Good Evening to the Collective!
(that's you folks out there, by the way)
I have a little difference of opinion at work as to the PROPER way to store
Jacob's drill chucks between uses/set-ups.
Due to some things being beyond my control, the "tooling rack" that we have
to store all shanked tools for several VMCs is shank down/chuck up. Now I,
and the dude, I work with thinks that that's bad enough, having the jaws
pointing up to catch the airborne crap that floats around any shop so we
VERY LIGHTLY close the jaws down to barely finger tight.
Moron that doesn't even work on the shop floor thinks that we are
"deliberately destroying the chucks" and opens them up. Lately, he has taken
to actually tightening the chucks to get back at us or something like
that..as I said, he is a moron.
In fact, he gives morons a bad name.
So....what is the collective opinion? Chucks opened and gathering crap or
chucks LIGHTLY closed against airborne crap?
Have a good weekend and thank you for your support!
- posted 15 years ago