Beall Collet Chuck

Beall Collet Chuck
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    Beall Collet Chuck

    Our Price: $79.95

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      Hold pen mandrels, bottle stoppers, finials and other small work without marking or marring the wood’s surface with the Beall® Collet Chuck.
    • Requires collet for use
    • 5 sizes of collets to choose from
    • 1/32" range of movement
    • Precision ground collets for accuracy
    • Uses ER-32 type collets
    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

    Excellent quality and performance

    Comments On May 14, 2013:I use this to hold dowels for making finials, and for holding bottle stoppers and other small turnings. The machining is excellent, and it holds the parts rock solid with no marring and no wavering. Collets install and release easily (be sure to read the instructions on how to install and remove them). Expensive, but you get what you pay for, and having tried (and returned) the Apprentice Collet Chuck, I can assure you the Beall is MUCH higher quality.

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