Standard DG-35 | Gearbox Head Pedestal Drilling Machine - STANDARD Direct

STANDARD DG-35 Gearbox Head Pedestal Drilling Machine

*Excludes Local Taxes*

*Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and include Sea Freight to most ports

Description

A Gearbox Head Pedestal Drilling Machine is a versatile industrial tool designed for precision drilling in various materials. Its high-quality construction ensures stability and durability, enabling accurate drilling operations. The gearbox head offers multiple speed settings for different drilling requirements, enhancing performance and versatility. With adjustable table height and angle, it accommodates various workpieces and drilling angles. The machine's efficient power transmission and robust design contribute to consistent and reliable drilling results. Ideal for metalworking, woodworking, and other applications, it provides controlled and efficient drilling, making it a valuable asset for workshops and manufacturing facilities.

Main Features:

  • Headstock, worktable move independently in vertical directions.
  • The head of the Drilling Machine rotates up to 360° in a horizontal direction.
  • Quieter operation than other machines due to gear-driven design.
  • The machine has a spindle locking system.
    Specifications
    • Drilling Capacity - Ø35mm in Steel (Ø45mm in Cast Iron) = 1.38 inches (in) in steel (1.77 in in cast iron)
    • Spindle Taper - MT3/MT4/R8
    • Spindle Travel - Ø130mm = 5.12 in
    • Step of spindle speed - 6 steps
    • Range of Spindle Speed (50Hz) - 80-1250rpm
    • Range of Spindle Speed (60Hz) - 95-1500rpm
    • Range of Spindle Auto-Feeding Amount - 0.06-0.3mm/r = 0.002-0.012 inches per revolution (ipr)
    • Min. Distance from Spindle Axis to Column - 290mm = 11.42 in 
    • Max. Distance from Spindle Nose to Worktable - 700mm = 27.56 in
    • Max. Distance from Spindle Nose to Stand - 1125mm = 44.29 in
    • Max. Travel of Headstock - Ø250mm = 9.84 in
    • Swivel Angle of Headstock - 360°
    • Max. Travel of Worktable Bracket - Ø600mm = 23.62 in
    • Worktable Size - 730x210mm = 28.74 x 8.27 in
    • Size of Stand - 417x416mm = 16.42 x 16.38 in
    • Motor Power - 1.5kW = 2 hp
    • Speed of Motor - 1400rpm
    • Weight - 470kg = 1036 lbs 
    • Dimensions - 1850x950x1000mm = 72.83 x 37.4 x 39.37 in
    Machine Configuration
    • Gearbox head with steel gears. (This seams obvious but is strangely common to have no-metal gears in our oppositions machines.)
    • Colum design so Table and head is height adjustable.
    • Robust rectangle table for easy and secure mounting
    • Fine drill depth adjustment by handwheel
    • Tapping - No
    • Coolant - Optional
      Delivery

      Product is Build on Order Only.

      Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

      How to use a Gearbox Head Pedestal Drilling Machine

      Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use a gearbox head pedestal drilling machine:

      1. Set up the machine: Make sure the machine is securely fastened to the floor or work surface. Check that the electric supply is connected and switched on. Make sure the drill bit is properly installed in the chuck.

      2. Adjust the speed: The gearbox head pedestal drilling machine usually has multiple speed settings. Choose the appropriate speed for the material you are drilling and the size of the drill bit.

      3. Adjust the depth of the hole: The machine typically has a feed mechanism that allows you to adjust the depth of the hole. Set the desired depth by turning the depth stop or adjusting the feed mechanism.

      4. Clamp the workpiece: Clamp the workpiece to the table or work surface to prevent it from moving while drilling.

      5. Start drilling: Turn on the machine and apply gentle pressure to the drill bit. Start drilling at a slow speed and gradually increase the speed as the drill bit penetrates the material. Keep the drill bit perpendicular to the workpiece and do not apply too much pressure, as this can cause the drill bit to break or the workpiece to crack.

      6. Stop the machine: Once you have reached the desired depth, turn off the machine and allow it to come to a complete stop. Remove the drill bit from the chuck and release the clamp on the workpiece.

      7. Maintenance: After using the gearbox head pedestal drilling machine, it is important to clean the machine and keep it well lubricated. Store the machine in a dry, clean place to prevent rust and corrosion.

      Safety precautions: Always wear protective equipment, such as safety glasses and earplugs, when using a gearbox head pedestal drilling machine. Avoid loose clothing and tie back long hair. Keep your hands and other body parts away from the drill bit at all times. If you are unsure about how to use the machine, seek the advice of an experienced operator or read the manual carefully.

      Description

      A Gearbox Head Pedestal Drilling Machine is a versatile industrial tool designed for precision drilling in various materials. Its high-quality construction ensures stability and durability, enabling accurate drilling operations. The gearbox head offers multiple speed settings for different drilling requirements, enhancing performance and versatility. With adjustable table height and angle, it accommodates various workpieces and drilling angles. The machine's efficient power transmission and robust design contribute to consistent and reliable drilling results. Ideal for metalworking, woodworking, and other applications, it provides controlled and efficient drilling, making it a valuable asset for workshops and manufacturing facilities.

      Main Features:

      • Headstock, worktable move independently in vertical directions.
      • The head of the Drilling Machine rotates up to 360° in a horizontal direction.
      • Quieter operation than other machines due to gear-driven design.
      • The machine has a spindle locking system.
        Specifications
        • Drilling Capacity - Ø35mm in Steel (Ø45mm in Cast Iron) = 1.38 inches (in) in steel (1.77 in in cast iron)
        • Spindle Taper - MT3/MT4/R8
        • Spindle Travel - Ø130mm = 5.12 in
        • Step of spindle speed - 6 steps
        • Range of Spindle Speed (50Hz) - 80-1250rpm
        • Range of Spindle Speed (60Hz) - 95-1500rpm
        • Range of Spindle Auto-Feeding Amount - 0.06-0.3mm/r = 0.002-0.012 inches per revolution (ipr)
        • Min. Distance from Spindle Axis to Column - 290mm = 11.42 in 
        • Max. Distance from Spindle Nose to Worktable - 700mm = 27.56 in
        • Max. Distance from Spindle Nose to Stand - 1125mm = 44.29 in
        • Max. Travel of Headstock - Ø250mm = 9.84 in
        • Swivel Angle of Headstock - 360°
        • Max. Travel of Worktable Bracket - Ø600mm = 23.62 in
        • Worktable Size - 730x210mm = 28.74 x 8.27 in
        • Size of Stand - 417x416mm = 16.42 x 16.38 in
        • Motor Power - 1.5kW = 2 hp
        • Speed of Motor - 1400rpm
        • Weight - 470kg = 1036 lbs 
        • Dimensions - 1850x950x1000mm = 72.83 x 37.4 x 39.37 in
        Machine Configuration
        • Gearbox head with steel gears. (This seams obvious but is strangely common to have no-metal gears in our oppositions machines.)
        • Colum design so Table and head is height adjustable.
        • Robust rectangle table for easy and secure mounting
        • Fine drill depth adjustment by handwheel
        • Tapping - No
        • Coolant - Optional
          Delivery

          Product is Build on Order Only.

          Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

          How to use a Gearbox Head Pedestal Drilling Machine

          Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use a gearbox head pedestal drilling machine:

          1. Set up the machine: Make sure the machine is securely fastened to the floor or work surface. Check that the electric supply is connected and switched on. Make sure the drill bit is properly installed in the chuck.

          2. Adjust the speed: The gearbox head pedestal drilling machine usually has multiple speed settings. Choose the appropriate speed for the material you are drilling and the size of the drill bit.

          3. Adjust the depth of the hole: The machine typically has a feed mechanism that allows you to adjust the depth of the hole. Set the desired depth by turning the depth stop or adjusting the feed mechanism.

          4. Clamp the workpiece: Clamp the workpiece to the table or work surface to prevent it from moving while drilling.

          5. Start drilling: Turn on the machine and apply gentle pressure to the drill bit. Start drilling at a slow speed and gradually increase the speed as the drill bit penetrates the material. Keep the drill bit perpendicular to the workpiece and do not apply too much pressure, as this can cause the drill bit to break or the workpiece to crack.

          6. Stop the machine: Once you have reached the desired depth, turn off the machine and allow it to come to a complete stop. Remove the drill bit from the chuck and release the clamp on the workpiece.

          7. Maintenance: After using the gearbox head pedestal drilling machine, it is important to clean the machine and keep it well lubricated. Store the machine in a dry, clean place to prevent rust and corrosion.

          Safety precautions: Always wear protective equipment, such as safety glasses and earplugs, when using a gearbox head pedestal drilling machine. Avoid loose clothing and tie back long hair. Keep your hands and other body parts away from the drill bit at all times. If you are unsure about how to use the machine, seek the advice of an experienced operator or read the manual carefully.

