Axminster Craft AC680RD Floor Radial Drill

Code: 105112

  • Medium sized floor radial pillar drill for hobby use, all cast iron construction
  • Smooth running 375W induction motor, 5 belt speeds 460-2,480 rpm
  • Spindle running in high quality ball bearings
  • Quill assembly is a good fit into the headstock
  • Convenient rack and pinion table height adjustment
  • Fitted with soft grip rubber feed handles, and a quality 1-16mm keyless chuck
  • Features include belt cover safety switch and emergency stop switch
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£319.96 (£266.63 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Craft AC680RD Floor Radial Drill
  • Axminster Drill Clamp 150mm(6")
  • Axminster Craft Drill Vice - 100mm
Total: £380.56
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This floor standing radial drilling machine will be an asset to any home workshop.

Perhaps the most outstanding feature of the machine is the variable drilling width capacity of between 220mm and 420mm, measured from the centre line of the chuck to the front face of the column. This gives a maximum drilling width well above normal pillar drill capacity which, coupled with the ability to vary the drilling angle, gives the machine a high degree of versatility.

There is a two part table assembly which is more versatile in use. The horizontal movement of the head is controlled by a rack and pinion system which can be firmly locked in position. Tilting is easily achieved by undoing a locking knob at the top of the column, setting the required angle against a scale and re-locking the knob. There is a positive locating pin which runs in a keyway on the horizontal bar to ensure that the head returns exactly to the vertical. A 375W induction motor drives the drilling head, equipped with a 1-16mm keyless chuck through a V belt and a choice of 5 pulleys giving a speed range of (5) 460-2,480rpm.

In other respects this pillar drill is similar to the standard models, with a true running chuck spindle and a good fit of the quill assembly into the headstock casting to ensure consistent drilling. The drill comes fitted with rubber down feed grips, NVR switch, chuck guard and belt cover safety switch. One word of warning - the chuck is located in the drive quill with the conventional Morse taper which requires an axial loading to keep it securely in place; if the head is used in the horizontal position together with a sanding drum or polishing mop there is a risk of the chuck coming loose.

Please note: the morticing attachment is not suitable for this machine.

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This product is on page 73 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2018/19 Catalogue.
Specification

Specification

Base Size 450 mm x 270 mm
Chuck Capacity 3 mm to 16 mm
Chuck Travel 80 mm
Chuck Type keyless
Collar Size 55 mm
Diameter of Column 60 mm
Max Chuck to Base 1,180 mm
Max Chuck to Table 680 mm
Max Drilling Mild Steel 16 mm
Morse Taper 2 MT
Nett Weight 61 kg
Overall L x W x H 820 mm x 320 mm x 1,630 mm
Power 375 W
Rating Craft
Speed Range 460 - 2,480 rpm (5)
Table Size 310 mm diameter
Table Tilt 45° - 0° - 45°
Throat Depth 420 mm
Voltage 230 V
Plug Fitted UK 3 pin plug
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