Paper Drills are the way to go if your organization regularly requires high-volume paper punching. Manual hole punches can be tedious, often jamming and only handling small amounts of paper at a time. Paper drilling is easy, powerful, and efficient. Simply turn on the machine and slowly pull down the handle- the spinning bit creates a perfect hole. Depending on the model, operators can produce one or more holes at a time in a variety of diameters through up to 2 inches of paper. Compare and choose a machine based on factors such as number of holes required, drilling capacity, hole size, machine footprint, brand and drill type (manual or electric).
The MBM 25 Single Spindle Paper Drill is a compact unit with an impressive 2" drilling capacity, 5 preset patterns available at the turn of a dial, easy glide table, self-centering side guides, and a quick release clamp. The MBM 25 accommodates 5⁄32", 13⁄64", 7⁄32", and 1⁄4" drill bits. A 1⁄4" drill bit is included with the MBM 25 Single Spindle Drill.
The Lassco Wizer Spinnit® FMMS-3 Paper Drill is a three-spindle paper drill that offers a 2" drilling capacity. The FMMS-3 features stationary heads set for drilling three holes, 41⁄4" on center. The Spinnit® FMMS-3 drill is manual lift, meaning that the drilling speed is manually controlled by applying pressure to a foot pedal, causing the drilling spindles to drill into the paper. The manual control is a great way to save money while maintaining control of the drilling process using two hands.