AutoDrill suggests three phase motors be used whenever possible. This is because they are often more reliable and energy efficient than the single phase and pneumatic options available. Hydraulic motors are not as common on this size unit. If three phase power is unavailable, a single phase motor option is offered or you can also choose an air motor drive. This is especially helpful for all pneumatic shops or those that have a space constraint on their fixture, etc.
On this page, you will see some basic motor configurations that we offer. The electric motor is shown below as an example. The air motor options are similar. Motors for the 2000 Series AutoDrill are offered from 1/3 HP to 2 HP. We can also offer primary gear reduction for those applications that require a very slow RPM rate.
Most 2000 Series self-feed AutoDrill units utilize high quality, anti-slip HTD timing belt and pulley set-ups. These are toothed sets for positive drive action.
Typical Motor & Automatic Drill Drive Arrangements:
This is the “UT” Motor Configuration. This is the Most Common for Horizontal Drilling Operations. The Motor is Generally Configurable in Four Positions Based on Your Actual Application Needs. Custom Rotation Positions Also Available Upon Request.
This is the “ZT” Configuration. This is also Common for Horizontal Drilling Operations but Especially when the Motor Needs to be Up and Above an Obstruction. The Motor is Generally Configurable in Four Positions Based on Your Actual Application Needs. Custom Rotation Positions Also Available Upon Request.
Direct Drive Configuration. The Output Speed of the Motor is the Same as the Tool RPM with this Configuration.
Custom Multiple Drive Arrangement. If you have a Special Need, Please Contact us. We can Often Meet That Need. Some Other Offerings Include Off-Set Drives, Close C-C Drives, Right Angle Drives, etc.
Electric Motor Advantages:
Air Motor Advantages: