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1/4" ER-20 Collet for Spindles
$23.95
Introduction:

This collet will accept tools with a 1/4" (6.35mm) shank. This is a clamping precision grade collet with a TIR (Total Indicated runout) of less than 0.01 mm, or 0.0004 inches.

Description:

Accepts 1/4" shank
Fits all Build Your CNC spindles

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