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Milwaukee 49-57-8064 9/16 in. One Piece Steel Hawg Cutter
Model#: MILN49-57-8064
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Milwaukee 49-57-8064 9/16 in. One Piece Steel Hawg Cutter

Model#: MILN49-57-8064
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Milwaukee's one piece Steel Hawg cutters come available in a variety of sizes, offering the right cutter for the task at hand. Featuring carbide teeth and a milled 3-Flat shank designed to fit into 1/2 in. chucks, these cutters drill up to 3X faster than twist drill bits due to less material removal and unique carbide teeth with alternating tooth form geometry.
Features:
  • Capable of drilling up to 1/2 in. in various material types such as steel, stainless steel and cast iron
  • Alternating tooth form geometry provides faster cutting action
  • Carbide teeth provide longer life and cleaner cuts
  • Self-ejector and centering pin provide faster plug removal and more accurate cuts
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  • 9/16 in. One Piece Steel Hawg Cutter - 49-57-8064

Specifications

Cutting Depth: 1/2 in.
Diameter: 9/16 in.
Shank Diameter: 1/2 in.

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  • 9/16 in. One Piece Steel Hawg Cutter

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    Are they safe to use in a 1/2" hand held drill?
    Asked on 3/16/2015 by None

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      A:

      Yes,the cutter can be used in a 1/2" drill.

      Answered on 3/17/2015 by Dennis from Atl
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