A small collar or neckband.
A small metal ring; a small collar fastened on an arbor; as, the collet on the balance arbor of a watch; a small socket on a stem, for holding a drill.
The part of a ring containing the bezel in which the stone is set.
a devise used to hold a work piece or a cutting tool within the spindle of a lathe or milling machine. The lathe collet standard is the C5 type collet shown left. The milling collet standard is an R8 type shown right. So popular have these configurations become that many other tools which are not collets have adapted their shanks to fit the collet spindles.
a metal band or collar for holding bits that have one diameter.
a metal cap or band placed on a wooden pole to prevent splitting
a cone-shaped chuck used for holding cylindrical pieces in a lathe
a band or collar that holds an individual stone in a jewellery setting
a collar or bezel used as a diamond setting
a ring, band, or collar that is included as one of the components in a machine-tool holder
a segmented, clamping device somewhat similar to a drill chuck
a thin, round band of metal that goes all around the stone
a tool holder used to hold round-shank cutting tools in
A type of chuck that accepts a fixed shaft size, commonly used on routers.
A tool holding device designed for maximum holding capacity and high accuracy. Each tooling size requires a separate collet.
A setting used to hold a gemstone in place on a ring, also known as a "Claw".
Device used to hold engraving tools at the bottom of the spindle. Can prevent tool drift and shake due to vibration; particularly effective when using a rotary spindle to work with harder substrates, such as stainless steel.
The part of a router that holds the bit; similar to the chuck in a drill.
A device used to hold round shank electrodes.
A special kind of chuck that holds the bit more completely around, but has a more limited range, for example 1/8" +/- 1/32" or 1/4" +/-1/16" Most often used when bits are prepared in specific shaft sizes and precision of holding is needed. Router bits commonly come in 1/4" or 3/8" and a router may be supplied with matching collets or only one.
a. A Metal band fitted to the hubs of vehicles, especially those fitted with the collinge axle (q.v.) b. A washer on the axle arm to protect the lynch pin (q.v.)
the circular metal ring on the back of a button, used for hold the celluloid/acetate and paper in place
See - Claw.
A type of chuck jaw. A collet set is closed by the action of a tapered chuck ring. See also: Chuck
a collar or tube of metal (often with a milgrained edge) holding a stone in place and attached to a piece of jewelry
A washer used in conjunction with a pin to hold parts such as the minute hand to an arbor.
A metal band, collar, ferrule or flange.
A device that positions and secures a bit in a router.
1. A chuck with a tapered end used for gripping circular pieces turned on a lathe. 2. Compression tightened split holder for drill bits, shafts, etc. 3. A metal band or ring.
Device that holds collet cutters in the spindle.
A collet is a holding device that forms a collar around the object to be held and exerts a strong clamping force on the object when it is tightened. It may be used to hold a workpiece or a tool. Collets generally have a narrow clamping range which means a large number are required to hold a given range of materials, unlike a chuck that will generally cover the full range that the machine is designed for.