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Contact Owner: Harry Memelink
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408 Hutt Road,
Alicetown, Lower Hutt 5010
Wellington
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Professional Drill/Grinder IB/E

NO 28481

For drilling, milling, grinding, polishing, cleaning, cutting, carving, engraving and signing.
Ideal for mechanics, model builders, jewellers, opticians and electronic enthusiasts and professionals.

This high revving, special motor has full-wave electronic speed control. The ground steel spindle runs in a ball bearing, so minimising play. 6 high concentricity collets (1.0 - 1.5 - 2.0 - 2.4 - 3.0 and 3.2 mm and locking nut).

Technical Data:

  • 5,000 - 20,000 rpm. 220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz. 100 W.
  • Stable head of die-cast aluminium
  • Main housing made of fibreglass reinforced POLYAMIDE.
  • Length 230 mm.
  • Weight 500 g.
  • Insulation to class 2.
  • With 20 mm MICROMOT system fitting at the front which allows use in our drill stand and clamps.
  • Packed in a robust plastic case
  • Complete with 34 bits and cutters.

Steel Collets:
Six triple slit, hardened steel collets 1.0 - 1.5 - 2.0 - 2.4 - 3.0 and 3.2 mm and closure nut are included. With lock button for rapid cutter changing. MICROMOT steel collets are hardened and thus have a high, consistent flexibility. They also maintain prolonged accuracy, even after regular use (these collets should not be compared with unhardened four-slit collets of brass and aluminium). The triple slit collet is substantially more difficult to manufacture than the four-slit type, but offers a better load-bearing surface. This is especially important for cutters with small shank diameters.

This unit is supplied in a new, high-quality PP storage case. It has a strong frame, is extremely stable and large enough to repack in the case without "fiddling around". With lateral sticker for identification of the content.