Scorpion Minifix 3


Question: Do you use or want to use cam and dowel/minifix in assembling your carcasses...?? If so, what are your options..?? 1) a jig where all holes are manually drilled which is labour intensive and may not be that accurate 2) Use a traditional 21 spindle multi borer which will require 3 set ups and 3 tool changes, again labour intensive and as accurate as the operator. 3) Invest in a CNC which cost lots of money takes a lot of floorspace.

The solution...?? The Scorpion Minifix drilling machine


The Scorpion has drilling heads to 3 sides and is truly a unique machine making pre drilling of cam and dowel/minifix an easy process.

  • 1st drilling head is from below which pre drills for the cam
  • 2nd is the end drill to allow the dowel to meet the cam along with 2 additional dowel drills
  • 3rd drilling head is from above which pilot drills 5mm to screw the dowel in the panel along with 2 dowel drills
  • Machine is 240 volts and requires compressed air

The machine has pneumatic clamping with each head being operated by push button.


Replacement tooling

RH 15mm dia x 10mm shank x 70mm     £21.42
Lip and Spur, 7.5mm x 10mm shank x 70 RH       £25.90 (7.5mm is recommended for the 7mm dowel but is a 'special' size)
Lip and Spur, 8.0mm x 10mm shank x 70 RH    £8
Lip and Spur, 5mm x 10mm shank x 57.5 RH         £7.14
£2,995 exc. VAT
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