Quick Change Carbide Tipped Hole Cutter 7/8" (22.2 mm). Cuts stainless steel quickly and easily. Quick Change arbor allows you to change cutter heads with a simple push and a turn. Use the same arbor for different size cutting heads. Removable cutter heads available in sizes from 5/8"" through 3"". Flange stop prevents over-drilling. Ejector spring on all sizes above 3/4"" makes removal of slug easier. Replaceable
Stainless steel, mild steel, aluminum, copper, brass, fiberglass and plastics
Tungsten Carbide Teeth
7/8" (22.2 mm) for 1/2" conduit
Maximum Cutting Depth
Replacement 645-001 sold separately
Pilot Drill Size
1/4" x 2-1/2" (6 mm x 64 mm)
645-011 arbor sold separately (3/8" shank)
Switch quickly between cutter sizes without re-chucking, with a simple push and turn connection. Split-Point Cobalt Steel Pilot Drill with step design – for fast, accurate cutting with less force. Tungsten Carbide Teeth – optimized design for fast, easy cutting and maximum life in stainless steel – no oil required. Flange Stop – eliminates over-drilling. Slug Ejector Spring – quick, easy slug removal Cuts round, burr-free holes
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