The tungsten carbide-tipped quick-cut hole saws for versatile use are the perfect tool for construction specialists, installers and enthusiastic do-it-yourselfers.
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- Order number: 33505370
- Supplier Name: Starrett
- EAN: 049659689365
- Length: 0,04 cm
- Width: 0,04 cm
- Height: 0,095 cm
This multi-purpose saw works its way safely and cleanly through wood, MDF, plastic or ceramic wall tiles at top speed.
Optimum cutting behavior and durability of the saw thanks to carbide-tipped teeth.
Smooth cut with minimal heat build-up.
Cutting depth 54 mm (2 1/8"), suitable for cutting through strapping and beams.
Suitable for tools with mains connection and battery operation.
Universal tool - cuts wood, MDF, plastic, ceramic wall tiles and brick.
Cat. No. Suitable for hole diameter mm / inch Shaft size mm / inch A1E
14 - 30mm / 9/16 - 1 3/16" 8.75 mm / 11/32", hexagon A2E
32 - 210 mm / 1 1/4 - 8 9/32" 11[00A0]mm / 7/16", hexagon A4E
14 - 30mm / 9/16 - 1 3/16" 6.5 mm / 1/4", hexagon A10E
32 - 210 mm / 1 1/4 - 8 9/32" 8.75 mm / 11/32", hexagon
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..."