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2 Manual magnetic drilling machines
1. Table of contents
2. Table of contents
3. Safety procedures
4. Technical overview
5. Operating manual
5.1 Hole cutter selection
5.2 How to mount tools or adapters in a Weldon arbor
5.3 Drilling with hole cutters
5.4 Drilling with twist drills
5.5 Tapping / threading
5.6 Speed and torque setting
6. Tips and tricks
7. Maintenance
8. CE Declaration of Conformity
9. Warranty
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    Manual magnetic drilling machines

    1. Table of contents

    2. Table of contents
    3. Safety procedures
    4. Technical overview
    5. Operating manual
    5.1 Hole cutter selection
    5.2 How to mount tools or adapters in a Weldon arbor
    5.3 Drilling with hole cutters
    5.4 Drilling with twist drills
    5.5 Tapping / threading
    5.6 Speed and torque setting
    6. Tips and tricks
    7. Maintenance
    8. CE Declaration of Conformity
    9. Warranty

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    Manual magnetic drilling machines

    1. Safety procedures

    2. Technical overview
    FE 30

    When using magnetic drilling machines please follow the general safety instructions for electric
    power tools.

    Please read the manual

    use safety helmet

    Use eye protection

    use safety gloves

    disconnect before opening

    dangerous environment

    use safety chain

    don’t use in wet places

    use ear protection

    wear appropriate clothing

    FE 32

    FE 32 R/L

    FE 36 S

    FE 50

    FE 50 R/L

    FE 100 R/L

    Motor

    800 W

    900 W

    1050 W

    1080 W

    1150 W

    1150 W

    1800 W

    Spindle

    Direct – 19
    mm Weldon

    MT 2 – 19
    mm Weldon

    MT 2 – 19 mm
    Weldon

    MT 3 – 19 mm
    Weldon

    30 mm

    ½”x20 NF –
    19 mm
    Weldon
    32 mm

    Direct – 19
    mm Weldon

    Hole cutter
    30 mm
    Hole cutter
    55 mm

    ½”x20 NF
    – 19 mm
    Weldon
    32 mm

    36 mm

    50 mm

    50 mm

    100 mm

    30 mm

    32 mm

    32 mm

    N/A

    50 mm

    50 mm

    100 mm

    Hole cutter
    110 mm
    Countersink

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    50 mm

    50 mm

    100 mm

    N/A

    N/A

    30 mm

    N/A

    N/A

    40 mm

    55 mm

    Reaming

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    23 mm

    31.75 mm

    Twist drills

    N/A

    13 mm

    13 mm

    N/A

    23 mm

    23 mm

    31.75 mm

    Tap

    N/A

    RPM

    450 min

    Stroke

    80 mm

    150 mm

    150 mm

    Weight

    9.9 kg

    12 kg

    12 kg

    Magnet

    1500 kg

    1500 kg

    1500 kg

    Warning for electrical shock

    pacemaker warning

    N/A
    ‐1

    450 min

    M 16
    ‐1

    0‐350 min

    N/A
    ‐1

    400 min

    N/A
    ‐1

    M 20
    ‐1

    M 30
    ‐1

    ‐1

    I 250 min
    ‐1
    II 450 min

    I 50‐250 min
    ‐1
    II 100‐450 min

    I 40‐140 min
    ‐1
    II 120‐480 min

    39 mm

    150 mm

    150 mm

    250 mm

    11 kg

    13 kg

    13 kg

    27 kg

    1200 kg

    1700 kg

    1700 kg

    3500 kg

    TIP: Do not use your magnetic drill on the same structure when ARC welding is in progress. D.C.
    current will earth back through the magnet and cause irreparable damage.
    WARNING: This appliance must be earthed.
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    Always secure the machine with the supplied safety chain before starting to operate, this to protect the user in case of power
    failure or breaking loose of the magnet whilst in use.
    Always wear safety goggles, gloves and ear plugs.
    Disconnect from the power source when changing cutters or working on the machine.
    Always ensure cutter retaining screws are secure – they sometimes vibrate loose in use.
    Regularly clean the work area and machine., remove swarf and dirt, paying particular attention to the underside of the magnet.
    With a gloved hand, after switching off the power, remove any swarf which might have gathered around the cutter and arbor
    before proceeding to the next hole.
    Remove tie, rings, watches and any loose adornments which might entangle with the rotating parts of the machine.
    Should the cutter get stuck in the workpiece, stop the motor immediately to prevent personal injury. Disconnect from the
    power source and push and pull the arbor by hand. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FREE THE CUTTER BY SWITCHING THE MOTOR ON
    AND OFF.
    If the machine is accidentally dropped, always thoroughly examine the machine for signs of damage and check that it functions
    correctly before trying to drill a hole.
    Regularly inspect the machine and check the nuts and screws are tight.
    Always ensure when using the machine in an inverted position that only the minimum amount of coolant is used and that care
    is taken to ensure the coolant does not drip in the motor unit. We advise you to use special cutting paste which is specially
    designed for inverted position drilling.
    ONLY use spare parts advised by your dealer for magnetic drilling machines.
    Use the magnetic drilling unit on a clean and flat surface only, to prevent the machine breaking out because of poor clamping
    force.
    If you discover any irregularity on machine cables immediately bring the machine to a recognized dealer for a repair or
    maintenance service.

    Check power supply
    Make sure the used current corresponds with the machine specifications. When using a cable
    extension make sure it can do the job.

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    3. Operating instructions
    4.1 Hole cutter selection
    Before starting to drill make sure the cutter of your choice is the right one for the job you want to
    do. Following cutters are available in the Fe Powertools program:

    Manual magnetic drilling machines

    4.2 How to mount tools or adapters in a Weldon arbor?
    1) Make sure the machine is disconnected from the power supply.
    2) Put the center pilot in the cutter hole.
    3) Put the cutter or adapter in the arbor, making sure the flat sides are exactly in front of the
    arbor retaining screws (picture 1).
    4) Tighten the retaining screws.
    5) Check if the center pilot can move inside the cutter (up and down).

    4.3 Drilling with hole cutters
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    Place the machine at the desired position

    TIP: For 100% magnet clamping force you need at least 10 mm of steel. Coatings, paintings and dirt
    between magnet and workpiece will affect clamping force.
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    Switch on the magnet

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    Ensure that the magnetic drilling unit is secure on the working piece.
    Fill the arbor with lubrification/cutting oil in the special meant holes. Always use cutting
    oil from your dealer.
    Set the right RPM by adjusting the gear switch and/or variable speed control. (models FE
    32 R/L, FE 50 R/L and FE 100 R/L). The gear switch can be found on the side of the gear
    box. Variable speed for FE 32 R/L is placed on the control panel. The variable speed
    adjust of FE 50 R/L and FE 100 R/L can be found on the side of the drilling unit.
    Start the motor by pressing the green motor start button (I).

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    Start bringing the cutter to the workpiece but handle with care and do not apply too
    much pressure. The cutter has to find its way in to the material by itself. After 2 mm, the
    groove of the cut will help the cutter maintain its place and you can increase the power.

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    Still it is not necessary to use a lot of pressure. Too much pressure will cause damage
    and breakage.
    After the cut is finished the slug will automatically be ejected from the cutter, switch the
    machine off by pushing the red button(0).
    If the slug gets stuck in the cutter, move the machine to a flat surface. Switch on the
    magnet and gently bring the cutter down in contact with the surface. This usually allows
    a slug to straighten and to eject.

    WARNING: The slug will be ejected and is very hot

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    Start bringing the twist drill to the workpiece but handle with care and do not apply too
    much pressure. The drill has to find its way in to the material by itself. It is not necessary to
    use a lot of pressure. Too much pressure will cause damage and breakage.
    After the cutting is finished switch the machine off by pushing the red button.

    4.4 Drilling with twist drills
    There are several accessories available to be able to use twist drills with your magnetic drill.




    Adapter 19 mm Weldon ‐ ½”x20 UNF
    Adapter 19 mm Weldon – B16 taper connection
    Adapter 19 mm Weldon – B18 taper connection

    3.5 Tapping / threading
    With models FE 32 R/L, FE 50 R/L and FE 100 R/L you are able to make a thread in the drilled hole. All
    3 models have a reverse option. Only model FE 100 R/L has the possibility to make thread in “blind”
    holes. FE 50 R/L and FE 100 R/L drilling units are equipped with a direct Morse taper connection. A
    tap chuck can be inserted to this connection.

    These adapters will allow you to attach a drill chuck on to the hole cutter arbor.
    However when using longer twist drills you will notice the stroke of your magnetic drilling machine is
    often not large enough. With models FE 32 and FE 32 R/L you are able to remove the hole cutter
    arbor and guidance. It will reveal a ½”x20 NF direct connection on the drilling unit, enabling you to
    attach a corresponding drill chuck. To dismount the arbor unscrew the 4 hexagon screws under the
    guidance support. After, unscrew the arbor from the motor using an open ended spanner 18 and 20
    mm.
    Models FE 50, FE 50 R/L and FE 100 R/L are equipped with Morse taper adapters. They can be
    removed easily and a twist drill or drill chuck with direct taper connection can be inserted in to the
    drilling unit.
    Also twist drills with a direct Weldon connection are available (ranging from Ø 6 – Ø 12 mm)
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    Model FE 32 R/L can only make threads using the tap holder inserts (picture 2). Tap holders DIN376
    M10, M12 and M14 are standard delivered with every FE 32 R/L and FE 50 R/L.

    Available sizes:



    DIN376: M8, M10, M12, M14, M16, M18, M20, M22‐24, M27, M30
    ISO529: M8, M10, M12, M14, M16, M18, M20, M22‐24, M27, M30

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    Place the machine at the desired position
    Switch on the magnet

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    Ensure that the magnetic drilling unit is secure on the working piece.
    Aply cutting oil to the tap and workpiece. Always use cutting oil from your dealer.
    Set the right RPM by adjusting the gear switch and/or variable speed control. (models FE 32
    R/L, FE 50 R/L and FE 100 R/L). The gear switch can be found on the side of the gear box.
    Variable speed for FE 32 R/L is placed on the control panel. The variable speed adjust of FE
    50 R/L and FE 100 R/L can be found on the side of the drilling unit. First set the correct gear,
    after adjust the variable speed.

    Place the machine at the desired position
    Switch on the magnet

    Ensure that the magnetic drilling unit is secure on the working piece.
    Aply cutting oil to the twist drill and workpiece. Always use cutting oil from your dealer.
    Set the right RPM by adjusting the gear switch and/or variable speed control. (models FE 32
    R/L, FE 50 R/L and FE 100 R/L). The gear switch can be found on the side of the gear box.
    Variable speed for FE 32 R/L is placed on the control panel. The variable speed adjust of FE
    50 R/L and FE 100 R/L can be found on the side of the drilling unit.
    Start the motor by pressing the green motor start button.

    TIP: If possible, always select a setting with low transmission ratio and high motor speed.
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    4. Tips and Tricks

    TIP: Do not use your magnetic drill on the same structure when ARC welding is in progress. D.C.
    current will earth back through the magnet and cause irreparable damage.
    Start bringing the tap to the workpiece but handle with care and do not apply pressure.
    When the tap touches the material it is automatically pulled into the material. After you will
    have to use minimum pressure to feed the tap. Too much pressure will cause damage and
    breakage.
    After the tapping is finished switch the machine to reverse and the tap will be retracted.

    TIP: When using models with gear and variable speed always select a setting with low transmission

    TIP: In order to protect the first thread cut, rotate the motor slide upwards after you have retracted
    the tap out of the material.

    TIP: After the FE 100 R/L stops, caused by the torque control, you have to press the 0 on the motor

    3.6 Speed and torque setting

    TIP: After FE 100 R/L stops, caused by the thermal protection, let the motor run on high speed and

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    ratio and high motor speed, if possible.

    TIP: After tapping, iIn order to protect the first thread cut, rotate the motor slide upwards after you
    have retracted the tap out of the material.

    on/off switch before you can turn on the machine again.

    no load for about 2 minutes in order to cool down.
    Fe Powertools magnetic drills are provided with following speeds
    FE 30
    FE 32
    FE 32 R/L
    FE 36 S
    FE 50
    FE 50 R/L
    FE 100 R/L

    450 min‐1
    450 min‐1
    0‐350 min‐1
    400 min‐1
    250 min‐1
    450 min‐1
    50‐250 min‐1
    100‐450 min‐1
    40‐140 min‐1
    120‐480 min‐1

    To adjust speed first set the required gear using the gear switch on the side of the gearbox. After the
    speed can be fine‐tuned using the rotary switch on the side of the drilling unit (FE 50 R/L, FE 100 R/L)
    or on the control panel (FE 32 R/L).
    With model FE 100 R/L the torque setting can be electronically controlled by means of the rotary
    switch. If the setting is reduced, the machine will switch off in case of increased load. It is
    recommended to test this during the first applications so that cutter breakage is avoided if the user
    is unskilled.

    TIP: After the machine stops, caused by the torque control, you have to press the 0 on the motor
    on/off switch before you can turn on the machine again.
    In case of blocking. model FE 100 R/L is extra protected by a safety clutch.

    TIP: For 100% magnet clamping force you need at least 10 mm of steel. Coatings, paintings and dirt
    between magnet and workpiece will affect clamping force.
    TIP: Most situations which cause problems or question marks have already occurred for other users.
    Contact Fe Powertools or your dealer to see if a solution exists for your situation. (example: for
    drilling into non‐magnetic material with your magnetic drill, a special vacuum system has been
    designed).

    WARNING: This appliance must be earthed.
    WARNING: After drilling the slug will be ejected and is very hot.
    WARNING: When drilling in inverted position, cutting oil can enter the motor and can cause
    irreparable damage.
    WARNING: When drilling in inverted position, metal swarf can enter the motor. This can cause
    irreparable damage and can cause electrical shocks.
    WARNING: Steel plates of less than 10 mm thickness, coatings, paints and dirt between magnet and
    workpiece can affect clamping force and create a possible dangerous situation. Always make sure
    your magnetic drill is fastened with the supplied safety chain and make sure your machine is
    sufficient attached to the workpiece to start drilling.
    5. Maintenance
    Guidance: Check guidance regularly, it may have to be adjusted. Release the counter nuts when
    dealing with machines with guide beads and tighten the setscrews uniformly. Then retighten the
    counternuts.
    Tool holder/arbor: Clean the tool holder/arbor from the interior regularly.

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    Switches and cables: Check switches, cables and buckling protection for damages at regular
    intervals.
    Carbon brushes: Check carbon brushes and replace them in time. Used carbon brushes leave fine
    dust that deposits in the upper part of the motor. Therefore clean the upper part of the motor
    regularly. This way, swarf that might have come into the motor through ventilation gaps are also
    removed. Damages on armature, winding and the motor board are reduced.

    7. Warranty
    The warranty period for FE Powertools equipment is 12 months as of the date of purchase.
    Damages due to wear and tear, overload or improper handling of the machine are excluded from
    warranty. Damages that are due to fault in material or defect in fabrication will be remedied free of
    cost by compensation delivery or repair.

    6. CE Declaration of Conformity
    The product conforms to the basic requirements of the relevant CE directives. A conformity
    assessment method as provided in the directives has been executed.

    Complaints can only be accepted if the device is send undismantled and free of charge to Fe
    Powertools or to a competent service partner.
    Claims for damages cannot be derived from this warranty .

    Company:

    FE Powertools BV
    A van Leeuwenhoekweg 36B9
    2408 AN Alphen aan den Rijn
    The Netherlands

    For verification in accordance with guideline for machines 98/37/EEC. The low‐voltage directive
    73/23/EEC modifications inclusive the following standards were applied:

    Please fill out the warranty or add the purchase receipt.

    MACHINE TYPE

    : …………………………………………………………………………..

    MACHINE NUMBER

    : …………………………………………………………………………..

    DATE OF PURCHASE

    : ……………………………………………………………………………

    STAMP/SIGNATURE SPECIALISED DEALERS

    : ……………………………………………………………………………

    DIN EN 61029‐1
    For verification in accordance with EMC directive 89/336/EEC modifications inclusive the following
    standards were applied:
    EN 61000‐3, EN 50082‐1‐.19921,
    EN 55014‐1993, 55104‐1995
    The following technical documentation is available for inspection:
    ‐ Operating manual
    ‐ Constructional drawing
    ‐ Test documents
    ‐ Other technical documentation
    Alphen aan den Rijn, 01‐01‐2010

    Mark Korsten
    Director

    ERROR DESCRIPTION:

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