Drill chuck or collet?
Drill chucks provide more convenience to quickly change the tools when working with shafts of varying diameters (e.g. HSS drills as per DIN 338). However, because of their technical setup, they have a few drawbacks compared to collets: Less clamping force and higher concentricity tolerances. If high precision is necessary, then working with MICROMOT steel collets is a must.
Three-jaw Steel Drill Chuck
Allows to quickly and easily change accessories. Fits all MICROMOT rotary tools (except the Engraver GG 12, the Professional Rotary Tool IBS/E and the Cordless Professional Drill/Grinder IBS/A), Angle Attachment WS 90 and MICRO Mill MF 70. Will accept 1/64" to 1/8" (0.3 - 3.2mm) shanks. Thread: M8 x 0,75mm.
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