Drill radial

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Do you need a tool that optimizes hole machining?

Then undoubtedly the radial drill is the solution to your machining needs!

This type of drill belongs to the line of most requested and versatile industrial machinery in the industry.

Also known as radial arm press, this type of drill operates using multi-edge tools.

The process is carried out, as in other similar tools, by the removal of chips by the action of the drills.

A radial drill consists of a head that drills the pieces, and that is driven by a series of gears.

Being mounted on a mobile axis, called an arm, it can access different parts of a part without having to move it.

To make this possible, the head can be adjusted to different heights and also rotatably.

Do you want to know the advantages offered by its use?

Being a compact size machinery, its use is simple and very practical for drilling work in different materials.

This is perhaps the most powerful reason why many professionals choose this tool. Reason that positions it favorably among the entire range of drilling presses.

But its application does not stop only at drilling. It is so versatile that with it you can countersink and grind small parts quickly and with an excellent finish.

It is used in masonry work due to the practicality it offers in terms of handling and adaptation to different machining operations.

How is a radial hole shaped?

If you want to understand how it works a little better, it is important to explore its structure.

A radial drill is basically made up of an arm, a drill head and a column.

There are radial drills or drills that are attached to the ground, but the most common are placed on benches.

When on workbenches, bits and other parts are more easily removed and swapped because the arm extends, making it easy to maneuver when the part is large.

How does a radial drill work?

Radial drill guides are located on the worktable and workpieces can generally be fixed using built-in clamping screws.

Starting from the base or table, is the column, this section is cylindrical and serves as a support for the head, which slides up and down.

The arm, which allows this movement, is adjusted by means of an endless screw. The ability to rotate this arm through 360 ° is the reason for its great versatility.

How many types of radial drill are there ... and which one to choose?

Models horizontal radial drill, have the particularity that the carriage can move radially on the arm. And the latter, it moves vertically, this allows to change the working point without moving the part that is being machined.

The Radial Drill Z3032, is a good example of this series, its maximum drilling radius is 50 mm, it reaches distances of up to one meter from the plate to the spindle and from this to the surface of the column.

By contrast, the Z3050 radial drill, It offers a greater range in the distance from the axis to the spindle and column and from the spindle to the base of the table, which reaches up to 1250mm. For obvious reasons it exceeds its weight by almost 50% more.

Both models have an excellent power transmission in the pinions of their vertical head and security system.

The speed of the movement of the arm can be graduated at different levels. It is the model for you if you need to drill large or heavy parts.

On the other hand, the multi spindle drill, consists of several spindles that operate individually. They are located on a table that can support different parts, therefore, this radial multi-spindle drill is the most suitable if you want to work in series, reducing your work time considerably.

To use this type of radial drill, the positions of each spindle are pre-set prior to machining. Each spindle offers precision edge and surface drilling because its rotating heads can be tilted up to a 90 ° angle.

Where to buy a radial drill in Colombia?

Once you have made your choice, you can learn more details and characteristics of radial drills in Colombia, just by visiting the Aeromaquinados portal.