My collet set runs from 1/16 to 1-1/8 by 64ths. I did have them arranged by ascending size but it was always a hassle to pick a specific one because often the size was difficult to read and even when I could read the number I had to do a bit of hunting.

My collet rack is 8 columns by 9 rows. I put all the 64ths together in the first 5 columns by 6 rows. So now (reading across from left to right and by 64ths) I have 11,13,15,17,19 . In the second row I have 21,23,25,27,29. The third row is 31,33,35,37,39, and so on down to 63. This leaves 3 slots in the last row vacant (63 being the last 64th) so that is where I put 5,7,9.

This left me with 3 rows under the 64th block. I did the same thing with 32nds: [1,3,5,7,9]; [11,13,15,17,19] … with 31 occupying the 6th column, last row.

In the 6th column I put the 16ths in ascending order reading down

The 7th column is by 8ths

The last column is for 1” and larger (again by 64ths)

This has made it easier for me to pick any given collet.

My collet rack is 8 columns by 9 rows. I put all the 64ths together in the first 5 columns by 6 rows. So now (reading across from left to right and by 64ths) I have 11,13,15,17,19 . In the second row I have 21,23,25,27,29. The third row is 31,33,35,37,39, and so on down to 63. This leaves 3 slots in the last row vacant (63 being the last 64th) so that is where I put 5,7,9.

This left me with 3 rows under the 64th block. I did the same thing with 32nds: [1,3,5,7,9]; [11,13,15,17,19] … with 31 occupying the 6th column, last row.

In the 6th column I put the 16ths in ascending order reading down

The 7th column is by 8ths

The last column is for 1” and larger (again by 64ths)

This has made it easier for me to pick any given collet.

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