Marcrist DDM1 Core Drill Machine for drilling holes in wood, plastic, concrete, bricks, and stone. Has two speed settings, that are controlled with the flip of a switch.
Input Power: 1200 Watt.
No Load Speed: 0-1500/0-3000/min.
Chuck Size: 13/16mm.
Sound Pressure Level LpA: 91 dB(A), KpA: 3 dB.
Sound Power Level LwA: 102 dB(A), KpA 3 dB.
Vibation Emmission Values:
Concrete: ah ID: 8,75 m/s2, K ID: 1,5 m/s2.
Metal: ah ID: 3,08m/s2, K ID 1,5 m/s2.
The Marcrist DDM1 has been specially developed for the trade professional. The machine is also supplied with a direct drive adapter for dry diamond cores, should the tradesman wish to use the machine as a full time dedicated diamond drilling machine.
A percussion action makes the multifunctional DDM1 machine perfect for drilling smaller diameter holes with masonry bits, and provides impressive performance when used with Marcrist’s diamond percussion cores.
The powerful 1200W motor with soft start and constant power control provides plenty of progressive power for effortless diamond drilling, whilst the durable 2-speed metal gearbox with pressure trigger provides continuously variable speed(0-1500 RPM and 1500 - 3000 RPM), allowing the user to select the optimum speed for the smallest and largest diamond cores.
- 2 Speed Gear Box
- Mechanical clutch & electronic override protection
- Percussion action
- Anti-vibration side handle
- Variable speed pressure trigger
- Powerful 1200w motor
- Vibration dampening handle with extension bar for compatible drilling
- High quality precision 3 jaw Jacobs chuck
1/2" x 20 UNF to 1/2" BSP (M) adaptor to fit 1/2" BSP (F) cores directly to machine
“Marcrist DDM1 Diamond Core Drill 1200W 110/240V” By Barry C on
All good very good item and good delivery, no issues. Price was good.
“Marcrist DDM1 Diamond Core Drill 1200W 110/240V” By rocket 23 on
owned this beast for 12 months and used mainly with 107mm cores. from the start the clutch was poor causing severe kickback and rotation of the drill. rang Marcrist support who advised the clutch relied on the friction ring of the handle being absolutely locked on and firmly held. persevered with it with a few minor incidents but the problem never went away despite following their instructions. i refused to loan the drill to anyone else for fear of what might happen to them. Well finally it bit me hard. fractured wrist and 8 weeks in plaster with no income. on checking the drill later found the locking points on the handle ring partially sheared off allowing the handle to slip round the drill. poor design or soft materials probably. i am not alone in this . if you look around the trade and tool forums you can find many more unhappy and some injured users. Stay Clear
“Marcrist DDM1 Diamond Core Drill 1200W 110/240V” By COLIN SHARPE on
so far only used this tool once but cannot be faulted , very smooth does great job no dramas