Manufacturer of earring holder slats, instant frame inserts, framed earring holders and scarf slides
artmakersworld, Yes, here are pics. The first is the spigot jaws (that held the dowel rod) assembled to the chuck. This was attached to the headstock. The 2nd photo shows the parts for the tailstock, drill bit I used to take most of the wood out, then the Forstner bits I used to get a clean inside edge and finish the "hollowing out" process. I sold the lathe so can't show a photo of the parts attached to the lathe. I hollowed out about 20 8" dowels before I concluded the process, though it worked perfectly, would be too labor intensive for mass production of the scarf slides I'm making so all of these parts are nearly brand new and not returnable, so for sale if you are (or anyone else is) interested. You can get all these parts at Rockler. Hope that info posted earlier on all the parts and specifications and the pics clarify for you. Good Luck!