radial drill

radial drill

[′rād·ē·əl ′dril]
(mechanical engineering)
A drilling machine in which the drill spindle can be moved along a horizontal arm which itself can be rotated about a vertical pillar.
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At the time, Air-X-Changer was outsourcing some of the pre-drilling work and finish-drilling them in house on a manual radial drill. Total time to drill a typical prefabricated header with 300 5/8" holes was about two hours, excluding reworks.
Accordingly, Air-X-Changer retired the radial drill and installed two new gantry type CNC machining centers to handle the drilling.
Supporting the production center to form a simple yet highly productive and flexible three-machine cell are a traveling-column radial drill and a special-purpose line boring machine.
Clausing will be demonstrating a comprehensive range of workshop equipment from its extensive catalogue of including radial drills, horizontal and vertical saws, manual and automatic surface grinders and large swing manual and CNC turning machines.
It repairs and rebuilds all sizes of internal mixers and extruders, Midwest's expansion includes the installation of a state-of-the-art computer controlled milling center, and the acquisition of radial drills, lathes and horizontal boring mills.
The G.bal series of electropneumatic drill units replace hand drills, radial drills, pneumatics and other automated drilling operations.
2225 Meyer Road Fort Wayne, IN 46803 (219) 426-4686 Karl Reuther II, President Services offered: Manufacturing of trimless rubber mold; compression molds and injection molds Equipment: Two CNC lathes, two CNC vertical machining centers, seven engine lathes, four Bridgeport mills, two radial drills, grinders
The "Global" series of Sugino Selfeeder drill units are named for their universal global appeal and adaptability to virtually any application, replacing hand drills, radial drills, pneumatics and to other automated drilling operations.