Starrett Diamond Ceramic and Abrasive Material Hole Saws feature a diamond coated cutting edge permanently bonded to a tough steel body, providing the necessary clearance for cutting at high speeds. Able to cut rapidly through glass, ceramics...
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- Order number: 33505298
- Supplier Name: Starrett
- EAN: 049659567045
- Ideal for glass, ceramics, brick, stone, and other abrasive materials, the ultimate hole saw for hard-to-cut materials.
- Smooth surface finish, ideal when cutting glass and ceramics.
- Supported by a comprehensive range of arbors with carbide tipped pilot drills.
- Cutting depth 41mm (1 5/8").
Please see below links to the arbors that we would reccomend for this product. These are our standard arbors, please click here to visit the arbor page and view our complete arbor range.
Click the catalogue number in the table to visit the page for that product.Cat No Fits Hole Saw Diameter mm / inch Shank Size mm / inch XA1
14 - 30mm / 9/16 - 1.3/16" 8.75mm / 11/32" Hex XA2
32 - 210mm / 1.1/4 - 8.9/32" 11mm / 7/16" Hex XA4
14 - 30mm / 9/16 - 1.3/16" 6.5mm / 1/4" Hex XA10
32 - 210mm / 1.1/4 - 8.9/32" 8.75mm / 11/32" Hex
The L.S. Starrett Company, founded in 1880, manufactures more than 5,000 variations of Precision Tools, Gages, Measuring Instruments and Saw Blades for industrial, professional and consumer markets worldwide.
Starrett, a leader who has set the standard for fine precision tools in industry for over 140 years, has rightfully earned the title, "World's Greatest Toolmakers".
"Like all businesses, however large or complex, this one started with a man and an idea. The man was Laroy S. Starrett; his idea was 'to invent something useful that people would want.' Countless others have had a similar idea, the difference here was in the quality of the man. L.S. Starrett’s outstanding characteristic was confidence in himself; he was a man who in spite of one setback after another refused to admit defeat. He had unusual ability, vision and enterprise, but without his high courage this story of the foundation and growth of 'the world’s greatest toolmakers' could never have been written..."