The Manual Hole Drilling Machine uses a fast, dry process which avoids use of water and avoids constant replacement of high-cost drill-bits. Manual operation of this machine includes the holding of the work piece and the nozzle during blasting. A foot switch is used to control the length of time for blasting.
The Manual Hole Drilling Machine is used for creating electrolyte fill holes in glass substrates during the initial stage of glass electrode preparation. Accurate holes are produced by application of fine, high-pressure blasting media onto the substrate.
The system includes a double filtration system for capturing dust that is formed during the blasting process. A clear safety window allows for viewing inside the blasting chamber during the blasting process.
Specifications : Safety glass window – protects user during operation while providing excellent view. Dust Absorber to collect harmful dust particles produced during the blasting process
|Features||Description||Benefit / Additional Information|
|Grit Media||Grit sizes from ultra fine 10 micron to larger 300 micron media||Can accommodate most common grades of grit media|
|Control Grit Dosage||Manual control of grit dosage||Allows user to control speed and pressure delivery of grit media to substrate|
|Safety Features||Safety glass window – protects user during operation while providing excellent view. Dust Absorber to collect harmful dust particles produced during the blasting process|
Length 720mm, Width 580mm, Height 370mm
- Electricity: 230V AC, 50Hz
- Air Supply: 8bar maximum Clean, Dry, Compressed Air or Nitrogen
|Substrate Sizes Accomodated
||Max Size: Length 670mm x Width 495mm||Accommodates a range of DSC substrates|