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STANDARD RD-100x3100 Extra Heavy Duty Radial Drill

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Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and includes sea freight to most seaports.

Description

An Extra Heavy Duty Radial Drill is an industrial powerhouse designed for precision hole drilling and tapping in extremely large and heavy workpieces. Its exceptional build quality ensures unrivaled durability, stability, and precision, even under the most demanding circumstances. The radial arm configuration provides unparalleled flexibility in drill head positioning, enabling drilling at various angles and positions. Equipped with a supremely powerful motor and a robust power transmission system, it delivers outstanding drilling performance in heavy-duty applications. This machine's unmatched strength and advanced features make it indispensable in industries such as heavy machinery, shipbuilding, and infrastructure construction. Its unwavering performance and reliability greatly amplify efficiency and productivity in substantial machining operations.

Main Features:

  • Hydraulic pre-selected speed mechanism saves time setting.
  • A hand lever controls spindle motion, braking, speed changing, and neutral position, facilitating easy operation.
  • A hydraulic-driven rhombic block clamping ensures reliable clamping of the spindle head, arm, inner and outer column.
  • Hardening treatments on the upper guide way, circular surface of the outer column, spindle and sleeve, and rotary path of the inner outer columns extend the machine's service life and retain its accuracy.
  • Safety device & protective device included.
    Specifications
    Description Metric Imperial
    Drilling Capacity Ø100mm 3.94 in
    Spindle to Column 570-3150mm 22.44-124 in
    Spindle to Worktable 750-2500mm 29.53-98.43 in
    Spindle Travel  500m 19.69 in
    Spindle Taper MT6 MT6
    Spindle Speeds 8-1000rpm 8-1000rpm
    No. of spindle speed 22 steps 22 steps
    Spindle Feeds 0.06-3.2mm/rev 0.0024-0.126 in/rev
    No. of spindle feed 16 steps 16 steps
    Table Size 1250x800x630mm 49.21x31.5x24.8 in 
    Headstock level migration distance  2580mm 101.57 in
    Max Torque spindle 2450mm 1811.4 ft-lb
    Main Motor 15kW 20.1hp
    Racking shaft heave height  1250mm 49.21 in 
    Weight 20 000kg 44,092.5 lbs
    Dimensions  4660x1630x4525mm 183.46x64.17x178.15 in


      Standard Features
      • Hydraulic Clamping
      • Hydraulic Transmission
      • Hydraulic Pre-Selection
      • Quality Electrical Components
      Delivery

      Machine is build on demand only.

      Delivery is 12-16 Weeks from Deposit


      How to use a heavy duty radial drilling machine

      Below are the general steps for using this type of machine:

      1. Preparation: Before using the machine, make sure to review the manual and understand the machine's specifications, capabilities, and safety features. Make sure that the workpiece is properly secured and that the machine is properly grounded.

      2. Select the drilling tool: Choose the appropriate drill bit for the material and size of the hole you want to drill. Make sure that the drill bit is properly mounted in the chuck and tightened.

      3. Adjust the machine: Use the controls to adjust the radial arm to the desired position and extend it to the appropriate length. Use the controls to adjust the height of the drill head so that the drill bit is properly aligned with the workpiece.

      4. Start drilling: Turn on the machine and start drilling the hole by gradually increasing the speed and feed. Apply sufficient pressure to the drill bit to ensure that it cuts efficiently, but not too much pressure as this can cause excessive wear on the drill bit and machine.

      5. Monitor the drilling process: Continuously monitor the drilling process to ensure that the hole is being drilled correctly. Make adjustments as necessary to maintain the correct angle, speed, and feed.

      6. Finish the hole: Once the hole has been drilled to the desired depth, turn off the machine and remove the drill bit from the chuck. Inspect the hole for any defects or imperfections and make any necessary corrections.

      Note: Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety precautions when using a heavy duty radial drilling machine. Never exceed the machine's specifications and capacities, and always wear appropriate personal protective equipment. If you are unsure how to use the machine, seek assistance from a qualified professional.

