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    Default FS: Collet Set - unsure on the specific size/type

    This set of mix-matched collets and holder came to me with another machine. $5 plus a flat rate shipping and its yours. If anyone knows what type that would be great info. I can take some measurements if that would help. The holder is made by Universal Eng. Co. and has a #9 B&S taper to it. as for the collets that go with, they range in length (1.438 - 1.525 inches). The longer ER types are 2.4 inches long.

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    At least some are rigid double taper collets. They do not spring.

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    If Dr. Hook passes I am interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhruska View Post
    If Dr. Hook passes I am interested.
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    If those above pass, I will take it.

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    I had several of those collets at one time, a Gorton quick change chuck also. If they go up to 1" diameter they are probably ZZ style collets, if only 3/4" (maybe 5/8") then Z collets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny VanVoorn View Post
    I had several of those collets at one time, a Gorton quick change chuck also. If they go up to 1" diameter they are probably ZZ style collets, if only 3/4" (maybe 5/8") then Z collets.
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    Dan,
    Then the collet holder is specific to one style only?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhruska View Post
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    Then the collet holder is specific to one style only?
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    John, Exactly, the series ZZ and Z are totally different in overall size. I had a look again at those collets and it sure looks like the Z style collets and chuck so only goes to about 3/4".
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    Thanks Dan!

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    I had to pass on these, sorry for not posting sooner! V

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    Sold...

    Thanks, jhruska


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