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Old 12-02-2017, 01:53 PM
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What are these tools?

A friend ended up with this set in a bunch of tools that were given to him by a relative... He doesn't know what it is for and neither do I, but hopefully some of the older and wiser among you can enlighten me

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They are collets
They go in the head of the machine, and hold what you are chucking
Could be a variety of tooling

They would be used in a milling machine like this one I just sold
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I see. Well I feel smarter now
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LOL
You are richer if you find out which milling machine they go to
A box like that....... $500-1000

look it up in the msc big book


Tooling is worth WAY more than the machines.......
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If you look at the mill I posted, on the bottom of the motor, is a chuck.
The collet goes in there
Here is a side view

Think of it as a drill chuck
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Nice wooden box, also! I'm trying to skirt around the fact that I don't know what they are.
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