We supply a #0 Morse arbor for use in the tailstock for center drilling. They are available in 5/32″, 1/4″ and 3/8″ sizes. Runout is .003″ or less. If runout of less than this amount is required, collets should be used to hold the drill rather than a chuck.
This larger drill chuck will hold drills from 1/32″ (.8 mm) to 3/8″ (9.5 mm) in diameter. Because of its longer length and ability to hold longer 3/8″ drills, it is normally recommended for use on the longer 4400-series lathes. It comes with a #0 Morse arbor for use in the tailstock. Also included is a #1 Morse arbor and drawbolt so the chuck can be used in the lathe or mill headstock as well.
- Chuck Capacity - 1/32″ (.8 mm) – 3/8″ (9.5 mm)
- Arbor - #0 Morse for tailstock and #1 Morse for headstock
- Runout - .003″ or less
- Includes - chuck key, drawbolt+washer and 2 arbors
11810 - Chuck key, 3/8"″ drill chuck
11880 - threaded arbor, #1 Morse taper
11890 - threaded arbor, #0 Morse taper
11801 - 3/8″ drill chuck body
30880 - 1/4-20 x 5″ drawbolt with centering washer (for #1 Morse arbors)
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