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Modèle # 49-56-9645 Internet # 1001179617

La scie cloche Hole Dozer de 4 po de Milwaukee est dotée de dents Rip Guard fabriquées avec plus d'acier derrière le tranchant pour plus de solidité. Elles vous offrent une productivité accrue sur le chantier ainsi qu'une meilleure qualité de trou. Elles bénéficient également d'une garantie limitée à vie sur la rupture des dents. Le Hole Dozer est livré avec un Plug Jack, une fente à accès total qui permet un accès complet lors du retrait du bouchon. Le Plug Jack permet un accès plus bas dans le godet pour les matériaux épais et plus haut vers les dents pour les matériaux fins. Grâce aux multiples positions permettant d'exercer un effet de levier et d'améliorer l'accès au bouchon, le Plug Jack élimine les temps d'arrêt perdus entre les trous. Associez ce kit de scie cloche aux porte-outils universels à changement rapide pour un remplacement rapide et sans outil (numéros de modèle 49-56-7210, 49-56-7240, 49-56-7250 et 49-56-9100 - vendus séparément).

  1. Rip guard, la forme de dent la plus solide de l'industrie
  1. Garantie limitée à vie sur la rupture des dents Rip guard
  1. Prise de courant, fente d'accès pour un retrait rapide des prises de courant
  1. Construction bimétallique avec 8% de cobalt pour une résistance accrue à l'usure
  1. Inclut : (1) Scie cloche bi-métallique Dozer à trou de 4 pouces

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
1.9
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
2
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
4
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4
Poids assemblé (en livres)
0.89
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
0.88
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
4
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4

Détails

Arbre inclus
Article individuel, Ensemble
Article individuel
Caractéristiques des accessoires pour outils à moteur
Universel
Diamètre de la mèche (en po)
4
Diamètre de la tige (en po)
4
Idéalement utilisé avec
Scies circulaires
Longueur de la mèche (en po)
1-5/8
Matériau de la mèche
Bimétal
Matériau de la pointe
Bimétal
Matériau utilisable
Acier
Nombre de pièces dans l'ensemble
1
Pays d'origine
US-United States
Type d'accessoire pour outils à moteur
Scies-cloches et accessoires
Type de mèche
Scies-cloches
Type de tige
Hex
Utilisation
Plastiques et composites, Cloisons sèches, Aluminium, Métal

