Teknatool Two Year Limited Warranty

Teknatool Two Year Limited Warranty
Explanation of
common chucking techniques
Teknatool Two Year Limited Warranty
This Teknatool product is backed by a TWO YEAR warranty from the date
of purchase. Teknatool International Ltd will repair or replace, at its expense
and option, this Teknatool product which in normal use has proven to be
defective in workmanship or material, provided that the customer returns
the product prepaid to an authorized Teknatool service center with proof of
purchase of the product within TWO YEARS and provides Teknatool with
reasonable opportunity to verify the alleged defect by inspection.
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www.novainfinitychuck.com
EXPANDING DOVETAIL OPERATION
Expansion of the jaws into a recess. This function is for bowl and platter turning where the
projection (depth) of the wood blank is not too great. Specific sizes for each jaw type is stated in
that area. Please refer to your NOVA Chuck manual for information on how to form a recess.
When making a recess it is important to calculate the depth. The recess depth is an important
consideration for maximising the holding power of the jaws, guidelines under each jaw should
be followed closely. The depth of a recess can be varied according to the size and mass of the
workpiece. Larger bowls and softer woods require a deeper recess. Smaller lids and thin platters
generally require a shallower recess. Always use a recess depth in excess of what is required.
IF THERE IS ANY DOUBT INCREASE RECESS DEPTH.
SPIGOT (Tenon) OPERATION
Contraction of the jaws around a wooden spigot for grip. Mainly used for box, goblet and vase
turning, that is, endgrain items with a fair degree of overhang. Generally tailstock support is
minimal or cannot be used because of the need to hollow out the inside. This method seems to
be preferred by many bowl turners over the internal dovetail recess as the foot can later be
re-shaped or removed, if desired, to make a smooth outside bottom of the bowl.
This situation is one of the most difficult to provide secure holding no matter what fixing method
is used. EXTREME CAUTION WITH THIS OPERATION MUST BE EXERCISED. If used properly
however, Teknatool Chucks provide a very secure grip in this mode.Check for adequate contact
and grip of all four jaws into the wood when using this operation.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AN ADEQUATE GRIP BEFORE OPERATION by vigorously wrenching
the work piece mounted in the chuck.If any loosening occurs DO NOT PROCEED with operation.
Repeat tightening procedure and retest grip. Refer to your NOVA chuck manual for information on
forming a spigot.
New Zealand
Teknatool International Ltd
Phone: (+64) 9 477 5600
Fax: (+64) 9 477 5601
United States
Teknatool Service Center
Phone: 727-954-3433
Free Phone: 1-866-748-3025
Free Fax: 1-866-748-4193
Infinity Quick Change
Accessory Jaw
FREE END TURNING
Turning where the work is not supported by the tailstock. Commonly used for all hollow form
work such as bowls, long hollow vases or boxes.
Mounting the INFINITY Quick Change Jaws
on the Chuck
IT IS IMPORTANT TO LOCATE JAWS PROPERLY IN THE JAW SLIDES FOR THE CHUCK TO FUNCTION
SAFELY AND ACCURATELY.
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.teknatool.com
MOUNTING ADD-ON JAWS
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OPERATIONAL MODES
MAINTENANCE
Refer to the tables over and please note that
sizes are a guide only, actual sizes may vary.
Before each use wipe clean the base of the
jaws and dovetail key to make make sure the
jaw gets proper surface contact when
mounting.
Clean jaws after use and spray with a light
Corrosion protectant product like WD40 or
CRC.
Additionally, for longer term storage, wrap in
an oil soaked cloth.
Expanding Dovetail Jaws
THIS METHOD MUST NOT BE USED FOR ANY
WORK LONGER (BOWL DEPTH) THAN 150MM
AS THERE WOULD BE GREAT DANGER OF
WOOD TEARING OUT OF THE CHUCK. DO
NOT EXCEED 700RPM IN THIS MODE. OUT
OF BALANCE STOCK MUST BE TURNED AT
THE SLOWEST SPEED POSSIBLE.
