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Collet chuck identification please guys.

Collet chuck ?.

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NooNoo03/08/2021 07:57:13
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got this chuck with my lathe, no collets came with it & I’d like to start collecting them.

what are your thoughts? Burnerd multisize? Thats my guess so far lol.

EC2-EC13 ?
there are no markings or designations anywhere on the chuck at all, it is fitted with D1-3 mount for a colchester bantam.

or … maybe its NOT a collet chuck & im barking up the wrong tree ?

Michael Gilligan03/08/2021 08:07:49
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I suggest you might start your journey here: **LINK**

https://www.model-engineer.co.uk/forums/postings.asp?th=103028&p=1

MichaelG. angel

NooNoo03/08/2021 09:42:15
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Emgee03/08/2021 09:47:45
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Looks like your EC2 range collet choice is correct, check the dimensions of your chuck taper to compare with collet data to confirm.

Emgee

NooNoo03/08/2021 11:38:32
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Cheers Emgee, what are you basing your assumption on? Do you have an EC chuck? Is it just the general look of it ?

Glad your guess agrees with mine, hopefully these pictures stay on as i messed it up first time like a numpty lol.

hopefully i’ll get a few more agreeing with you, i’ll start looking around to buy the collets then.

thanks again for your response.

Noo

Edited By NooNoo on 03/08/2021 11:39:44

John C03/08/2021 11:52:44
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NooNoo - I've sent you a message - check the envelope symbol to the left hand side of the bar at the top of the page.

John

Ian Parkin03/08/2021 12:48:13
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Edited By Ian Parkin on 03/08/2021 12:48:46

NooNoo03/08/2021 15:05:43
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Wow, thank you Mr Parkin, that does indeed look like mine … guess i was nervous as there are no designation, markings, makers mark or stamp … nothing !

does yours have anything written on it ?

John C was kind enough to suggest i scotchbrite it cleaner & hopefully reveal something, but still nothing lol.

Edited By NooNoo on 03/08/2021 15:08:18

Ian Parkin03/08/2021 16:12:18
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Mr Noo

theres only the size written on each collet

nothing as far as i can see on the chuck

DC31k03/08/2021 17:32:26
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Rotagrip have some info. on the various-sized Burnerd collets in this document:

http://www.rotagriponline.com/datasheets/Pratt/PrattChuckSpares.pdf

Briefly, there was EB, EC and ED. EC is by far the most common and the other sizes are unlikely on D1-3.

Please also read the information here:

https://www.mig-welding.co.uk/forum/threads/today-i-acquired.50192/page-1490

concerning the closing ring of early models needing modification to accept 'E'-series collets.

NooNoo06/08/2021 22:05:52
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Thanks to Mr John C (above)

he kindly messaged me saying he had a full collet set for sale.

great price & in great used condition.

They turned up today & i couldn’t be more satisfied with them.

So thank you again sir 👍.

btw …. Anyone got a spare case ??? 🤣🤣

If you don’t ask, you don’t get 🤞🤞

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