Tabledesign with infinitely variable speed adjustment and touchscreen for parameters setup
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Featuring gear drive, swivel drilling head and digital display for spindle speed
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The bestseller with infinitely variable speed control, motorised moving clamping table and extensive features
Our best selling, gear driven drill press for your workshop
Drill presses with touchscreen, modern inverter technology, and motorized table height adjustment
Sturdy box column design reduces torsion and vibration for superior drilling, reaming and tapping performance
Powerful drill with touchscreen control panel, servo quill feed with advanced functions
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Infinitely variable spindle speed, feed gear and a wide range of sizes characterise our proven bestseller series
Fast smooth positioning of the drilling quill on 3 possible work stations with automatic gear feed and infinitely variable spindle speed
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A drilling machine is a power tool that is used to drill cylindrical holes into various objects and materials. The machine spins a tool bit at high speed by an electric motor to create holes into the workpiece. It can be used to drill holes into materials such as metal, plastic, and wood.
A drilling machine is a power tool that is used to drill cylindrical holes into various objects and materials. There are several types of drilling machines such as hand-held drill presses, brench-top drill presses, column drilling machines and radial drilling machines.
Drilling machines are used in many industries particularly in construction, manufacturing and engineering. They are used to create holes in materials for various purposes such as creating holes for screws or bolts making a path for electrical wiring and producing holes for mechanical parts.
The working principle of drilling is when the drilling machine motor rotates the sharp edges of a drill bit on a workpiece. The drill bit is mounted on a spindle and rotated at high speed by an electric motor. It is pressed against the material and the sharp rotating edges of the bit removes material from the surface and to produce a hole.
Twist drilling, gun drilling, reaming, boring, and countersinking are a few of several types of drilling. Twist drilling utilises a twisting motion to remove material and is known as the most common type of drilling. Gun drilling uses a long and narrow drill bit to produce deep holes with a high degree of accuracy. Reaming is used to produce precise holes and to refine the surface finish of existing holes. Countersinking is used to let screws sit flush against the surface by creating a conical shape on the surface of the hole created by the drilling.
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