The UDP-2 tabletop machine makes perforations of any shape in glass, stone, ceramics, etc., without creating internal stresses in the perforated material. This means that perforations in glass can be made very close to the edge of a workpiece; also, many perforations can be made close to each other, without the risk of breaking the glass due to internal stresses. The shape of perforations depends on the profile of the processing titanium tool. A flat instrument, the so-called ultrasonic knife, may also be used.
The UDP-6 machine uses the ultrasonic technology to make perforations ranging from 0.7 to 10 mm in diameter in solid and fragile materials.
These machines are in great demand in the jewelry industry, souvenir-making, and the electronics industry (perforating printed circuit boards). They are also used for creating through and blind pin holes (max. 2 mm in diameter) in semi-precious and precious stones, ceramics, and other solid and fragile materials, including with an ordinary sewing needle. With the help of a custom instrument, the operating tool (needle) is replaced in a matter of seconds, without the need for a soldering iron.
|Hole diameter||mm||min 0.7|
|Drill depth||mm||up to 10|
|Hardness of processed material||units||up to 7|
|Maximum mains power||W||max 100|
|Needle changeover time||s||90|
|Maximum dimensions of the ultrasonic generator (LxWxH)||mm||300х200х130|
|Maximum dimensions of the drill unit (LxWxH)||mm||360х320х600|
|Maximum weight of the ultrasonic generator||kg||4.5|
|Maximum weight of the ultrasonic drill unit||kg||10|
For drilling small diameter holes in solid elements