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Old 05-15-2018, 04:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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In addition to a collet chuck( I have the Beall), I purchased a metric set of er32 collets. They go from 2mm to 18 - 20 mm....donít remember which without checking. These let me chuck almost any size with out having to turn the piece to fit fhe collet.
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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!
No blood here, just a little chuck rash!
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Beall twice the quality that that of PSI.
Even Craft supplies Apprentice has less run out that PSI.

Go Beall and don't look back.
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Beall twice the quality that that of PSI.
Even Craft supplies Apprentice has less run out that PSI.

Go Beall and don't look back.
I have 2 PSI chucks, neither have any significant run out, both are as good as my Beall collet chuck. The biggest problem with PSI is people fail to properly seat the collet in the chuck nut. Yes, I have 3, I also have 2 shops, one at home and one at our place in New Mexico.
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