A paper drill or punch will quickly and conveniently make a hole or series of
holes in a stack of paper. The finished product of a paper drill and a paper punch
is the same. The difference lies in the process that is used to achieve the result.
Paper drills are powered by a motor and can handle larger stacks of paper. Paper
punches handle smaller quantities of paper and are much smaller in size.
Our paper drills have capacities ranging from 1" to 2-1/2", and can drill up to 8
holes simultaneously. We have both mechanical and pneumatic (air) styles available.
The number of spindles regulates the number of drills that can be attached and used
in a single motion. There is a 2 drill capacity per spindle, thus, with three
spindles, you can make up to 6 holes by pulling the lever once. The number of
spindles you need depends upon the number of holes you wish to make simultaneously.
A traversing table allows the work area to move left to right and vice versa to allow
easily shifting/alignment of the papers being drilled, making the process more
efficient and the punches cleaner.