After market chuck
|Gary Murphy 1||05/01/2020 11:00:18|
|400 forum posts|
I read here somewhere about fitting a chuck to the lidl parkside multi tool,to replace the useless collect. it gave the size chuck needed but I can not find the post now. any one know?
|Stuart Z||05/01/2020 12:03:57|
390 forum posts
I bought a “Dremel” one off eBay. It works fine.
|Don Fry||05/01/2020 13:46:49|
4409 forum posts
Confirm, the thread makes them interchangeable with Dremel chucks. Don't know what the thread is though.
I've just looked. I am sure the chuck on my Parkside came off my old my old cordless Dremel, and it goes on my corded Dremel. But what ever the tread is, it does not seem to match what is quoted on the e Bay sellers for generic chucks. Mine is just under 7mm, on a .66 mm pitch (apx). Theirs are 7x.75 mm.
Bet, if you look, Lidls website has an answer, either through the IAN number, or a facility to e mail them. But I would check first what it is. Also, I would be wary about a chuck, at 2 quid, being balanced for high speed use.
|Don Fry||05/01/2020 15:19:24|
4409 forum posts
.275 inch by 40 TPI is the thread I believe, used by watchmakers I am told. This is not verified by me, but fits my measurements of my Lidl multitool, as near as I can measure it with the measuring tools I own.
|1414 forum posts|
If you look on Banggood, they have the Dremel equivalent chucks at less than half the price of a Dremel, but just as good.They also fit the Parkside multitool. £3 each including postage.
Edited By Andy48 on 05/01/2020 15:27:36
122 forum posts
By' Parkside multitool' do you mean one of these Andy?
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