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    Sure send me a PM. Thanks!

    Sure send me a PM. Thanks!
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    I've contacted Marlin about their products,...

    I've contacted Marlin about their products, thanks.

    I'm going to abandon the Magic chuck system for now. I don't do any drill fixture work yet. I agree that if I had the volume, and agreeable...
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    MT is great don’t get me wrong. But compared to...

    MT is great don’t get me wrong. But compared to the Summit and Ooya’s built-in ejection rods, this Carlton is very slow. It really adds up when you have multiple tool changes per part. Sometimes 4...
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    The PDQ looks simliar to the Kwik switch. But...

    The PDQ looks simliar to the Kwik switch. But the website sucks, no pricing. Don't see much on the used market either. Kwik switch seems to be more common.

    I ran accross the McCrosky Wizard...
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    Ah yes I forgot about those Kwik switch holders. ...

    Ah yes I forgot about those Kwik switch holders. We had one on a Ceruti horizontal mill and it worked well for that. Was a little tricky to move the spring-loaded collar by hand (usually had to use...
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    Collis Magic Chuck - keep or move on?

    I picked up a Carlton radial arm drill for my new shop. It doesn't have a hollow spindle with a knockout rod like the Summits I used to run. With the Summit you simply rotate the quill upwards...
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