20K Ultrasonic Driller/ Ultrasonic Corer (USDC)

20K Ultrasonic Driller/ Ultrasonic Corer (USDC)

Ultrasonic assisted machining is a special machineing in which the surface of workpiece material is gradually broken by using ultrasonic frequency as the tool for small amplitude vibration and by the action of the abrasive free in the liquid between it and the workpiece on the processed surface.

20K Ultrasonic Driller/ Ultrasonic Corer (USDC) 

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The Ultrasonic/Sonic Driller/Corer (USDC) is a drilling device that uses vibrations in order to hammer its bit through materials, as opposed to traditional drilling methods. The drill uses a piezoelectric actuator as its source of power, and utilizes a variety of 'horns' to vibrate, or hammer, its bit through the material. A prototype of the drill was first released by NASA in April 2000, which weighed 1.5 lb. (.7 kg) and had the capacity to drill half-inch holes into granite using only 10 watts of power, whereas the modern household half-inch drill requires 750 watts. The USDC was originally designed to be able to drill through very rigid rock surfaces that would otherwise be damaged by a rotary drill, but has also shown potential usefulness to the field of medicine. It is the specific characteristics of the drill that make it ideal or practical for certain situations.


Product shape: HSK A63 drilling machine handle
Working frequency: 15-21KHz;
Resonance point amplitude: 10um or more;
Speed: 3000 r / min or less
Matching tool: carbide drilling head Φ2/Φ3/Φ4/Φ5/Φ6;
Power: 1000W

Different models of connectors applied for various machine tools
BT40/BT30/HSK A63


Hard materials such as stainless steel, glass, ceramics, carbide,

Quartz, etc.




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