P/N 2090 Clockmaker's Arbor, 8 mm to 3/4-16
P/N 2091 Clockmaker's Arbor, 10 mm "D" to 3/4-16
P/N 2092 Clockmaker's Arbor, 8 mm to 3/8-24
P/N 2093 Clockmaker's Arbor, 10 mm "D" to 3/8-24
P/N 2094 Clockmaker's Gearcutting Arbor, 7 mm to Morse #1 taper
P/N 2095 Clockmaker's Gearcutting Arbor, 7 mm to 10 mm "D" Collet
P/N 2096 Clockmaker's Gearcutting Arbor, 7 mm to 8 mm WW Collet
These arbors are not designed to be used on Sherline lathes, but rather are specifically suited to the types of lathes often used by jewelers and watchmakers. Though highly accurate, these machines are often not very versatile.
The 3/4-16 Arbors provide a way to mount a Sherline 3-Jaw or 4-Jaw Chuck to this type of lathe. The 3/8-24 Arbors allow a 1/4" or 3/8" Drill Chuck to be mounted. The ability to mount these chucks adds a great deal of versatility to this type of special purpose tool.
The P/N 2094 Gear cutting Arbor with its #1 Morse taper can be used on your Sherline Lathe. With use of a P/N 1156 8 mm Adapter, the P/N 2096 8 mm arbor can also be used on Sherline lathes, although the normal system for mounting chucks is recommended. P/N 2095 and 2096 are primarily designed to be used on watchmaker's lathes that accept 8.0 mm or 10.0 mm "D" collets.
These pot collets are designed to be used on watchmaker's lathes that accept a 10.0 mm "D" collet. Sherline also offers WW pot collets that can be used on the Sherline lathe. (See P/N 2100.)"Pot" or "step" collets are designed to hold larger and odd shaped pieces. The collets are split and have a 1/8" hole through. It is your job to bore them to fit your application. This is accomplished by tightening the collet in the lathe on the 1/8" pin supplied and boring the collet to the size needed. The depth of the bore shouldn't exceed .200" (5 mm). The diameter shouldn't exceed .625" (16 mm) on the 3/4" pot collet, .875 (22 mm) on the 1" pot collet or 1.125" on the 1-1/4" pot collet. Part numbers for each are: 3/4"—P/N 2103, 1"—P/N 2104 and 1-1/4"—P/N 2105.
NOTE:Pot collets are designed to hold material only on the face end, not through the collet.
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