The machined worktop is of high quality, ribbed die-cast aluminium (220 x 120mm), featuring an adjustable fence with scale and a solid, hard-chromed steel column, 280 high x 20mm diameter. The super stable die-cast head comes with a VDE approved 230V, 85W motor. Power transmission is by aluminium pulleys and flat belt. There are three spindle speeds of 1,800, 4,700 and 8,500 rpm. Chrome feed lever with adjustable depth scale. The spindle is supported by three high quality sealed bearings. The recessed spindle is for insertion of MICROMOT steel collets, but also threaded for drill chucks 3/8" thread giving extremely high rotational accuracy with 30mm feed. The quill diameter is 32mm, with return spring. Throat depth, column to drill spindle, 140mm. Quick coarse height adjustment of headstock is with clamp levers. Maximum height 140mm. Supplied with six triple slit precision collets (1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.4, 3.0, 3.2mm).
|Base Size||220 mm x 120 mm|
|Chuck Capacity||1 mm to 3.2 mm|
|Chuck Travel||30 mm|
|Collets Supplied||1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.4, 3.0 and 3.2 mm|
|Corded or Cordless||Corded|
|Diameter of Column||20 mm|
|Motor Power||85 W|
|Nett Weight||3.3 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||320 mm x 240 mm x 130 mm|
|Speed Range||1,800, 4,700 & 8,500 rpm|
|Throat Depth||140 mm|
21 April 2014
Super little DrillI have had one of these for several years and it has been a fine workhorse for model making and model engineering. Easy to use and very smooth and accurate, I don't know of any rival in the market. It has its limitations on drill size but is really designed for small drills under about 5mm and excels when used with the proxxon drill range using collets. All in all probably the most useful proton tool I own.