This Machine Has Been DISCONTINUED, It Has Been REPLACED By The FMMH-3.1 Paper Drill Which Can be Found On Our Site As Item# 17058 As Well As The Entire CURRENT Lassco Line. Please contact us for any questions.
Lassco Spinnit HL-3 Three Spindle Hydraulic Lift Paper Drill
The Lassco HL-3 (Hydraulic Lift - 3 Spindle) Paper Drill is a fully automatic hydraulic lift paper-drilling machine. It has an adjustable 2" or 2-1/2" drilling capacity and foot pedal control. The Lassco HL-3 Paper Drill has a powerful 1 HP spindle motor.
Adjustable hydraulic lift speeds Easy set up for drill depth adjustmentThree spindles with a 2-1/2 inch drilling capacityFully automatic 1 HP hydraulic lift with foot pedal activationPowerful 1 HP spindle motorSturdy adjustable back-gauge
Table size: 17 x 32 inchesBase footprint: 18 x 22 inchesTable height: 36 inchesOverall height: 56 inchesOverall width: 32 inches Overall depth: 31 inchesMax strokes per minute: 20Motor: 1 HP, 60 Hz, single phase 208/230 Volts, 7 AmpsReceptacle required: NEMA L6-30RActual weight: 510 lbs.Shipping weight: 640 lbs.Shipping dimensions: 48 x 40 x 60 inchesShips via: LTL Truck
Two hand push button controls
Additional side guideDrill stripsHydrol HL hydraulic oil (15 liters)Style H hollow drill bits
All floor model drills include:
MS-1 drill sharpener
Spin-Eze drill bit lubricant
Set of 5/16 inch drill bits
Some Pointers and Tips on Drilling: USE A SHARP DRILL BIT AT ALL TIMES. Generally, a Drill Bit can be used for approximately four (4) hours of use before it needs to be sharpened. Apply light pressure when sharpening. Too much pressure may cause flaring of the tip. (Once a Drill Bit has a flared tip, it becomes defective.) Three types of Drill Sharpeners are available. USE A SHARPENING STONE to debur the outside cutting edge of the your Drill Bits for better performance. LUBRICATE DRILL BITS OCCASSIONALLY - use Drill-Ease or Spin-Eze. While the drill is running, simply touch the Drill-Ease stick to the Drill Bit or brush on the Spin-Eze. This will allow for a smoother cut. USE DRILL BLOCKS. When drilling, a Drill Bit must stop slightly above the drill block when lowered. Replace worn out drill blocks regularly to ensure proper drilling.