Robotic Drilling

When selecting a robotic spindle for drilling – also referred to as hole-making – there are a few factors to consider.  These include the hole diameter and depth, the tolerance required, and whether the hole will require additional machining such as threads or a recessed top to accommodate fasteners.  These factors will determine the type of spindle best suited for your particular application.  All Dynomax spindles are built to handle the unique power, torque, speed and precision requirements for drilling.

Below are examples of Dynomax robotic drilling spindles, all designed to minimize robotic payload.  Don’t see what you need?  Not a problem. Try our innovative Spindle Creator. Give us your required specs, and we’ll send you a quote that meets your particular needs.

Model HSE 090-811635

Model HSE 090-811635

Spindle Stats

  • Drive: High-speed Motorized
  • Speed: 18,000 RPM Maximum
  • Power: 24 HP Maximum
  • Weight: 216 lbs/98.2 kg
  • Cooling: Liquid
  • Tooling: HSK-63F Automatic
 
Model 1862

Model 1862

Spindle Stats

  • Drive: High-speed Motorized
  • Speed: 60,000 RPM Maximum
  • Power: .75 HP Maximum
  • Weight: 13.2 lbs/6 kg
  • Cooling: Liquid
 
Model 1861

Model 1861

Spindle Stats

  • Drive: High-speed Motorized Block
  • Speed: 40,000 RPM Maximum
  • Power: 2.5 HP Maximum
  • Weight: 17 lbs/7.7 kg
  • Cooling: Liquid
 
Model 0558C

Model 0558C

Spindle Stats

  • Drive: Standard Motorized
  • Speed: 7,200 RPM Maximum
  • Power: 3 HP Maximum
  • Weight: 78 lbs/35.4 kg
  • Cooling: Convection
  • Tooling Options: HSK, CAT & Collet
 
Model 1860

Model 1860

Spindle Stats

  • Design: Compact, Leightweight
  • Drive: High-speed Motorized
  • Optional Speeds: 30,000, 40,000 or 60,000 RPM Maximum
  • Power: 2.5 HP Maximum
  • Weight: 12 lbs/5.5 kg
  • Mount: Various Options
  • Tooling: Standard Collet
  • Cooling: Air or Liquid