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Old 09-07-2019, 11:46 AM
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Unhappy Spun the chuck on the JT shank

Looks like I overdid it trying to drill a 1" hole in HR steel with my Rhom chuck and R8 adapter. Spun the Jacobs taper joint between the adapter and the chuck. The tapers look ok. I wan only going 80 rpm and it caught breaking through and exceeded the holding power of the taper.

Had to use two wrenches to get the drill out of the chuck as it had self tightened enough that the torque to loosen exceeded the holding power of the Jacobs taper.

I guess it's time to get an integral chuck for the big holes. I need to get a good ball bearing chuck suitable for power tapping. The Rohm chuck doesn't get enough bite on the hard tap shank to self tighten. Or just go to an ER collet setup.

Just my fun for the morning. On the positive side, I did make some progress on a vise mount for an 8" Yost vise I picked up a while back.

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Old 09-07-2019, 02:24 PM
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...I need to get a good ball bearing chuck suitable for power tapping...
I have a couple keyless chucks that I use for smaller drills but when it comes to larger stuff or tapping I always use a Jacobs 16N. For a 1" hole I'd be using a straight morse taper setup...
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Old 09-07-2019, 02:43 PM
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I have a set of reduced shank drills that I reserve for use in the mill, I hold them with a collet. So far over the years I’ve never had one spin.


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Old 09-07-2019, 04:19 PM
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AFIK, keyless chucks weren't intended for heavy-duty use. I had one cheapo on a Harbor Freight drill press that tightened up and I had a helluva time getting the drill out. They tend to self tighten, I believe.

Keyless chucks are for precision and convenience.
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Old 09-07-2019, 04:44 PM
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Keyless chucks are for precision and convenience.
Yes. Got one for the lathe tailstock, another light duty application. I have been told that chalk dust or baby powder on the taper will lock it in good. I tried it and so far I have not lost a chuck. I also have 3/4" ball bearing chuck for the gear head drillpress, but drilling with a 1" bit is best done with a morse taper.
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