Drill Press 20MM

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An industrial drill press is a stationary machine tool designed for precision drilling, tapping, reaming, counterboring, and countersinking operations in various materials such as metal, wood, or plastic. It typically consists of a motor-driven spindle mounted on a fixed column, with a vertically adjustable table to support the workpiece. The drill press is equipped with a rotating drill bit that is lowered or raised by a handle, lever, or automated mechanism, allowing for accurate and controlled drilling at specific depths and angles. Industrial drill presses are commonly used in manufacturing, metalworking, and woodworking applications where precise and repetitive drilling operations are required.

Speed: 180-2770rpm;
Speed level: 16;
Motor: 130*70mm;
Safety switch: emergency stop switch,
micro switch;
Chuck Size: 5-20mm (with PC shield);
Maximum drilling diameter: 20mm;
Spindle stroke: 80mm;
Spindle taper: MT2;
Overall height: 1580mm

KSh 56,500.00 KSh 58,500.00


Drill Press Uses

  1. Metalworking: Industrial drill presses are frequently used in metal fabrication and manufacturing industries for drilling holes in metal sheets, plates, and components. This includes tasks such as creating holes for bolts, screws, or other fasteners.
  2. Woodworking: In the woodworking industry, drill presses are utilized for tasks like creating holes for dowels, screws, or other joinery methods. They provide accuracy and consistency, crucial for woodworking projects where precision is essential.
  3. Machining Operations: Drill presses are employed in various machining operations, such as milling and reaming, to achieve precise dimensions and finishes in metal components.
  4. Construction: In construction and carpentry, drill presses are used to create holes in building materials like wood, metal, or plastic for the installation of hardware, fixtures, or fasteners.
  5. Automotive Industry: Drill presses are used extensively in the automotive industry for drilling holes in metal components, fabricating parts, or creating openings for various automotive assemblies.
  6. Electronics Manufacturing: Precision drilling is essential in electronics manufacturing for creating holes in circuit boards or mounting holes for components. Drill presses help ensure accurate placement and dimensions.
  7. Jewelry Making: In the jewelry industry, drill presses are employed for drilling holes in metals or other materials used in jewelry production.
  8. Maintenance and Repair: Drill presses are valuable tools in maintenance workshops for repairing and servicing machinery. They are used for tasks such as removing broken bolts, re-drilling holes, or creating precise openings in equipment.
  9. Plastic Fabrication: Industries working with plastic materials use drill presses to create holes and openings in plastic components for various applications.
  10. Educational and Research Institutions: Drill presses are commonly found in educational settings, such as vocational schools and research institutions, where students and researchers learn and conduct experiments in materials science, engineering, and related fields.
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Safety Precautions

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the drill press’s user manual to understand its specific features, capabilities, and safety guidelines.
  2. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or a face shield to protect your eyes from debris and a dust mask if needed.
  3. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely clamped to the drill press table or held in a suitable fixture. This prevents the workpiece from spinning or being ejected during drilling.
  4. Check the Tool and Work Area:
    • Inspect the drill press, including the drill bit and chuck, before use to ensure they are in good condition. Remove any obstructions from the work area to prevent accidents.
  5. Adjust Speed and Feed Rate:
    • Set the appropriate speed and feed rate for the material being drilled. Using the wrong settings can lead to overheating, tool breakage, or poor-quality holes.
  6. Use Proper Drill Bits:
    • Select and use the correct type and size of drill bit for the material being drilled. Dull or damaged bits should be replaced immediately.
  7. Keep Hands Away:
    • Keep your hands away from the drill bit and rotating parts while the machine is in operation. Use a push stick or other tools to feed the material into the drill.
  8. Tie Back Loose Clothing:
    • Avoid wearing loose clothing, jewelry, or accessories that could get caught in the drill press. Tie back long hair to prevent entanglement.
  9. Use a Depth Stop:
    • Set the depth stop to control the drilling depth, preventing the drill bit from penetrating too deeply and reducing the risk of accidents.
  10. Turn Off Power Before Adjusting:
    • Always turn off the drill press and wait for it to come to a complete stop before making adjustments or changing the drill bit.
  11. Maintain a Clean Workspace:
    • Keep the work area clean and free of clutter. Remove chips and debris regularly to prevent slips and falls.
  12. Emergency Stop:
    • Familiarize yourself with the location of the emergency stop button and use it in case of any unexpected situations.
  13. Training and Supervision:
    • Ensure that operators are adequately trained in the safe use of the drill press. Supervise novice users until they are proficient in operating the equipment safely.
  14. Regular Maintenance:
    • Perform routine maintenance on the drill press, including lubrication and inspection, to ensure it operates smoothly and safely.

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