|Product Dimensions||11 x 14 x 8.5 cm; 250 Grams|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Pattern||Drill Bit Hole Saw Cutter|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Safe Durable|
|Item Weight||250 g|
EZARC Tungsten Carbide Teeth Hole Saw (Hole Cutter) Heavy Duty for Stainless Steel 52mm
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||11 x 14 x 8.5 centimetres|
About this item
- 10 TIMES LONGER LIFE than normal metal cutting hole cutters
- Provide fast and precise cuts into stainless steel, sheet metal, FRP and wood
- Smooth cuts with perfect cutting result
- All in one design: drill bit, spring, wrench are included, no need to buy any extra accessories for the drilling works
- Replaceable high quality pilot drill bit are available
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Many professional users such as Electricians, plumbers, renovators usually need to drill holes on metal plate for different purpose. Traditional Bi-metal hole saws are always been complained by users for its short lifetime, slow cutting speed and bad cutting quality.
EZARC Tungsten Carbide Teeth hole saws are industrial quality with more than 10 times longer life comparing with traditional bi-metal hole saws on all metal materials including stainless steel, mild steel, high alloy steel, aluminium and even Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic, hard wood. The high quality Tungsten Carbide Teeth can resist highest heat and abrasion under fast RPM drilling, which guarantees extremely long life . The sharp cutting edges and ideal gullet design guarantees fast cutting speed and efficient chip removal.
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I install cooling systems, and I work on many sites where I need to cut holes in metal - sometimes thick and sodding hard metal. Shipping Containers are a prime example.
I've spent many 100s of pounds in 10 years on those standard hole cutters - the Bosch ones being the best I could find, but would still only last a couple of cuts then start giving up, and often new cutters would dull before completing the cut. On many occasions, I was having to reach for a drill to drill many small holes for the hole cutter to take, an angle grinder to finish the job or to cut a rough squarish hole
And then I happened across this "Tungsten Carbide Teeth Hole Saw" - never seen one in action or on-site so was sceptical it would be effective. I was also wary that it looked like something that was best suited on a bench drill, whereas I will be using on a cordless drill on-site. It is not cheap, but I was desperate so took a punt
And then I used it... WOW! A quick, clean hole - like a very sharp knife through melted butter! What have I been missing for all these years! I'm not talking silly thin metal - this is the same for thick stainless steel - and it has yet to blunt the jaws. It's not even worth trying to compare to the other standard hole saws - this is in a league of its own.
It was one of those times of enlightenment - the first time I used this I was full of bad memories of years gone past with a spinning hole cutter doing nothing other than making a nice circle and no hole... many broken bits where you try and twist the cutter to "take"... thousands of small holes and cutting between using a chisel. I almost cried, folks...
Now been used on many occasions far outlasting any other hole saw I ever had the displeasure of using, so despite the high cost this is both a money saver and a time saver.
The only niggle is that the hole cutters have a depth stop which can be a pain when I'm drilling in panels with a cavity. I suspect this is because it is (as noted) purposed for a bench drill and not for the purpose I am using it for. No worries as I can alternate between a slightly larger hole cutter then a smaller hole to reach the second stage
A word of warning - this produces swarf and a lot of it. Wear glove and a protecting face mask or you will regret it! I would also recommend a cutting spray, as that also helps it slide through the metal, although I have found it not to be essential, but like to look after the bit
If anyone regularly cuts through metal, then I would strongly suggest you dip in your pockets and buy this cutter
I was hoping the 3 hours might reduce to 30 minutes or so but
** WOW ** once it hit the large outer diameter ring I was prepared for the hard work but it actually cut faster, popping through and ejecting the 21mm disc from a neat hole in literally seconds.
A truly astonishing experience
The pilot drill in the centre is not bad but still cuts very slowly so I have now ordered a set of carbide tipped drill bits.
Overall extremely happy with the product
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 November 2020
I had to order a new bit, at my cost, in order to be able to use the hole saw again.
As I've gone through 60 so far, 60 30mm diameter holes in 3mm stainless steel, and now the best part-with no cutting oil as I hate to cleaning it of before welding. The best hole cutter I've ever used. Slow, perpendicular to the work piece, do not over heat and that's it.