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    Question MT 2 spinning chuck

    I am looking for a drill type of chuck on a MT2 taper that is on ball bearing or spinns freely, any one have one that they want to sell or somebody know where I can get one

    Jerry

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    I think these are called "cat heads". Not real sure about that though

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    The old Jacobs No.100 chuck has bronze jaws. All you do is lightly clamp, lock and oil. Mine has an #2MT mount but I like mine so it's not for sale. (Sorry) Great for doing motor armatures!

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    Did you look at the ones Bison makes?Ithink KBC has them also MSC,they have a mt2 shank on the back of a three jaw chuck mounted on ball bearings,seems it goes for about $175.00?
    I just need one more tool,just one!

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    Awh screw it!Damn link won't work,anyway Msc has then in their catalog,look under rotating three jaw chuck,taper mounted.

    BTW They went up in price.

    [This message has been edited by wierdscience (edited 10-30-2003).]
    I just need one more tool,just one!

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    They're called "chuck centers." Easy enough to make. Mine takes the form of a 6" 4 jaw with a 60 degree conical fit machined out of the back. I use the bell center to support it.

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