Any recess diameter can be turned between the
max and min Expansion limits of the particular
jaw as in the table above. The optimum turning
recess diameter (on the outside) is as close to
the minimum (detailed above) as possible. As
the recess diameter is increased above the
optimum, less jaw contact is made. Take care
not to make the
Reverse Dovetail (Contracting Action)
This method is used to grip bowls with a foot
mounting. The size of the foot being between
the min and max contracting sixe of the jaw as
in the table above. The optimum foot diameter
is about the minimum contracting foot size of
the jaw. Larger foot diameters can be used
but above the edges of the jaws can mark the
wood. It is suggested that masking tape is used
to protect the foot from jaw marks.
Spigot (Tenon) Mounting (Contracting
Action)
Wood should be pre-machined to a cylinder (to
optimize balance) with a diameter no greater
than max clamping diameter of the jaw. This
method can be used to grip pre-machined/preturned spigots.
SPIGOT SIZE SHOULD BE WITHIN
CONTRACTING LIMITS AND USE FULL
SPIGOT LENGTH OF JAWS, AS
DETAILED IN TABLE OVER.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
Add on jaws do not run true
POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION
Check jaws are mounted correctly on jaw
slides. For method see Page 9. For accuracy
parameters see Page 2. When the jaws are
expanded beyond a 50mm circle they will
appear to be running out but in fact are
maintaining concentricity. Always evaluate
runout from turned wood clamped in jaws
FIG 1
1.Using the supplied Chuck Key, turn the
chuck pinion gear clockwise to open the jaws
to their outer most position (as in Figure 1).
IMPORTANT: Never leave the Chuck key in
the chuck when not in use!
3.With the Lock Push Pin fully depressed in,
position a desired jaw on the left side of a
free Jaw Slide and slide the Jaw clockwise in
a circular motion into place in the Jaw Slide.
Remove the Pin holding the lock push pin in
and ensure the jaw is securely locked in place.
(Figure 3).
Repeat for all remaining free Jaws.
FIG 2
2. Push in the Lock Push Pin on the back of the
Jaw Side Using the pin in the end of the Chuck
Key Handle to release the locking mechanism
(Figure 2).
FIG 3
UN-MOUNTING ADD-ON JAWS
PROBLEM
Accessory Jaws when Wound to
centre do not meet
POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION
Slides have not engaged sequentially in
clockwise order with scroll - 1-2-3-4. Jaw Slides
could have been inserted out of order.
FIG 5
1. With the Lock Push Pin fully depressed
in, slide the Jaw anti-clockwise in a circular
motion Out of the Jaw Slide. Remove the Pin
holding the lock push pin. (Figure 5).Repeat for
all remaining Jaws.
FIG 4
2. With the jaws opened to their outermost
position, push in the Lock Push Pin on the back
of the Jaw Side using the pin in the end of the
Chuck Key Handle to release the locking mechanism (Figure 4).
NOTE: if the collet is not coming out of the Chuck, check the Lock pin is fully depressed.
If it is and the jaw still can’t be removed, lightly tap the jaw anti-clockwise out of the Chuck.
NOVA Infinity Quick Change Accessory Jaw Manual
Publication Code: 120-1013-010
Patent Pending: 603820
© Teknatool International 2012-2013
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING OUR NOVA INFINITY QUICK CHANGE ACCESSORY JAW.
This is a quick start manual. For a complete manual, to watch videos and register your warranty, please go to www.novainfinitychuck.com
WARNING! ONLY use the NOVA Chuck handle supplied to tighten the jaws. DO NOT use
longer arm hex wrenches, ratchets, or other devices which may over tighten and cause
excessive and unnecessary torque. It can be dangerous to over tighten, causing excessive
stress on product and on the project itself. The NOVA chuck handle supplied is sufficient to
tighten the Infinity Chuck Jaws for normal turning operations.
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
Warning! Failure to follow these rules may result in serious personal injury.
DANGER: THIS CHUCK IS CAPABLE OF CONTRIBUTING TO SERIOUS INJURY, AS WITH ANY OTHER
POWERTOOL ACCESSORY, IF USED IMPROPERLY ON THE LATHE FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, READ THE
MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING THE TOOL.
Learn the machine’s application and limitations plus the specific hazards peculiar to it.
1.ALWAYS USE A FULL FACE SHIELD Strongly recommended (must comply with ANSI STANDARD
Z87.1 -USA) Everyday eye-glasses usually are only impact resistant and safety glasses only protect eyes.
A full face shield fill protect the eyes and face. Also use face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty
2.WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Do not wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings, bracelets or other
jewelry which may get caught in moving parts. Non slip footwear is recommended. Wear protective hair
covering to contain long hair.
3.USE EAR PROTECTORS. Use ear muffs for extended period of operation. Use muffs rated to 103 DBA
LEQ (8 hour).
4.DON’T USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT. Don’t use power tools in damp or wet locations, or
expose them to rain. Keep work area well lighted.
5.KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents. Build up of sawdust is a fire
hazard.
6.KEEP CHILDREN AND VISITORS AWAY. All children and visitors should be kept a safe distance from
work area.
7.MAKE WORKSHOP CHILDPROOF with locks, master switches, or by removing starter keys.
8.GROUND ALL TOOLS. This tool is equipped with a three prong plug, it should be plugged into a three
hole electrical receptacle. If an adapter is used to accommodate a two-prong receptacle, the adapter lug
must be attached to a known ground. Never remove the third prong.
9.MAKE SURE TOOL IS DISCONNECTED FROM POWER SUPPLY
while the motor is being mounted, connected, or reconnected.
10.DISCONNECT TOOLS before servicing and when changing accessories such as blades, bits cutters, etc.
11.AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING. Make sure switch is in the Off position before plugging in power
cord.
12.NEVER LEAVE MACHINE RUNNING UNATTENDED. Do not leave tool unless it is turned off and
has come to a complete stop.
13.KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working order.
14.USE RIGHT TOOL.
Do not use a tool or attachment to do a job for which it was not designed. Wherever possible stand to one
side of the revolving wood
15.USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. The use of improper accessories may cause hazards.
16.DON’T FORCE TOOL. It will do the job better and be safer at the rate for which it was designed.
17.MAINTAIN TOOLS IN TOP CONDITION. Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
18.NEVER STAND ON TOOL. Serious injury could occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is accidentally contacted.
19.REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES. Form a habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are removed from tool before turning it on.
20.DON’T OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
21.DIRECTION OF FEED. Feed work into a blade or cutter against the direction of rotation of the blade or
cutter only.
22.ATTENTION TO WORK. Concentrate on your work. If you become tired or frustrated, leave it for
awhile and rest.
23.SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a vice to hold work when practical. It’s safer than using your hand and
frees both hands to operate tool.
24.CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use of the tool, any part that is damaged should be carefully
checked to ensure that it will operate properly and perform its intended function. Check for alignment of
moving parts, binding of moving parts, mounting, and any other conditions that may affect its operation.
Any damaged part should be properly repaired or replaced.
25.DRUGS, ALCOHOL, MEDICATION. Do not operate tool while under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or
any medication.
26.DUST WARNING. The dust generated by certain woods and wood products can be injurious to your
health. Always operate machinery in well ventilated areas and provide for proper dust removal. Use wood
dust collection systems whenever possible.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULES
DO NOT MODIFY OR USE LATHE FOR USES OTHER THAN FOR WHICH IT WAS DESIGNED.
1.SEEK INSTRUCTION. If you are not thoroughly familiar with the operation of wood lathes, obtain advice
from your supervisor, instructor, or other qualified person. Instruction from a qualified person is strongly
recommended.
