NOVA 9020 7/8 in. Flexible Point Drive Center has an innovative design which is popular amongst spindle turners. The ?Flexible Point? spring-loaded center point allows you to set your workpiece in place (or remove it) with the lathe turning. Your workpiece spins when you increase tailstock pressure and the drive center teeth bite into the wood. With light pressure, it will drive your work, but allows it to stop if you have a catch, minimizing damage to your workpiece. With increased pressure, it will power through even the heaviest cuts. Since its multiple teeth spread the pressure over a larger area, the Flexible Point drive center is less likely to split your workpiece than a standard spur. This unit is backed by a full replacement 2-year warranty from Teknatool International, since 1955.
Features:
  • Spring loaded center pin
  • Made to fit into the jaws of a chuck
  • Eliminates the need to remove the chuck
  • Fits neatly with NOVA's four jaw chuck
What’s Included:
  • 7/8 in. Flexible Point Drive Center - 9020
Construction
Steel
Compatible Models
All NOVA Chucks
Length
3.5 in.
Width
1.5 in.
Height
1.5 in.
Weight
0.29 lbs.
Warranty Term
2 Year

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