South Bend SB1223 - 10" 3 Jaw Scroll Chuck D1-8
SB1223 10" 3 Jaw Scroll Chuck D1-8
Absolute top quality chucks made for high precision work.
These South Bend lathe chucks are amongst the best available on the market.
Walking into the factory that makes these South Bend Lathe chucks, one would be amazed at the plethora of high tech testing equipment made by some of the most respected names in the world.
This includes these high-precision cast-iron 3-Jaw scroll chucks with 2-piece jaws and plain backs with a D1-8 camlock mount.
Direct-mount chucks require less initial setup time because the machinist is not required to machine a back plate to fit the chuck.
The SB1223 comes supplied with all the hardware for mounting on your lathe.
Made with tight tolerances to satisfy the most demanding machinists out there!
The instruction sheet was written by our U.S. based Technical Documentation Department and is packed with useful information.
Like all South Bend products, it comes with a 2-year warranty which covers parts and assures the unit is free from factory defects.
The South Bend Customer Service and Technical Support Teams are U.S. based. Parts and accessories for the chuck are available on-line and shipped from the South Bend parts warehouse in Springfield, MO.
- Outer diameter: 10"
- Bore diameter: 3"
- Outer diameter clamping: 0.43" – 9.8"
- Inner diameter clamping: 2.76" – 9.10"
- Max speed: 1800 RPM*
- Chuck jaw M12 cap screw torque: 78.8 ft/lbs.
- Rear chuck jaw M10 cap screw torque: 53.5 ft/lbs.
- Approximate shipping weight: 68 lbs.
- Fine-grain cast-iron body
- Reversable top jaws
- Two-piece center split chuck
- Camlock studs
- Threaded pinion retaining pins
- Direct mount D1-8 Camlock
- Large maximum working area between chuck jaws and tailstock
*The maximum speed listed above is ONLY possible with the chuck jaws and the workpiece in complete rotational symmetry. The workpiece weight must be within the limits of the lathe and the workpiece mass must be of equal density throughout to prevent centrifugal imbalance or radial runout—even if a tailstock or other support is used for additional support.