A Headstock Chuck Spindle is a device often used as part of an engineering lathe, wood-turning lathe, or used in conjunction with a rotary table on a milling machine.
A Headstock Chuck Spindle is is usually used to apply support to the longitudinal rotary axis of a workpiece being machined. A lathe center is mounted in the tailstock, and inserted against the sides of a hole in the center of the workpiece. A tailstock is particularly useful when the workpiece is relatively long and slender. A Headstock base can make by chuck drill, aluminium alloy, 2 bearing it is nice work for mini lathe homemade