Knowledge Base:  
Do you sell or recommend drill chuck for the MDX-540?
Last Updated: 09/17/2020

Do you sell or recommend drill chuck for the MDX-540?

We do not sell or have a drill chuck to recommend.

You have 2 options

You can buy a drill chuck for different sizes. I do not personally have a drill chuck of choice I prefer the step down drill bits but there is a lot of them on Amazon. Find one with a diameter that matches your collet size and you should be set.

You can buy drill bits that have a shank size that fits the collet sizes you have and steps down to drill bit size.

Like this see picture below we include these in our PC Board Kit. You cna find various sizes wiht a search on the internet.

Tags: MDX-540


Was this article helpful?

Comments:
 

Related Articles
 > How do I Cancel a Print Job on MDX-40, MDX-40A?
 > I get Port Not Ready error, how do I fix this issue?
 > Do I need to do ROUGHING passes with each tool?
 > SRP Player can not find the machine and will not start without a machine present what should I do?
 > I want to load SRP Player software on multiple computers, how do I install the print driver?
 > Where can I get drivers, firmware upgrades, user manuals or software updates for my Roland Machine?
 > I lost my Users Manual where can I get a replacement for my Roland Machine?
 > I need instructions to upgrade firmware on my Roland machine?
 > When I bought my machine I had a Training CD with it, I need a replacement?
 > Where can I get software updates for my Roland Machine?
 > Why does the MDX-540 Z Axis spindle head lower once I shut off the machine?
 > How do I install a driver for my machine if I do not have the CD or my CD or driver is out of date?
 > I want to use an alternative CAM software? Learning about RML/G-CODE/NC-CODE,
 > Download Troubleshooting and Error Codes Guide
 > How do I turn off material size restrictions in SRP Player?
 > Where do I get a part lists for my machine?
 > I am getting an out of memory error on SRP Player what can I do to fix it?
 > What settings should I use to save an STL file from Solidworks?