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The Halls MC High-Speed Steel Step Drill can be bought at HSS and is ideal for drilling holes into sheet metal or plastic.

The HSS drill allows you to cut a hole diameter of between 10 and 20mm into a material up to 4mm thick. Having one drill bit will save time if you need to drill multiple sizes as they require no bit changes. The piece is made from HSS (High-Speed Steel) which makes it highly durable, and it can easily cut through metal sheet.

The step drill can be used to cut holes of different diameters in sheet metal, wood, plastic, and other materials. It is also useful for enlarging existing holes that are too small for the job, or for creating countersinks and counterbores. They can be used to make bolt clearance holes in sheet metal, masonry, and other materials without damaging the surrounding area. The Halls MC2M is useful for precision projects such as creating accurate openings on electrical junction boxes, or for making decorative holes.

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Product highlights

The Halls MC High-Speed Steel Step Drill can be bought at HSS and is ideal for drilling holes into sheet metal or plastic.

The HSS drill allows you to cut a hole diameter of between 10 and 20mm into a material up to 4mm thick. Having one drill bit will save time if you need to drill multiple sizes as they require no bit changes. The piece is made from HSS (High-Speed Steel) which makes it highly durable, and it can easily cut through metal sheet.

The step drill can be used to cut holes of different diameters in sheet metal, wood, plastic, and other materials. It is also useful for enlarging existing holes that are too small for the job, or for creating countersinks and counterbores. They can be used to make bolt clearance holes in sheet metal, masonry, and other materials without damaging the surrounding area. The Halls MC2M is useful for precision projects such as creating accurate openings on electrical junction boxes, or for making decorative holes.
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  • The Halls MC High-Speed Steel Step Drill can be bought at HSS and is ideal for drilling holes into sheet metal or plastic.

    The HSS drill allows you to cut a hole diameter of between 10 and 20mm into a material up to 4mm thick. Having one drill bit will save time if you need to drill multiple sizes as they require no bit changes. The piece is made from HSS (High-Speed Steel) which makes it highly durable, and it can easily cut through metal sheet.

    The step drill can be used to cut holes of different diameters in sheet metal, wood, plastic, and other materials. It is also useful for enlarging existing holes that are too small for the job, or for creating countersinks and counterbores. They can be used to make bolt clearance holes in sheet metal, masonry, and other materials without damaging the surrounding area. The Halls MC2M is useful for precision projects such as creating accurate openings on electrical junction boxes, or for making decorative holes.

    • Can drill into a maximum material thickness of 4 mm

    • Hole sizes 10mm to 20mm
    • Shank 10 mm diameter

  • Specifications

  • Size Range:
    10-20mm
    No. of Steps:
    11
    Category:
    Step Drills & Bradrads
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