Diameter: These holesaws are available in a range of sizes, typically from about 14 mm to 150 mm in diameter. The size you choose depends on the size of the hole you need to drill.
Cutting Depth: The cutting depth can vary, but it’s typically in the range of 32 mm to 38 mm. Longer holesaws are available for deeper cuts.
Material: HSS Bi-Metal Holesaws are composed of a high-speed steel cutting edge and a flexible, carbon steel body. This gives them both the ability to cut hard materials and resist breakage or deformation.
Cutting Speed: Due to the HSS cutting edge, these holesaws can cut a variety of materials efficiently.
Suitability: HSS Bi-Metal Holesaws are suitable for cutting a range of materials, including wood, plastic, and various types of metal. They are especially good for cutting thin metals.
Design Features: Many HSS Bi-Metal Holesaws feature a variable pitch tooth design, which reduces vibration and noise and can improve cutting speed and ease of use. They also typically feature standard adapter threads for easy attachment to a variety of drills.
Tooth Count: The number of teeth on an HSS Bi-Metal Holesaw can vary based on the diameter of the saw and the type of material it’s designed to cut. More teeth typically provide a smoother cut but may cut slower, while fewer teeth cut faster but may produce a rougher finish.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|