Chuck or otherwise known as a Drill Chuck. This is a lubed up attachment used to hold drill bits in place. eReplacementParts.com - Drill Chuck Guide
To place in a chuck, or hold by means of a chuck, as in turning; to bore or turn (a hole) in a revolving piece held in a chuck.
A contrivance or machine fixed to the mandrel of a lathe, for holding a tool or the material to be operated upon.
A hallow cylinder of clay; made on the potter's wheel. A chuck is used to hold a tall vase up / side down, vertically, in order to trim the bottom. For more information: TUTORIALS CHUCK TUTORIAL
The chuck is the upper tool in a bench or foot press. The chuck is designed to hold the fastener in place through the attaching process, while contributing to the attachment by rolling, crimping, or supplying other actions according to the design of the chuck.
The part of a drill which holds the bits in place.
Work holding device that is mounted on a lathe spindle, drill press spindle, or mill table to hold and revolve a work piece or cutting tool.
Any device that holds wood in either jaws or wood is fitted into a cylinder of the chuck. It is mounted on the headstock spindle.
A device for holding work on a lathe.
The chuck is an attachment for holding a work piece or tool such as a drill bit.
a holding device consisting of adjustable jaws that center a workpiece in a lathe or center a tool in a drill
a form that can hold a pot upside-down above the wheel head while the potter trims it
An attachment to hold work or a tool in a machine, lathe chucks and drill chucks are examples.
The part of a drill that holds the bit in place.
A cylinder shaped device with two, three or four moveable jaws inside so that when one part of the cylinder is turned and the other held still, the jaws close to hold a bit. Used on drills. A typical chuck will hold from 1/16" to 3/8" Collet
A device used to hold a piece of wood firmly to the end of the spindle. If a piece of wood cannot be held between centres it is held in a chuck.
part of a drill that holds the bit. Some chucks require a gear-like key to tighten around the bit.
A thrown form which is centered and stuck onto the wheel head where it is used to hold a pot for trimming.
A mechanism that holds the part in some machines, usually on a lathe.
Tube-like form to hold a pot upside-down on the wheel for trimming the foot.
Adjustable, clamp-like device, as on a drill or lathe, by which the tool or work to be turned is held.
a clamping device at the end of a power drill for holding a drill bit.
A Chuck is a specialised type of clamp used to hold rotating tools or materials.