A Bezel Chuck (also known as a jeweler's or watch maker's chuck) is used to hold objects like medallions. It is particularly useful for guilloché work.
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- Amplitude Adjusters by Al Collins. Al explains the history of amplitude adjusters and how they work, then surveys the current crop of these very useful rose engine accessories.
Ornamental Turners International Newsletter, Volume 27, No. 1 - May, 2020, pg. 16
- Amplitude Adjuster for an MDF Rose Engine by Rich Colvin.
Ornamental Turners International Newsletter, Volume 26, No. 2 - Winter, 2019, pg. 23
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