Lab Test Report
|For Wood: Hard and soft|
Plastic: Acrylic, PVC etc
Soft non-ferrous metal sheet: Aluminum, Copper sheet
Most common construction materials
Not to be used for masonry
Hex shank for any chuck or "quick change" chuck
Wood, drywall: curved bore paths
blind holes are a snap
fast chip removal
No slippage assures accurate placement of hole.
Plastic: no melting, the same clean cut as wood, no cracking-start slow
Plastic, Soft non-ferrous metal and metal sheet:
less heat prevents drill "sticking"
efficient chip removal
no bur left with less pressure and suggest soft backing material
Convent hole near tip for pulling wire through the hole with the bit that made the hole.
We do not recommend ferrous metal as a general practice. When encountering ferrous metal sheet, minimal force should be applied to the bit, which helps preserve the cutting edges.
Position bit on drilling surface before start drill