5/32″ Drill Chuck with #0 Morse Arbor
These chucks are useful for holding very small drills and their shorter length provides an increase of about 1/2″ in working space between centers compared to the 1/4″ drill chuck. A #0 Morse arbor has been pressed into the Jacobs taper in the back of the chuck. It is used in the tailstock and does not require a drawbolt.
Runout, as specified by the manufacturer, is .004″ or less but we try to maintain .003″ or less in our testing process. If runout of less than .003″ amount is required, collets should be used to hold the drill rather than a chuck.
NOTE: Because the arbor is pressed into the chuck, it is not interchangeable from chuck to chuck. A separate chuck must be purchased for #0 and #1 Morse use.
Always wear safety glasses when operating machine tools.
|Chuck Capacity||#80 (.0135″ or .34 mm) – 5/32″ (4 mm)|
|Arbor||#0 Morse for tailstock|
|Runout||.003″ or less|