Definition of Collet chuck
1. Noun. A cone-shaped chuck used for holding cylindrical pieces in a lathe.
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Literary usage of Collet chuck
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1. Thread-cutting Methods: A Treatise on the Operation and Use of Various Tools by Franklin Day Jones (1918)
"... which are also inserted in this friction chuck, have a standard taper hole for receiving drill shanks. Fig. 8. Horton Quick-change collet chuck and ..."
2. Machine Tools and Workshop Practice for Engineering Students and Apprentices by Alfred Parr (1905)
"The spring-collet chuck was first made for gripping drawn stock, the diameter of which varied but little. This chuck was a success when used on such stock, ..."
3. Manufacture of Artillery Ammunition by John Herbert Van Deventer, E. A. Suverkrop, Robert Mawson, Fred Herbert Colvin (1917)
"The work is held in a collet chuck. At the back is the turning tool held in the ... The work is chucked in the collet chuck, and the machine is started. ..."
4. Modern Drilling Practice: A Treatise on the Use of Various Types of Single by Edward K. Hammond (1919)
"To operate this collet chuck, it is merely necessary to lift the releasing ring which allows the collet in the chuck to be instantly removed and another ..."
5. Machine Tools and Their Operation by Fred H. Colvin, Frank A. Stanley (1922)
"collet chuck for center drills. over the drill, as shown in the drawing. A light blow with a soft hammer, on the end of the tubing, secures both collet and ..."
6. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1918)
"... withdrawn for regular work and replaced by special boring lathes of our own make, in which the work is held inside the spindle by an air collet chuck. ..."