BOWL JAW SIZING
Jaw Bowl Jaw Series #1 Bowl Jaw Series # 2 Bowl Jaw Series #3 Bowl Jaw Series #4 Bowl Jaw Series #5 Bowl Jaw Series #6 Bowl Jaw Series #7 Jaw Spigot length Chuck Precision Midi
Nova G3
Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Precision Midi
Nova G3
9mm/0.354" Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Precision Midi
Nova G3
12.5mm/0.492" Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Precision Midi
Nova G3
15.5mm/0.61" Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Precision Midi
Nova G3
19mm/0.748" Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Precision Midi
Nova G3
22mm/0.866" Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Precision Midi
Nova G3 25mm/0.984" Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
9mm/0.354" Contracting Expanding 16mm / 0.63 "‐ 23mm / 0.906 "
16mm / 0.63 "‐ 33mm / 1.229 "
16mm / 0.63 "‐ 33mm / 1.229 "
16mm / 0.63 "‐ 50mm / 1.969 "
31mm / 1.22 "‐ 38mm / 1.496 "
31mm / 1.22 "‐ 48mm / 1.89 "
31mm / 1.22 "‐ 48mm / 1.89 "
31mm / 1.22 "‐ 65mm / 2.559 "
46mm / 1.811 "‐ 53mm / 2.087 "
46mm / 1.811 "‐ 63mm / 2.48 "
46mm / 1.811 "‐ 63mm / 2.48 "
46mm / 1.811 "‐ 80mm / 3.15 "
NOT RECOMENDED
61mm / 2.402 "‐ 78mm / 3.071 "
61mm / 2.402 "‐ 78mm / 3.071 "
61mm / 2.402 "‐ 95mm / 3.74 "
NOT RECOMENDED
76mm / 2.992 "‐ 93mm / 3.661 "
76mm / 2.992 "‐ 93mm/ 3.661 "
76mm / 2.992 "‐ 110mm / 4.331 "
NOT RECOMENDED
NOT RECOMENDED
89mm / 3.504 "‐ 106mm / 4.173 "
89mm / 3.504 "‐ 123mm / 4.843 "
NOT RECOMENDED
NOT RECOMENDED
102mm / 4.016 "‐ 119mm / 4.685 "
102mm / 4.016 "‐ 136mm / 5.354 "
34mm / 1.339 "‐ 41mm / 1.614 "
34mm / 1.339 "‐ 51mm / 2.008 "
34mm / 1.339 "‐ 51mm / 2.008 "
34mm / 1.339 "‐ 68mm / 2.667 "
51mm / 2.008 "‐ 58mm / 2.283 "
51mm / 2.008 "‐ 68mm / 2.677 "
51mm / 2.008 "‐ 68mm / 2.677 "
51mm / 2.008 "‐ 85mm / 3.346 "
68mm / 2.677 "‐ 75mm / 2.953 "
68mm / 2.677 "‐ 85mm / 3.346 "
68mm / 2.677 "‐ 85mm / 3.346 "
68mm / 2.677 "‐ 102mm / 4.016 "
NOT RECOMENDED
85mm / 3.346 "‐ 102mm / 4.016 "
85mm / 3.346 "‐ 102mm / 4.016 "
85mm / 3.346 "‐ 119mm / 4.685 "
NOT RECOMENDED
102mm / 4.016 "‐ 119mm / 4.685 "
102mm / 4.016 "‐ 119mm / 4.685 "
102mm / 4.016 "‐ 136mm / 5.354 "
NOT RECOMENDED
NOT RECOMENDED
119mm / 4.685 "‐ 136mm / 5.354 "
119mm / 4.685 "‐ 153mm / 6.024 "
NOT RECOMENDED
NOT RECOMENDED
136mm / 5.354 "‐ 153mm / 6.024 "
136mm / 5.354 "‐ 170mm / 6.693 "
2.MAKE SURE WOOD is securely clamped in the chuck before turning it on
3.EXAMINE WORK PIECE and glue joints before turning to make sure it has no defects that would cause it
to break when turning.
4.CHECK SET-UP with power Off. Examine the set-up carefully and rotate the work piece by hand to check
clearance before turning on power.
5.ADJUST TOOLREST close to the work piece. Before turning, revolve the stock by hand to make sure it
clears the rest. At intervals, stop the lathe and readjust the toolrest.
6.DO NOT MAKE ADJUSTMENTS when the lathe or work piece is turning. Make all adjustments with
power Off.
7.TIGHTEN ALL CLAMP HANDLES on the headstock, tailstock, and toolrest before operating lathe.
