Hexagon-head axis CL hole cutter (cobalt bimetal) CL24
- Package Qty.
- Ship pack of
- Hexagon Width (mm)
- Blade Length (mm)
- Drill Diameter (phi mm)
- Shank Diameter (phi mm)
- 6.35 (hexagonal axis)
- Effective Cutting Capacity (mm)
- (Wood, resin is the length of the blade length) a thickness of about 2
- Compatible Models
- Charging drill driver, impact driver charge, electric drill
- Blade Thickness (mm)
- Overall Length (mm)
- Blade Diameter (phi mm)
- Shank Shape
- Hexagonal axis
- Work Material
- Stainless steel plate, aluminum, plywood, gypsum board, resin, etc., up to 1.0mm
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6 Customer Reviews
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When drilling for the connector of the terminal box
On 2018-08-24 16:35:26
After all, Taroki is the easiest to use and Holso is safer than anywhere
Used to gouge one pipe to weld a round pipe to a round pipe when making a handrail
On 2016-12-02 14:44:22
I always use Tamami Industry Holson, but it's easier to use than the things like. There are things I think if the height is a little longer.
On 2016-01-23 15:11:25
Used with 18 V drill driver. It is a cheap and excellent hole saw that can withstand use by professionals.
On 2015-11-04 18:56:34
Weak electric wiring work
On 2013-06-10 14:39:31
It is used for drilling for wiring at the site, although it opens a hole to the iron plate of several millimeters thick from the gypsum board, it can be used without particular problem.
To drill through the wire
On 2013-02-15 12:47:02
It is mainly to drill a hole in the board, but a hole often opens even if there is a tree. I still do not know how much the cutting edge will be consumed.
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