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Old 05-13-2018, 09:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'm using a Nova G3. What jaws do I order for chucking these drivers. Diameter is .625. Thanks
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Your best bet would be to set your self up with set of collet check with ER-32 collets
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Agree....Collet Chuck.
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Beall collet chuck
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I gave wrong info. Need to chuck up to 5/8”
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MY reference still holds, buy the beall er32 chuck, then go on ebay and buy an er32 collet set or you can get one from amazon.
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I really love my PSI collet chuck too. Not as "fancy" as the Beall perhaps, but works beautifully for everything I've tried.
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the real difference between PSI and Beall is the knurled collet nut on the PSI. If you do a lot of close work or sanding near the collet, the Beall is knuckle friendly and your hand would bounce off. The PSI you have to keep away from the collet nut. Really depends on what you are making and how close you push your safety limits.
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the real difference between PSI and Beall is the knurled collet nut on the PSI. If you do a lot of close work or sanding near the collet, the Beall is knuckle friendly and your hand would bounce off. The PSI you have to keep away from the collet nut. Really depends on what you are making and how close you push your safety limits.
How are you supposed to learn to keep your hands clear of the chuck without a little blood from your knuckles?
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OH I HEAR THAT! Disclaimer, I'm not saying one should pick up bad habbits. I'm just saying in the 2 years of using it, I've hit the collet nut 3 times, luckily the Beall is smooth so no blood. However, other PSI owners have noted BLOOD!
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