A drill chuck is a specialised self-centering, three-jaw chuck, generally with ability of 0.5 in (13 mm) or much less and rarely above 1 in (25 mm), utilized to hold drill bits or other rotating tools. This sort of chuck is used on tools ranging from specialist tools to economical hand and also power drills for residential usage; it is the type a person who does not normally collaborate with device tools is probably to be aware of.
Some high-precision chucks utilize ball thrust bearings to reduce friction in the closing system and also maximize exploration torque. One trademark name for this sort of chuck, which is usually generalized in colloquial usage although not in magazines, is Super Chuck.
A pin chuck is a customized chuck created to hold little drills (much less than 1 mm (0.039 in) in diameter) that might not be held securely in a regular drill chuck. The drill is put right into the pin chuck as well as tightened; the pin chuck has a shaft which is after that put into the larger drill chuck to hold the drill securely. Pin chucks are also used with high-speed rotating tools apart from drills, such as