A very useful smaller pillar drill for the model engineer, electronics enthusiast or indeed anyone who has the need for an accurate, compact machine for drilling holes up to 6mm diameter. Unlike many other similar drills, the Axminster Model Engineer Series X0 is solidly made and has a hefty cast iron base, making it stable and free from vibration. Features include a choice of two speed ranges with full electronic control within each speed range, digital read-out of the quill travel with zeroing facility and choice of metric or imperial units, coarse or fine downfeed and a quill locking screw. The cast iron base has two T-slots for holding a vice or compound table and there is an adjustable fence bar which clamps to the table to act as a support for the workpiece.
|Base Size||275 mm x 165 mm|
|Chuck Capacity||6 mm|
|Chuck Travel||40 mm|
|Diameter of Column||30 mm|
|Max Chuck to Base||195 mm|
|Nett Weight||14 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||275 mm x 165 mm x 400 mm|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||66 dB(A) [2.0 dB]|
|Speed Range||0 - 3,600 / 0 - 5,000 rpm (2 x Var)|
|Throat Depth||165 mm|
21 October 2015
Solid if a little rough round the edgesMy wife kindly bought me this drill as a present for my birthday as I have started modelling.