Garanties et certifications

Rip Guard Garantie limitée à vie sur le bris des dents. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez appeler le 1-877-948-2360.
Scie cloche bimétallique à trous de 4 poucesMilwaukee Tool Scie cloche bimétallique à trous de 4 poucesLa scie cloche Hole Dozer de 4 po de Milwaukee est dotée de dents Rip Guard fabriquées avec plus d'acier derrière le tranchant pour plus de solidité. Elles vous offrent une productivité accrue sur le chantier ainsi qu'une meilleure qualité de trou. Elles bénéficient également d'une garantie limitée à vie sur la rupture des dents. Le Hole Dozer est livré avec un Plug Jack, une fente à accès total qui permet un accès complet lors du retrait du bouchon. Le Plug Jack permet un accès plus bas dans le godet pour les matériaux épais et plus haut vers les dents pour les matériaux fins. Grâce aux multiples positions permettant d'exercer un effet de levier et d'améliorer l'accès au bouchon, le Plug Jack élimine les temps d'arrêt perdus entre les trous. Associez ce kit de scie cloche aux porte-outils universels à changement rapide pour un remplacement rapide et sans outil (numéros de modèle 49-56-7210, 49-56-7240, 49-56-7250 et 49-56-9100 - vendus séparément).
Milwaukee Tool
1001179617
CAD37.982024-06-20
Home Depot Canada
Scie cloche bimétallique à trous de 4 pouces est évalué 4.5 de 5 de 557.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par Game-Changer: HOLE DOZER™ Hole Saw Bi-Metal Cups Precision and Durability Meet Perfection:The Hole Saw Bi-Metal Cups are a revelation for DIY enthusiasts and professionals. These hole saw cups exhibit exceptional durability, with their bi-metal construction ensuring that they remain sharp through countless uses on various materials. Whether cutting wood, metal, or plastic, they offer unparalleled precision, leaving smooth, splinter-free holes. Easy to use and available in a range of sizes, these cups are a valuable addition to any toolkit. While they may be a bit pricier, the quality, longevity, and precision they provide make them a wise investment, ensuring top-notch results in every project.
Date de publication: 2023-10-23
Rated 5 de 5 de par Worth it if you need a large hole. I’ve owned a bunch of these Milwaukee hole saws in various sizes over the years and they all seam to just work. Most of my hole boring is done in hard and soft woods, but I’ve also used these in drywall and MDF. I even used one of the diamond variants to cut some holes in tile and that too worked flawless. These do tend to be a bit pricy, but once you have buy it you’ve probably never have to buy another one again. While I haven’t used these in solid metal, I have found they cut through nails in studs with ease. The big takeaway, if Milwaukee’s name is on it, you know it will work as advertised without any issues or defects.
Date de publication: 2023-10-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par Perfect for 3" Sch40 PVC Pipe Installed new 3" Sch40 pipe - an upgrade from an undersized 1-1/2" pipe. Bit created a clean hole through vinyl siding (in reverse), two layers of 1/2" sheathing, old clap-board siding and a 2x stud on its back. All while consuming some of the existing 2" hole. It also gnawed through two 10 penny nails encountered along the way. Just hope its not dull now :)
Date de publication: 2015-04-14
Rated 2 de 5 de par I bought the 4" hole saw in order to install nine, 4 inch round ceiling electrical boxes. The cei... I bought the 4" hole saw in order to install nine, 4 inch round ceiling electrical boxes. The ceiling is 1/2" gypsum blue board with a veneer plaster sand swirl finish skim coat. The first three holes went fine, but I noticed the teeth were dulling at an alarming rate. By the time I got to the seventh hole, the teeth had completely worn away, and I had to "cut" new teeth into it using a Dremel tool and a an small stone. I realize that this hole saw is only meant for wood and steel, and I'm sure that the 1/8" veneer plaster is what dulled it, (once it got through the veneer plaster it cut like butter) but I was surprised at how quickly the teeth wore away considering that it was dulled by the fourth hole.
Date de publication: 2017-05-15
Rated 4 de 5 de par Great hole saw I use this hole saw to drill out fiberglass showers and tubs. It is very sharp and lasts a very long time. When drilling through metal you must go slow or you'll eat up the teeth fairly fast. Slow and steady wins the race when drilling metal with a hole saw. Easy plug removal and very durable.
Date de publication: 2015-04-02
Rated 5 de 5 de par I was using this to drill the 4" access holes... I was using this to drill the 4" access holes I needed to place candles inside ice luminaries made by freezing water in plastic buckets until the ice is about 1" to 1 1/2" inches think. I had to drill several dozen luminaries. The big advantage of this drill is all the access holes made it easy to remove the discs of ice that inevitably get caught inside. This allowed me to move quickly which is important when the temperatures are in the single digits and the crew is waiting to haul the luminaries away. I am looking forward to using this for more typical work like drilling holes for dryer or bathroom fan vent pipe. Milwaukee hole saws hold up well for that work as well.
Date de publication: 2021-02-17
Rated 5 de 5 de par It cuts holes I needed a 4" hole. This is a 4" hole saw. I found it no surprise that this tool made the hole I needed. I cannot be happier with the outcome.
Date de publication: 2015-08-28
Rated 1 de 5 de par If cutting metal, look elsewhere Milwaukee is a good brand or so I thought. This saw wouldn't even cut through the sheet metal in a pickup bed to install gooseneck hitch. Don't waist your time with this if wanting to cut metal and thin metal at that.
Date de publication: 2022-03-16
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Does this hole saw cut sheet metal?

Posée par: FloridaSon
Yes. Our Hole saws are made to cut metal, wood, and PVC.
Répondue par: MilwaukeeElectric
Date de publication: 2023-05-03

can this product cut through 2'' wood

can this product cut through 2'' wood
Posée par: kevin
cutting depth is 1-3/4
Répondue par: MilwaukeeElectric
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

Will this saw cut through plaster?

I need to cut 4" holes for can lights, will this cut through plaster?
Posée par: CashStarbuckle
I used this hole saw on a 1948-1950 vintage ceiling: 1/2" rock board with 1/2" plaster over it. The teeth were ground down 1/3 their height drilling one hole. It completely destroyed the hole saw.
Répondue par: GenXarmyofone
Date de publication: 2021-03-07

Will it create a center hole? I want to cut 4? round wood circles with no holes?

Posée par: Ljkaestner
It will create a center hole if you use a drill bit to center the saw. But you can use this saw without a drill bit, you will need a way to keep it from walking all over the place. What I do is, use a scrap piece of wood, cut out one with the drill bit in place, then remove the drill bit from the arbor, clamp the scrap wood jig on top of the material you want to use and lower the saw into it. Start slowly then increase speed to what you are comfortable with. The jig should keep the saw in place while it cuts. Please know, in order to use this hole, saw you will need an arbor that will fit this saw and your drill chuck. GSB
Répondue par: Wizyguyzs
Date de publication: 2023-05-20

i need to drill through porcelin floor tile

Posée par: tony
no
Répondue par: Inspector
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

Should I use 4" or 4 1/8" hole saw to open the hole in the wall for 4" vent duct?

Should I use 4" or 4 1/8" hole saw to open the hole in the wall for 4" vent duct?
Posée par: Garen
4-1/8" because you need a little wiggle room. Don't be silly. Caulk it up if you worry about airflow around the vent.
Répondue par: BillS
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

Will this hole saw cut through exterior stucco?

Posée par: TV
no
Répondue par: Inspector
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

Does this cut through concrete

Posée par: Dj
NO!!!
Répondue par: Phil
Date de publication: 2019-02-05
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