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New Frugal Vacuum Chuck

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by Jason Goodrich, Nov 16, 2020.

  1. Jason Goodrich

    Jason Goodrich

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    That was quick. Bob posted that his new systems were ready for sale on Friday. I had been waiting and so I placed an order right away and it arrived here today. Unfortunately, my wife was the one who brought it in from the porch and felt how “heavy” it is. She now has questions.
    I will post some more info once I get it set up.

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  2. Jason Goodrich

    Jason Goodrich

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    The setup was pretty easy as well and I was surprised at how much holding power it has. I have the Beall spindle tap and that is what I used to make the cup. I turned the first bottom with it last night.

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  3. Walter Mooney

    Walter Mooney

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    I bought my Frugal at SWAT two or three years ago, and I love it! I can have it up and running in under a minute!
     

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