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  1. #1
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    Default Burnerd Multisize chuck

    For reasons I can't explain, work had this buried in a cupboard. I can't explain it because none of the lathes there are D1-3, so why it was there in the first place is a mystery. My lathe at home is happily D1-3, so this is on holidays at the moment at my place. (Negotiations are continuing...) It is a Burnerd Multisize collet chuck. With the right collets it will do from 1/16" up to 1-1/2" diameter. The chuck is activated with a thing that looks like an overgrown drill chuck key.

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    In the bottom of the original container were three bits of paper - instructions inseveral languages. As the paper has been on the receiving end of some harsh treatment, I thought I'd post scans here for posterity.

    Chuck 2.pdf Chuck 3.pdf Chuck 1.pdf

    Michael

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    We have 2 of these at work in the next size up (plus a couple of machines that use the same collets) and they're awesome.
    Gear cutting specialists and general engineers www.hardmanbros.com.au
    Fine pitch gear cutting from 0.1 Module www.rigear.com.au

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    Not sure if anyone is chasing any collets:



    $250 @ Flinders park, Adelaide.

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