- Tapping chuck with increased tension and compression to accommodate tapping cycles that are not synchronized
- Increased tension and compression
- Releasable hard start for consistent depth control
- Right hand and left hand tapping
- Multi-range collets (RF), adjustable back jaw for driving tap square
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Tapmatic 7 Tension/8 Compression Tap Chuck with Modular Straight Shank and RF Collet, M3-M12# and 6 - 1/2" Capacity, 3/4" Shank
|Price:||$388.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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Specifications for this item
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Series Number||NSM|
|Overall Length||71 mm|
|Shank Type||3/4" Straight Shank|
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Tension / compression floating tap holders for gage perfect threads with releasable hard start for consistent tapping depth control. Only two collets needed to cover the capacity of each holder. Tapping chuck with increased tension and compression to accommodate tapping cycles that are not synchronize. Increased tension and compression. Releasable hard start for consistent depth control. Right hand and left hand tapping. Multi-range collets (RF), adjustable back jaw for driving tap square. Collets rubber flex no. 22100, 22200. M3-M12# and 6 - 1/2" Capacity (Steel).
Top Customer Reviews
By mrg1216 on November 13, 2012
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This is a well made tool from a reputable company. That doesn't matter if you cant use your new tool though. My only complaint,NO COLLET provided??? For the cost of the tool, there should be a COLLET included. Also the description should be more explicate about what is included. Like the fact there is NO COLLET provided. This would be a five star hands down, if everything you need was provided.
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