We cannot undervalue machines in the modern period since they are crucial for increasing worker efficiency and greatly helpful in decreasing burdens. Regarding drilling machines, they are crucial for creating circular holes with revolving cutters. These drilling machines, often called drill presses and drilling devices, are essential for producing parts with different diameters. To put it another way, they play a significant role in simplifying a difficult process. Drilling machines are employed in every sector of the economy, be it residential, commercial, or industrial. Drilling is becoming increasingly popular in many sectors, and drilling equipment is essential in this situation. It is employed in construction as well as in the metal processing sector. They are also employed to streamline all medical industry-related procedures. Additionally, they play a significant role in the manufacturing, metalworking, and even construction operations related to space equipment.


What Applications Does a Drilling Machine Serve?

A drilling machine is a device that is used to drill holes in a variety of materials, including plastic, metal, ceramic, and wood. It can be fixed or movable. The following list of hole shapes and geometries that may be created with a drilling machine demonstrates its versatility:


Drilling holes in a work piece, either through or blind, is the most popular usage for a drilling machine.


Boring is the process of using a drilling machine to enlarge the diameter of an existing hole.


This technique improves the surface polish and dimensional correctness of a hole that has previously been drilled.


To receive a threaded fastener, such as a screw or bolt, a hole may need to be threaded after it has been drilled. Internal threads can be cut with a tap that can be fastened to the machine.


The work piece may need to have a countersink made after a hole is drilled. To accept a fastener head that has to be flush with or lower than the surface of a completed product, a countersunk hole features a conical cutout.


To ensure that a fastener’s head fits flush with or below the work surface, a shallow, expanded cylindrical cutout is made with a counterboring tool.


Capacity in steel 38 mm
Spindle Speeds 8 nos in RPM 8 (105 rpm to 1100 rpm)
Spindle nose Taper Morse Taper No.4
Spindle center to column 244 mm
Spindle Travel 150 mm
Size of Table 425 Diameter
Maximum distance spindle to Table 673 mm
Maximum distance spindle to Base 1060 mm
The working surface of the base Column Diameter 115
Machine Base 660 x 420 mm
Overall Dimensions 1778 x 860 x 495 mm
Motor Speed 0.93 KW, 0.55 KW
Motor 3 Phase, induction, A.C. 1400 rpm / 700 rpm
Weight of machine 330 kg

Standard Accessories : Motor Pulley & Switch
Accessories : Drill Chuck, Arbour Mt-3, V-Belt, Drill Vice, Compound Sliding Table