drill chuck

drill chuck

[′dril ‚chək]
(design engineering)
A chuck for holding a drill or other cutting tool on a spindle.
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Install the end mill in the drill chuck and simply move the lower around the cutter with the crank handles on the cross slide vise in the same manner as a milling machine table.
I have several, including one that is made from, a drill chuck. I just clamp the handle in the larger vise and then place the smaller item in the chuck.
I frayed one end by untwisting it with pliers and stuck the other end into my cordless drill chuck. I pushed into the drain as I pulled the trigger on the drill.
It is supplied with a 1/4" stainless steel drill chuck. All control valves are contained within a NEMA-rated electrical enclosure.
Take the key out of the drill chuck before switching on.
You fit a small adaptor into your drill chuck which can take a whole range of drill bits, screwdrivers or countersinks - all without having to undo the drill chuck.
Tenders are invited for Keyless drill chuck 1-13mm with 3mt arbor make
I placed the tap in a drill chuck in my tailstock, with the tailstock loose so the tap could be advanced into the work as it was being tapped.
* Self-priming pumps attach directly to a drill chuck to use the drill motor as a power source; connected to a garden hose, it can deliver up to 250 gallons per hour.