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STANDARD RD-125x4000 Extra Heavy Duty Radial Drill

*Excludes Local Taxes*

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 125mm (Steel) 4.92 in
    Arm length  4000mm 157.48 in
    Quill travel  560mm 22.05 in
    Quill feeds 0.06~3.2mm/rev 0.0024-0.1259 in/rev
    Spindle to column  600-4000mm 23.62-157.48 in
    Spindle to base 750-2500mm 29.53-98.42 in
    Spindle taper  Metric 80 Metric 80
    Spindle speeds  6.3-800rpm (22 speeds) 6.3-800rpm (22 speeds)
    Headstock Travel (Vertically) 3400mm 133.86 in
    Spindle motor  18.5kW 24.81 hP
    Headstock Swivel Angle +180° +180°
    Arm Elevating Motor Power 3kW 4.02 hP
    Hydraulic Clamping Motor Power  0.8kW  1.07 hP
    Coolant Motor 0.09kW 0.12 hp
    Table size  1250x800x630mm 49.21x31.50x24.80 in
    Weight  29,000kg 63,934 lbs
    Dimensions  5660x2151x4950mm 222.44x84.69x194.88 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

      1. Preparation: Before you start drilling, inspect the machine to ensure that all safety guards are in place and that all components are functioning properly. Make sure you have the correct drill bit for the material you will be drilling and that it is securely mounted in the chuck.

      2. Adjust the arm: Use the arm controls to adjust the radial arm to the desired position and height. The arm should be level and stable before you start drilling.

      3. Adjust the drill bit: Use the feed controls to position the drill bit over the center of the workpiece. Adjust the depth of the drill bit by turning the depth stop.

      4. Start drilling: Turn on the machine and adjust the speed of the drill bit using the speed control. Begin drilling by applying pressure to the drill bit with the feed controls. The drill bit should enter the workpiece smoothly and with a steady, controlled motion.

      5. Monitor progress: Keep an eye on the drill bit as it works and be ready to adjust the feed speed if necessary. If the drill bit encounters any resistance, stop the machine and adjust the speed or the angle of the drill bit as needed.

      6. Finish drilling: Once the drill bit has reached the desired depth, stop the machine and retract the drill bit from the workpiece. Turn off the machine and remove the drill bit from the chuck.

      7. Clean up: Clean the machine and the work area after use. Store the drill bit and any other tools securely.

      These are the basic steps for using a heavy-duty radial drilling machine. Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines and safety instructions when using this type of equipment. Proper training, personal protective equipment, and strict adherence to safety procedures are essential when working with heavy-duty drilling machines.

      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 125mm (Steel) 4.92 in
        Arm length  4000mm 157.48 in
        Quill travel  560mm 22.05 in
        Quill feeds 0.06~3.2mm/rev 0.0024-0.1259 in/rev
        Spindle to column  600-4000mm 23.62-157.48 in
        Spindle to base 750-2500mm 29.53-98.42 in
        Spindle taper  Metric 80 Metric 80
        Spindle speeds  6.3-800rpm (22 speeds) 6.3-800rpm (22 speeds)
        Headstock Travel (Vertically) 3400mm 133.86 in
        Spindle motor  18.5kW 24.81 hP
        Headstock Swivel Angle +180° +180°
        Arm Elevating Motor Power 3kW 4.02 hP
        Hydraulic Clamping Motor Power  0.8kW  1.07 hP
        Coolant Motor 0.09kW 0.12 hp
        Table size  1250x800x630mm 49.21x31.50x24.80 in
        Weight  29,000kg 63,934 lbs
        Dimensions  5660x2151x4950mm 222.44x84.69x194.88 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

          1. Preparation: Before you start drilling, inspect the machine to ensure that all safety guards are in place and that all components are functioning properly. Make sure you have the correct drill bit for the material you will be drilling and that it is securely mounted in the chuck.

          2. Adjust the arm: Use the arm controls to adjust the radial arm to the desired position and height. The arm should be level and stable before you start drilling.

          3. Adjust the drill bit: Use the feed controls to position the drill bit over the center of the workpiece. Adjust the depth of the drill bit by turning the depth stop.

          4. Start drilling: Turn on the machine and adjust the speed of the drill bit using the speed control. Begin drilling by applying pressure to the drill bit with the feed controls. The drill bit should enter the workpiece smoothly and with a steady, controlled motion.

          5. Monitor progress: Keep an eye on the drill bit as it works and be ready to adjust the feed speed if necessary. If the drill bit encounters any resistance, stop the machine and adjust the speed or the angle of the drill bit as needed.

          6. Finish drilling: Once the drill bit has reached the desired depth, stop the machine and retract the drill bit from the workpiece. Turn off the machine and remove the drill bit from the chuck.

          7. Clean up: Clean the machine and the work area after use. Store the drill bit and any other tools securely.

          These are the basic steps for using a heavy-duty radial drilling machine. Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines and safety instructions when using this type of equipment. Proper training, personal protective equipment, and strict adherence to safety procedures are essential when working with heavy-duty drilling machines.

          *Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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