SM16 Sheet Metal Carbide Tipped Hole Saw 11864

TCT Tungsten Carbide Tipped Sheet Metal Hole Saw Assemblies
5/8'' (16mm) Carbide Tipped Sheet Metal Hole Saw

Tungsten carbide tipped with positive rake teeth for high alloy and stainless steels, nonferrous metals and reinforced fabrics. Complete assembly with arbor and pilot drills. Recommended for use on sheet metal up to 1/8" (3mm) thick.

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Features

  • Ideal for cutting stainless and high alloy steels, non-ferrous light metals and reinforced fabrics at a much faster speed than bi-metal holesaws
  • Tough Tungsten Carbide Tipped teeth have a positive cutting angle which provide fast and efficient removal of chips and swarf
  • Ideal for production cutting and particularly suitable for use in drills with limited speed control
  • Tungsten Carbide Tipped teeth provide superb product life and cutting performance
  • Safety stop at the base of the hole saw prevents drilling beyond the maximum cutting depth of 13mm (1/2")
  • Complete assembly - there is no requirement to purchase a separate drive arbor and pilot drill (Replacement pilot drills available)

Specifications

  • Made in America: No
  • Teeth per Inch (25mm): 4
  • Diameter (mm): 16
  • Diameter (in): 5/8"
  • Cutting Depth (mm): 13mm
  • Cutting Depth (in): 1/2"
  • Carton: Yes
  • Color: Grey
  • Body Material: Steel
  • Teeth Type: Carbide
  • Arbor Type: Fitted

Accessories

  • SMD6 (12153)
    SMD6 Pilot Drill

Downloads

    Starrett Hole Saw Application Guide (Form 958)

    Information to guide the product and operating speeds to maximize your productivity with Starrett Hole Saws.

    Hole Saw Speed Card (Bulletin 194)
    L.S Starrett Comapny

    Pocket sized card featuring correct speeds for hole saws.


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    California Proposition 65 Warning

      WARNING: This product contains cobalt, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov