Long Stroke Drill Units

AutoDrill's Series 2000 and Series 2100 drill units are now available with strokes to 9". Multi-wall drilling operations can be done from one side to reduce capital equipment costs. In addition to drilling applications, long stroke units are used for material work, inspection, assembly and motion control.

AutoDrill's Series 2000 and Series 2100 drill units are now available with strokes to 9". Multi-wall drilling operations can be done from one side to reduce capital equipment costs. In addition to drilling applications, long stroke units are used for material work, inspection, assembly and motion control.

The Model 2090 and 2190 AutoDrills are based on the company's pneumatic feed and mechanical rotation designs. This allows the units to have a majority of parts, including all recommended spare parts, in common with the 2" and 4" stroke drill units also available.

These drill units are heavily constructed and rated for continuous duty, according to the company. The units are backed by a 1-year warranty. Free engineering is provided to assist the customer with their application.