Hole Saws - MachineWorks Ltd.


Hole Saw Applications

  • Use High Speed Steel saws (HSS series 106xxx) with varied cutting teeth for more easily cut materials, such as unalloyed steel (up to 700 N/mm2 strength), non-ferrous and light metals, plastics, plasterboard and light building boards, fiberboard, plywood and wood.

  • Use High Speed Steel Cobalt 8 saws (HHS Co 8 series 126xxx) with fine cutting teeth for cutting harder metals such as alloyed and non-alloyed steels (up to 1,000 N/mm2 strength), high chromium alloyed steels, such as stainless steel, steels resistant to rusts and acids, non-ferrous and light metals.


  • Cutting edges of HSS or HSS Co 8
  • Alloyed steel 6135 jacket
  • Cutting depth up to 1 1/2” (38 mm)
  • High rotational precision
  • Sturdy construction
  • Hole saw and shank are in two parts, so hole saws of different diameters can be exchanged and fitted faster
  • Positive chipping and cutting angles ensure more aggressive cutting
  • Teeth welded onto steel jacket
  • HSS hole saws have 5 teeth per inch, Co 8 hole saws have 6 teeth per inch
  • Good chip removal
  • Slots in the jacket side allow easy removal of cutout debris
  • Exchangeable centering pilot drill bit
  • Right-hand cutting
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