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Malco HC1 Hole Cutter, 2 to 12 in Dia, 1-1/8 in D Cutting, 1 TPI, Steel Cutting Edge
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Distinctive gold bits, bearings and pivot pin signify the longest lasting, fastest cutting, easiest adjusting solution for cutting holes in sheet metal. Malco hole cutters quickly install into the chuck of any corded or cordless drill as small as 1/4 in (6.35 mm). Lightweight aluminum frames make these accessories extremely portable for a variety of hole cutting applications in sheet metal including 20 ga (1.02 mm) galvanized steel. A compact model HC1 hole cutter is adjustable for making 2 to 12 in (51 to 305 mm) Dia holes. The larger HC2 model cuts 2 to 20 in (51 to 508 mm) holes. A combination English or metric diameter gauge is included on the adjustable pivot slide for both models and both models use the same mill-type cutter bit and replacement parts. The HC1 and HC2 hole cutters feature Malco's gold standard cutter bits. These cutter bits feature a long lasting, mill type cutting edge and large flat for adjusting the cutting edge location up or down to extend bit life. One cutter bit fits either model and is easily replaceable.
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