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    Having built several lantern chucks of my own design, let me say, this is the one to build !

    Ingenious design, beautiful execution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IAMSatisfied View Post
    Nice work on your build. This would be just the tool for cutting a circlip groove in a screw for various reasons.

    If one is simply needing a screw shortening tool, a guillotine style bolt shear such as this one used in the aircraft industry, works well and is fast & easy to use: SCREW & BOLT SHEAR from Aircraft Spruce

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    More than a hundred bucks, I believe I'll keep my money and make one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mklotz View Post
    Having built several lantern chucks of my own design, let me say, this is the one to build !

    Ingenious design, beautiful execution.
    and you can buy a lot of stock for a hundred bucks and have a beautiful tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncollar View Post
    and you can buy a lot of stock for a hundred bucks and have a beautiful tool.
    Huh ?!

    Did you quote the wrong post in your reply?
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    It is one of those days. I don't know how it did that. Yes it was a response to IAMSatisfied. I would rather have s beautiful tool that is a lot more than a shear, as far as a shear, a pair of electrical wire pliers have a shear and cutters and strippers for a hole lot less.
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    This is a great design and so well thought out, especially the hex bit feature.

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    The hex bit reminds me of, in a different domain, the screw chuck designed by the Oneway brand, in the woodturning area.
    It s an mt2 shaft holding an hex bit as well, covered by a kind of screwed cap, allowing to use any wood screw for holding the workpiece, like woodworm screws.
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    Christophe,
    Similar concept but appears to be utilized in the woodworking environment to hold small parts.
    The device I presented was a merging of several work-holding methods scattered around the net.
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    Lantern Chuck-method-1.jpgLantern Chuck-method-2.jpgLantern Chuck-method-3.jpgLantern Chuck-method-4.jpgLantern Chuck-method-5.jpg


    Once again I would like to thank everyone for all the positive input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelly142 View Post
    Christophe,
    Similar concept but appears to be utilized in the woodworking environment to hold small parts.
    Yes Shelly, it's clear, I really like your design, and I was wondering if I could make a kind of "2 in one" that would serve for both usages, because I can have the need for both of the use cases.

    Nice post, I vote for it !
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    Quote Originally Posted by ncollar View Post
    More than a hundred bucks, I believe I'll keep my money and make one.
    Absolutely!

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