Drilling chucks

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Drilling chuck / for CNC machines

The MEGA Micro Chuck is manufactured...

Drilling chuck / keyless

For cordless and corded drills,...

Drilling chuck / keyless

The Supra model is manufactured...

Drilling chuck

This drilling chuck is...

Drilling chuck

The key-type drill chucks with key...

Clamp chuck / milling / drilling / high-speed

NEW BABY CHUCK is capable of...

Drilling chuck / milling / hydraulic / for CNC machines

Integral sleeve structure that makes...

Drilling chuck / quick-change

● Stub drilling,...

Drilling chuck / for CNC machines

Application • Special purpose...

Drilling chuck

The drill chuck...

Drilling chuck / tapping

This self reversing tapping attachment is designed for use on drilling...

Drilling chuck / tapping

They fulfill all the requirements for tapping tolerance compliant threads...

Drilling chuck / quick-change

The SBK quick change system is for use on drilling machines, either manual, radial...

Drilling chuck / for CNC machines / quick-change

The Bilz stub drilling system consists of the ASR drill chuck used in conjunction...

How to choose this product

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Drill chucks are three-jaw, self-centering chucks that hold drill bits in place for drilling operations. They can be used on cordless drills, drill presses, lathes and computer numeric control (CNC) milling machines.

Applications

These devices hold bits in place for drilling operations. They also can hold other rotary tools, such as reamers and screwdriver bits.

Technologies

Drill chucks consist of three concentric jaws whose diameter does not exceed 25 mm (about one inch). The jaws are manually opened and closed, either with or without a key.

How to choose

Choice of drill chuck depends on the nature of the machine or tool to which it will be attached. For CNC or lathe drill chucks, be sure to determine the machine's spindle type.

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