automatic drill

automatic drill

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′dril]
(design engineering)
A straight brace for bits whose shank comprises a coarse-pitch screw sliding in a threaded tube with a handle at the end; the device is operated by pushing the handle.
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"Safety precautions like automatic drill stoppage prevent accidents involving both personnel and equipment," the company reported.
These compact, economical yet extremely precise hole-drilling systems offer a wide range of fixturing, keyless Albrecht chuck mechanisms, manual quill control and ejector pins through a hollow quill for automatic drill cleaning.
Each includes control console, operator platform and automatic drill rod breakout system.
Tenders are invited for Supply And Installation Of Automatic Drill Property Analysis System
An option is to use a normal hydraulic drill hammer with an automatic drill steel handling system.
Dental practice is gradually moving towards diagnosis/prevention and away from automatic drill and fill approaches; a shift which will be further enabled by the Calcivis System.
Contract notice: Supply and installation of an automatic drill rig and radiosondes for the upper air observation network.
The new Spot D Tek IV features include an automatic drill head compass (yaw) that speeds drilling by eliminating the need for out-front locate points by showing the operator the drill head path in degrees from his target line.
Levings says exclusive Ditch Witch features include a mechanical rock-boring system and automatic drill pipe lubrication.
* Easy and efficient automatic drill pipe handling,
As an American photo-journalist tried to interview Frazer, he claims workmen at a nearby building site started using automatic drills to drown out the interview.
The Vitap line of semi-automatic and automatic drills from Atlantic Machinery Corp.

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