Self-Feeding Drills target plastics manufacturing industry.

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Series 2000 and Series 2100 produce one or many holes in production parts simultaneously. Units feature built-in pneumatic stroke cylinder offering 2 different strokes and electric motor with industrial-duty HTD timing belt system. Many drills can be operated in parallel to produce short cycle times for gang hole drilling. Options to integrate drills into existing operations or apply PLC logic with equipment are available.



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A Way To Drill Holes Faster and More Accurately!


AutoDrill offers, for the production plastics manufacturing industry, a fast low cost method to drill holes. The Series 2000 and Series 2100 Self-feeding Drill Units are designed to produce simultaneously one or many accurate holes in production parts. Cycle times faster than some CNC equipment are possible. Operations that are difficult to perform by other fabricating methods can be setup for automatic trouble free production. Much less operator training is required than for other hole making methods.

The built-in pneumatic stroke cylinder is the secret to AutoDrill's capabilities. Available in two stroke lengths, they handle most existing or new drilling operations. Many drills can be operated in parallel to give extremely short cycle times for gang hole drilling. An electric motor with an industrial duty HTD timing belt system completes the standard package. Options to integrate the drills into existing operations or apply PLC logic with the equipment are available.

Free application engineering and CAD drawings are offered with the equipment.

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