Diameter: TCT Holesaws come in a variety of sizes, usually ranging from 16 mm to 150 mm in diameter. The size chosen usually depends on the size of the hole you need to drill.
Depth: The depth of cut can vary but is typically in the range of 25 mm to 50 mm. Deeper cut holesaws are available, but these may require extensions or longer arbors.
Material: TCT Holesaws have teeth that are tipped with tungsten carbide, a very hard and durable material that can cut through a variety of substances.
Cutting Speed: Due to the toughness of the carbide teeth, these holesaws can typically cut faster than standard bi-metal or carbon steel holesaws.
Suitability: TCT Holesaws are suitable for cutting a wide range of materials including wood, metal, stainless steel, cast iron, ceramics, and plastics.
Design Features: Many TCT Holesaws feature a spring-loaded, slug ejection feature to remove the plug of material after the hole has been cut. This can speed up the process and make the tool easier to use.
Tooth Count: The number of teeth on a TCT Holesaw can vary based on the diameter of the saw and the type of material it’s designed to cut. More teeth typically result in a smoother cut but may cut slower, while fewer teeth cut faster but may produce a rougher finish.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|