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LX Series Foredom Flex Shaft w/ 2 Handpieces, K.2245 Kit

New2015-07-08 00:00:00

LX Series Foredom Flex Shaft w/ 2 Handpieces, K.2245 Kit

Item #
236-886-GRP

The LX Series Foredom Flex Shaft is a high torque, low speed motor (maximum speed 5000 RPM) engineered specifically for low speed/high torque applications such as stone setting, jewelry wax grinding and carving, and pearl drilling. It's also the ideal flexshaft motor to use with hammer handpieces. This permanent magnet, ball bearing motor is more powerful than the Foredom "L" series motor it replaces. The K2245 Kit is furnished with all of the following:

  • LX motor
  • TXR foot control
  • Foredom no. 18 quick change handpiece (item no. 236-401)
  • Foredom no. 15 hammer handpiece (item no. 236-421)
  • Carbide stylus and pave point for the hammer handpiece
  • 12 piece bur and drill assortment
  • Flex shaft lubricant

The quick change handpiece is used only with attachments that have 3/32" shanks. The LX motor is also available with a no. 30 adjustable chuck handpiece or with no handpiece (see related products below). 110 volts.

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Item # Description Price Qty
New2015-07-08 00:00:00
236-886
LX Motor, TXR foot control, & 2 handpieces
$574.88
each
+

Product Details

Foredom Motor Comparison Chart
Motor Series Features Horsepower Motor Type Max Speed Direction
SR Series Foredom's most popular motor. Plenty of power and speed for most jobs. Motor can run in reverse. 1/6 HP* Universal 18,000 RPM Forward & Reverse
TX Series More power/torque under load. Good for demanding work like grinding and material removal. 1/3 HP* Permanent Magnet 15,000 RPM Forward only
LX Series Low speed, high torque motor best for stone setting, wax modeling, and hammer handpieces. 1/10 HP* Permanent Magnet 5,000 RPM Forward only
PGX Powergraver Dedicated System with specialized handpiece for stone setting, engraving and texturing. 1/20 HP* Permanent Magnet 2,800 RPM Forward only

*The horsepower of Foredom motors is rated at continuous duty or maximum efficiency under load, not maximum output. Other manufacturers list maximum output, which is not a realistic measure of horsepower during actual use. The maximum output of Foredom motors is higher than what is listed.