Steelmax 115V D2X Heavy Duty Magnetic Drill (SM-D2X)

Steelmax 115V D2X Heavy Duty Magnetic Drill (SM-D2X)

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The Steelmax D2X is a powerful drilling machine for industrial use with maximum capacity of 2" diameter in 3" thick material. The D2X features a revolutionary, serivce-friendly design with a unique, semi-automatic, self adjusting gib system that requires minimal maintenance. The D2X accepts arbors and drill chucks with Morse Taper No.2 shafts and easily switches between drilling with annular cutters and solid twist drill bits for maximum flexibility.

The D2X is equipped with and electromagnetic Energy Saving Base (ESB) which only uses 50% of the power when the motor is not under load, dramatically increasing the operating life of the magnet. The D2X has a Magnetic Power Adhesion Control (MPAC) system which prevents drilling when the electromagnetic holding force is not sufficient.

Annual Cutters are Not Included and Must be Ordered Separately. They can be found under the accessories tab.

• 2" (51mm) Diameter X 2" (76mm) Depth of Cut
• Weight: 35 Lbs
• Adjustable Cutter Guard
• Through Spindle Coolant System with Removable Reservoir
• Safe Magnet Circuitry Recognizes Magnetic Holding Power
• Powerful 1260W Motor for Industrial Use
• 2-Speed Gearbox works with Twist Bits to 7/8" and Annular Cutters to 2" Diameter
• Magnet uses Only 50% Power When Not Under Load
• Semi-Automatic Gib Backlash Adjustment
• Energy Saving Base (ESB)
• Magnetic Power Adhesion Control (MPAC)
• Magnetic Field Shape Control (MFSC)

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