          *Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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          Description

          A Gearbox Head Pedestal Drilling Machine is a versatile industrial tool designed for precision drilling in various materials. Its high-quality construction ensures stability and durability, enabling accurate drilling operations. The gearbox head offers multiple speed settings for different drilling requirements, enhancing performance and versatility. With adjustable table height and angle, it accommodates various workpieces and drilling angles. The machine's efficient power transmission and robust design contribute to consistent and reliable drilling results. Ideal for metalworking, woodworking, and other applications, it provides controlled and efficient drilling, making it a valuable asset for workshops and manufacturing facilities.

          Main Features:

          • Headstock, worktable move independently in vertical directions.
          • The head of the Drilling Machine rotates up to 360° in a horizontal direction.
          • Quieter operation than other machines due to gear-driven design.
          • The machine has a spindle locking system.
            Specifications
            • Drilling Capacity - Ø35mm in Steel (Ø45mm in Cast Iron) = 1.38 inches (in) in steel (1.77 in in cast iron)
            • Spindle Taper - MT3/MT4/R8
            • Spindle Travel - Ø130mm = 5.12 in
            • Step of spindle speed - 6 steps
            • Range of Spindle Speed (50Hz) - 80-1250rpm
            • Range of Spindle Speed (60Hz) - 95-1500rpm
            • Range of Spindle Auto-Feeding Amount - 0.06-0.3mm/r = 0.002-0.012 inches per revolution (ipr)
            • Min. Distance from Spindle Axis to Column - 290mm = 11.42 in 
            • Max. Distance from Spindle Nose to Worktable - 700mm = 27.56 in
            • Max. Distance from Spindle Nose to Stand - 1125mm = 44.29 in
            • Max. Travel of Headstock - Ø250mm = 9.84 in
            • Swivel Angle of Headstock - 360°
            • Max. Travel of Worktable Bracket - Ø600mm = 23.62 in
            • Worktable Size - 730x210mm = 28.74 x 8.27 in
            • Size of Stand - 417x416mm = 16.42 x 16.38 in
            • Motor Power - 1.5kW = 2 hp
            • Speed of Motor - 1400rpm
            • Weight - 470kg = 1036 lbs 
            • Dimensions - 1850x950x1000mm = 72.83 x 37.4 x 39.37 in
            Machine Configuration
            • Gearbox head with steel gears. (This seams obvious but is strangely common to have no-metal gears in our oppositions machines.)
            • Colum design so Table and head is height adjustable.
            • Robust rectangle table for easy and secure mounting
            • Fine drill depth adjustment by handwheel
            • Tapping - No
            • Coolant - Optional
              Delivery

              Product is Build on Order Only.

              Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

              How to use a Gearbox Head Pedestal Drilling Machine

              Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use a gearbox head pedestal drilling machine:

              1. Set up the machine: Make sure the machine is securely fastened to the floor or work surface. Check that the electric supply is connected and switched on. Make sure the drill bit is properly installed in the chuck.

              2. Adjust the speed: The gearbox head pedestal drilling machine usually has multiple speed settings. Choose the appropriate speed for the material you are drilling and the size of the drill bit.

              3. Adjust the depth of the hole: The machine typically has a feed mechanism that allows you to adjust the depth of the hole. Set the desired depth by turning the depth stop or adjusting the feed mechanism.

              4. Clamp the workpiece: Clamp the workpiece to the table or work surface to prevent it from moving while drilling.

              5. Start drilling: Turn on the machine and apply gentle pressure to the drill bit. Start drilling at a slow speed and gradually increase the speed as the drill bit penetrates the material. Keep the drill bit perpendicular to the workpiece and do not apply too much pressure, as this can cause the drill bit to break or the workpiece to crack.

              6. Stop the machine: Once you have reached the desired depth, turn off the machine and allow it to come to a complete stop. Remove the drill bit from the chuck and release the clamp on the workpiece.

              7. Maintenance: After using the gearbox head pedestal drilling machine, it is important to clean the machine and keep it well lubricated. Store the machine in a dry, clean place to prevent rust and corrosion.

              Safety precautions: Always wear protective equipment, such as safety glasses and earplugs, when using a gearbox head pedestal drilling machine. Avoid loose clothing and tie back long hair. Keep your hands and other body parts away from the drill bit at all times. If you are unsure about how to use the machine, seek the advice of an experienced operator or read the manual carefully.

              *Information shown may differ or change without warning*