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@difalkner I lowered the press to show everything. What Ken is worried about, is below your red line. See the black "ring"? Is that up far enough? it was that part that popped out.

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Raise the table, and put a block of wood on it. Crank the chuck down into the block with medium pressure. That should do it.

Circle cutters need to be run at 250rpm or less, or there's a good chance the chuck will fall off. I've had it happen more than once. You just push it back on, and continue.

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I had one that kept wanting to fall out of a milling machine I have. I finally got it in so well that I couldn`t get it out again. A neighbor loaned me a can of spray that gets it very cold. I was finally able to separate it again.
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@difalkner I lowered the press to show everything. What Ken is worried about, is below your red line. See the black "ring"? Is that up far enough? it was that part that popped out.
Did the chuck come off the shaft? Here's what the Morse and Jacobs tapers look like. The Morse taper goes inside the quill and the Jacobs taper goes inside the chuck.

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Here is a video of what Charlie was saying about removing and reinstalling.
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Did the chuck come off the shaft? Here's what the Morse and Jacobs tapers look like. The Morse taper goes inside the quill and the Jacobs taper goes inside the chuck.

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No it was chuck and adapter that came out of the quill. Come to think about it I had the chuck and adapter come out of my Delta 16.5" DP too once. I tried turning a rosette cutter, the type that takes different blades, at 3000 rpm thinking that the higher speed would do a better job. Turns out that the cutter holder isn't balanced well enough and the DP isn't solid and heavy enough to do that. The whole works came loose. Luckily neither I, the cutter, or the DP suffered any damage from it.
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Barb,

I have a similar drill press. If you are talking about the chuck dropping out of the taper, mine does this only when I put my morticing attachment on the drill press. When using this attachment, the chuck drops out of the taper. I have never had it happen when drilling normally. I just clean and tap back as suggested by others.

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David,

I expect the picture has the chuck lowered as far as it can go to show the how the chuck is seated. I went through this when I was trying out the drill press mortise jig and it was less than fun. Mostly because of the uncertainty of the process. It's taken me a long time of breaking the habit of forcing things.......much less using a hammer to do anything more than driving nails. The idea of a hammer, screwdriver, and pliers can fix anything mentality took a very long time to die.
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Do you have a photo of the chuck, Barb? Is it a Morse taper? If so, just make sure everything is clean and tap it back into place. Run the chuck jaws up to where they're inside the body of the chuck and use a block of wood and mallet to tap it back in.

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Drill presses are all morse taper, clean it and tap it back up, its amazing how that taper hold it in.

A very nicely told story BTY, well presented with good suspense. N

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Drill presses are all Morse taper, clean it and tap it back up, its amazing how that taper hold it in. N
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