8.USE LOWEST SPEED when turning a new or unbalanced work piece.
9.USE CORRECT SPEED for turning the wood blank as wood speed will vary depending on diameter.
10.KEEP TOOL ON TOOLREST. Tools should remain on the toolrest whenever the tool is engaged in
contact with the work piece.
11.DO NOT ROTATE CHUCK under power without wood being gripped and securely tightened in the chuck.
12.USE CORRECT LATHE TOOLS. Do not use spindle turning chisels for faceplate mounted work, and
vice versa. Spindle turning tools used for faceplate turning may grab the work piece and pull the chisel from
your control.
13.DO NOT POUND WORK PIECE into headstock drive (spur) center while attached to the lathe when
turning between centers. Pound the drive center into the work piece with a soft mallet before installing it
between centers in the lathe.
14.DO NOT USE TAILSTOCK to drive work piece into the drive (spur) center when turning between centers. Secure work between centers with light pressure from the tailstock quill action.
15.FASTEN STOCK SECURELY BETWEEN CENTERS. Make sure the tailstock is locked before turning on
the power.
16.NEVER LOOSEN TAILSTOCK spindle or tailstock while work piece is turning.
ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION WHICH COMPLIES WITH CURRENT ANSI STANDARD Z87.1 (USA).
17. RECOMMEND THAT A FULL FACE SHIELD BE USED AT ALL TIMES.
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MAKE SURE CHUCK IS SECURED properly on lathe spindle. Follow mounting instructions for your lathe
for faceplates and other spindle fixtures.
18.MAKE SURE CHUCK JAWS ARE SECURELY ATTACHED to the chuck by vigorously wrenching each
of the four jaws to check they are firmly in place.
19.DO NOT ROTATE CHUCK UNDER POWER WITHOUT WOOD BEING GRIPPED.
20.EXCESSIVE SPEED IS A SERIOUS LATHE HAZARD. ALWAYS TURN AT THE SLOWEST SPEED
POSSIBLE. Speed will vary with wood blank size. The larger the blank the slower the speed. Consult your
lathe manual or lathe information plate for speed guidelines.
21.DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THE CHUCK UNLESS THE LATHE SPEEDS ARE KNOWN, YOU MUST
STRICTLY FOLLOW THE MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS SET OUT IN THE OPERATING SECTION OF THIS
MANUAL. DO NOT EXCEED THEM UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
22.DO NOT TURN IN REVERSE. Do not use this chuck for reverse turning operations. Light reverse
operations i.e. sanding, polishing are allowed, do not exceed 2000rpm in reverse.
23.EXAMINE WOOD CAREFULLY. ONLY MOUNT WOOD THAT IS SOUND, if any cracks, splits, or
weakness is found in wood - DO NOT MOUNT ON CHUCK.
24.DO NOT MOUNT ANY WOOD THAT IS LIKELY TO BREAK UP DURING TURNING (E.G. ROTTEN OR
SPONGY WOOD). DO NOT USE POORLY JOINTED/LAMINATED WOOD.
25.IRREGULAR OR OUT OF BALANCE STOCK needs to be turned at the slowest possible speed until it is
in balance.
26.MAKE SURE WOOD is clamped firmly. Follow mounting instructions for different gripping modes and
jaw types. In the expansion mode do not use undue force or jaws may split the wood.
27.DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM guidelines in this manual for wood blank diameters/length set out in this
manual for different modes and jaw types.
28.DO NOT USE WITH ANY COPYTURNER OPERATIONS
29.CHECK WOOD IS SECURELY HELD in chuck, before operation. Check grip by vigorously wrenching
wood blank back and forth. If any loosening occurs, re-examine holding area for adequate grip (Following
mounting guidelines) and any damage to holding area. Rotate manually to make sure of clearance before
switching power on.