      Description

      An Extra Heavy Duty Radial Drill is an industrial powerhouse designed for precision hole drilling and tapping in extremely large and heavy workpieces. Its exceptional build quality ensures unrivaled durability, stability, and precision, even under the most demanding circumstances. The radial arm configuration provides unparalleled flexibility in drill head positioning, enabling drilling at various angles and positions. Equipped with a supremely powerful motor and a robust power transmission system, it delivers outstanding drilling performance in heavy-duty applications. This machine's unmatched strength and advanced features make it indispensable in industries such as heavy machinery, shipbuilding, and infrastructure construction. Its unwavering performance and reliability greatly amplify efficiency and productivity in substantial machining operations.

      Main Features:

      • Hydraulic pre-selected speed mechanism saves time setting.
      • A hand lever controls spindle motion, braking, speed changing, and neutral position, facilitating easy operation.
      • A hydraulic-driven rhombic block clamping ensures reliable clamping of the spindle head, arm, inner and outer column.
      • Hardening treatments on the upper guide way, circular surface of the outer column, spindle and sleeve, and rotary path of the inner outer columns extend the machine's service life and retain its accuracy.
      • Safety device & protective device included.
        Specifications
        Description Metric Imperial
        Drilling Capacity Ø100mm 3.94 in
        Spindle to Column 570-3150mm 22.44-124 in
        Spindle to Worktable 750-2500mm 29.53-98.43 in
        Spindle Travel  500m 19.69 in
        Spindle Taper MT6 MT6
        Spindle Speeds 8-1000rpm 8-1000rpm
        No. of spindle speed 22 steps 22 steps
        Spindle Feeds 0.06-3.2mm/rev 0.0024-0.126 in/rev
        No. of spindle feed 16 steps 16 steps
        Table Size 1250x800x630mm 49.21x31.5x24.8 in 
        Headstock level migration distance  2580mm 101.57 in
        Max Torque spindle 2450mm 1811.4 ft-lb
        Main Motor 15kW 20.1hp
        Racking shaft heave height  1250mm 49.21 in 
        Weight 20 000kg 44,092.5 lbs
        Dimensions  4660x1630x4525mm 183.46x64.17x178.15 in


          Standard Features
          • Hydraulic Clamping
          • Hydraulic Transmission
          • Hydraulic Pre-Selection
          • Quality Electrical Components
          Delivery

          Machine is build on demand only.

          Delivery is 12-16 Weeks from Deposit

          How to use a heavy duty radial drilling machine

          Below are the general steps for using this type of machine:

          1. Preparation: Before using the machine, make sure to review the manual and understand the machine's specifications, capabilities, and safety features. Make sure that the workpiece is properly secured and that the machine is properly grounded.

          2. Select the drilling tool: Choose the appropriate drill bit for the material and size of the hole you want to drill. Make sure that the drill bit is properly mounted in the chuck and tightened.

          3. Adjust the machine: Use the controls to adjust the radial arm to the desired position and extend it to the appropriate length. Use the controls to adjust the height of the drill head so that the drill bit is properly aligned with the workpiece.

          4. Start drilling: Turn on the machine and start drilling the hole by gradually increasing the speed and feed. Apply sufficient pressure to the drill bit to ensure that it cuts efficiently, but not too much pressure as this can cause excessive wear on the drill bit and machine.

          5. Monitor the drilling process: Continuously monitor the drilling process to ensure that the hole is being drilled correctly. Make adjustments as necessary to maintain the correct angle, speed, and feed.

          6. Finish the hole: Once the hole has been drilled to the desired depth, turn off the machine and remove the drill bit from the chuck. Inspect the hole for any defects or imperfections and make any necessary corrections.

          Note: Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety precautions when using a heavy duty radial drilling machine. Never exceed the machine's specifications and capacities, and always wear appropriate personal protective equipment. If you are unsure how to use the machine, seek assistance from a qualified professional.

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