Bonded Collet Maintenance Procedure

Bonded Collet Products Only

Spindles to be maintained to this procedure every 24 hours.

Very important: never close the collet without a tool or blank fitted.

Cleaning Tool Drawing

Cleaning Tool

WW Part No. 45456 for 1/8″ and 3mm

Brush Drawing

Brush

WW Part No. 45296 for 1/8″ and 3mm

WW Part No. 52921 for 2mm

Applicator with Silicone Tube Drawing

Applicator with Silicone Tube

WW Part No. SH033 for 1/8″ and 3mm (bench use only)

WW Part No. SH035 for 1/8″ and 3mm (for use on machine)

WW Part No. SH034 for 2mm

CRC 5-56 or CRC Power Lube Drawing

CRC 5-56 or CRC Power Lube

(not supplied by WW)

Alcohol Cleaning Drawing

Alcohol

(not supplied by WW)

Actuate (open) Collet Drawing

Actuate (open) Collet Using Standard Pressure

Pressure Meter Drawing

Refer to Outline Drawing for Correct Collet Actuation Pressure

Remove Collet Tool Drawing

Remove Tool

Remove Dust from Collet Bore

Remove Dust and Debris from Collet Bore (optional step)

Insert Applicator Drawing

Insert Applicator

Spray CRC Instructions

Spray CRC for 1 Second Maximum

Remove Applicator

Remove Applicator

Insert Tool Drawing

Insert Tool

Cycle Collet Tool Drawing

Cycle (open and close) Collet 10 Times While Tool is Fitted

Pressure Meter Drawing Twice

Refer to Outline Drawing for Pressure

Run Spindle Timing Drawing

Run Spindle at 100,000 RPM for 1 Minute

Stop Spindle at 0 RPM Drawing

Stop Spindle at 0 RPM

Actuate (open) Collet Drawing

Actuate (open) Collet Using Standard Pressure

Pressure Meter Drawing

Refer to Outline Drawing for Correct Collet Actuation Pressure

Remove Collet Tool Drawing

Remove Tool

Clean Collet with Alcohol

Spin Brush to Remove Excess Alcohol

Clean Collet Bore (one stroke of brush only)

Insert Tool Drawing

Replace Tool

Actuate (open) Collet Drawing
Pressure Meter Drawing

Remove Air Pressure to Close Collet

0 PSI – 0 Bar