30.WARNING FOR SAFE OPERATION. DO NOT EXTEND JAW SLIDES BEYOND CHUCK BODY UNDER
ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
SMOOTH COLUMN JAW SIZING
Jaw Jaw Spigot length Chuck Precision Midi
Nova G3 Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Precision Midi
Nova G3 Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Precision Midi
Nova G3 Infinity/SN2
Nova Titan
Smooth Column Jaw Series #1 Smooth Column Jaw Series #2 Smooth Column Jaw Series #3 Contracting Expanding 32mm/1.259" - 39mm/1.535"
34mm / 1.339 "‐ 41mm / 1.614 "
34mm / 1.339 "‐ 51mm / 2.008 "
34mm / 1.339 "‐ 51mm / 2.008 "
34mm / 1.339 "‐ 68mm / 2.667 "
51mm / 2.008 "‐ 58mm / 2.283 "
51mm / 2.008 "‐ 68mm / 2.677 "
51mm / 2.008 "‐ 68mm / 2.677 "
51mm / 2.008 "‐ 85mm / 3.346 "
68mm / 2.677 "‐ 75mm / 2.953 "
68mm / 2.677 "‐ 85mm / 3.346 "
68mm / 2.677 "‐ 85mm / 3.346 "
68mm / 2.677 "‐ 102mm / 4.016 "
16mm / 0.63 "‐ 33mm / 1.229 "
28.6mm/ ‐ 48.5mm
16mm / 0.63 "‐ 50mm / 1.969 "
31mm / 1.22 "‐ 38mm / 1.496 "
31mm / 1.22 "‐ 48mm / 1.89 "
31mm / 1.22 "‐ 48mm / 1.89 "
31mm / 1.22 "‐ 65mm / 2.559 "
46mm / 1.811 "‐ 53mm / 2.087 "
46mm / 1.811 "‐ 63mm / 2.48 "
46mm / 1.811 "‐ 63mm / 2.48 "
46mm / 1.811 "‐ 80mm / 3.15 "
SAW TOOTH JAW SIZING
Jaw
Saw Tooth
Jaws #1
Saw Tooth
Jaws #2
Jaw Spigot length
25.5mm/1"
28.5mm/1.12"
Chuck
Saw Tooth
Jaws #4
31.5mm/1.24"
34.5mm/1.36"
Expanding
Precision Midi
Nova G3
29mm/1.142”- 36mm/1.417”
48.8mm / 1.921 "- 55.8mm / 2.197"
29mm / 1.142 "- 46mm / 1.811"
48.8mm / 1.921 "- 65.8mm / 2.591"
Infinity/SN2
29mm / 1.142 "- 46mm / 1.811 "
48.8mm / 1.921 "- 65.8mm / 2.591"
Nova Titan
29mm / 1.142 "- 63mm / 2.48 "
48.8mm / 1.921 "- 82.8mm / 3.26"
Precision Midi
46mm / 1.811 "- 53mm / 2.087"
65.8mm / 2.591 "- 72.8mm / 2.866"
Nova G3
46mm / 1.811 "- 63mm / 2.48"
65.8mm / 2.591 "- 82.8mm / 3.26"
Infinity/SN2
46mm / 1.811 "- 63mm / 2.48"
65.8mm / 2.591 "- 82.8mm / 3.26"
Nova Titan
46mm / 1.811 "- 80mm / 3.15"
65.8mm / 2.591 "- 99.8mm / 3.929"
Precision Midi
Saw Tooth
Jaws #3
Contracting
Nova G3
NOT RECOMENDED
NOT RECOMENDED
63mm / 2.48"- 80mm / 3.15"
82.8mm / 3.26"- 99.8mm / 3.929"
Infinity/SN2
63mm / 2.48"- 80mm / 3.15"
82.8mm / 3.26"- 99.8mm / 3.929"
Nova Titan
63mm / 2.48"- 97mm / 3.819"
82.8mm / 3.26"- 116.8mm / 4.598"
Precision Midi
NOT RECOMENDED
NOT RECOMENDED
Nova G3
NOT RECOMENDED
NOT RECOMENDED
Infinity/SN2
80mm / 3.15"- 97mm / 3.819"
99.8mm / 3.929 "- 116.8mm / 4.598 "
Nova Titan
80mm / 3.15"- 114mm / 4.488"
99.8mm / 3.929 "- 133.8mm / 5.268"
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