Wedge Chuck Puller DIY

Introduction: Wedge Chuck Puller DIY

A simple and easy build that helps when needed to change my chuck safely.
Isn't something complicated but can do the job good enough

and without any damage to chuck or to cone.

Construction time 15 minutes.

Step 1: Tools and Materials


Remember Safety First.

Welding Cutting and Grinding Tools are Dangerous!

Do it at your own Risk!

Use Always the Suitable Protective Equipment.


Tools

Angle grinder 115mm / 4 ½” or 125mm / 5”

Cutting disk & Grinding disk

according to your grinder ø115 x 1mm / ø4 ½” x 0.04” or ø125 x 1mm / ø 5” x 0.04”

Drill press

Drill bits: Ø6 - 10 - 13 - 16.5mm

Materials

Flat bar 80x5mm about 70~80mm

Step 2: Plans

No needed any plan just see the photo.

Step 3: The Build

1. According to your drill choke cone dia

(in my case it was a 16mm cone)

do a hole at the center of each piece onto the marked line

about 0.50~1.00mm bigger than the cone dia.

2. Use a combination of appropriated drill bits

and make the two holes at the desirable dia.

e.g.: Ø6, 10, 13 & 16.5 mm for an Ø16mm cone.

3. Remove/cut the marked areas
and then separate the two pieces from flat bar.

4. Using an angle grinder make each end wedge like the photo.

I will be happy to see your try if you want to share it.

Thanks for your reading.

Good Luck if you try it.

Never say I can't do it.

Necessity is the mother of invention.

kess

https://www.youtube.com/user/kessgr

http://www.homemadetools.net/builder/kess

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    2 Comments

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    seamster
    seamster

    1 year ago

    Very nice. Gonna have to remember this, thanks!

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    kess_gr
    kess_gr

    Reply 1 year ago

    Hi seamster, glad that you like it