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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Tenders are invited for Purchase of machinery/items Model of Lancashire Boiler, Cochran Boiler (model), Model of Dead Weight Safety Valve, Model of Steam Engine, Drill chuck for drilling machine for 15 mm Dri for mechanical department CCET(DG)
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 frayed one end by untwisting it with pliers and stuck the other end into my cordless drill chuck.
It is supplied with a 1/4" stainless steel drill chuck.
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 supply of drill chuck and spray gun
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.