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Hole Saw Arbor, 3/8in Hex Ergo


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  • Item # 5TJC9
  • Mfr. Model # 49-56-7250
  • UNSPSC # 27112826
  • Catalog Page # 968
  • Shipping Weight 0.55 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • Shank TypeHex
  • Chuck Size (In.)3/8
  • Shank Size (In.)3/8 Hex
  • Fits Hole Saw Dia. (In.)1-1/4 and Larger
  • Thread Size (In.)5/8 to 18
  • Pilot Drill3Y087
  • IncludesIncludes Thunderbolt(R) Pilot Bit
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Use I know it's not that intuitive, but to use this you need to pull the collar to expose the shank where your hole blade will fit. Once you screw it on, then push the collar back to lock the blade in place. Took all of 1 minute to figure this out and there's no need to remove the allen screw. Good luck folks and hope this helps. October 30, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Can't get it to work I removed the Allen screw and can't get the bit and the arbor back together again. So I can't use it. Very frustrated and disappointed. August 31, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by So glad I read the reviews! I bought the 4" hole saw for sutting light fixture boxes and the quick change arbor to fit it. It says pull to release on the package, but fails to mention you must first loosen the allen screw in the tool free design statement. Didn;t feel so dumb after reading the other comments in the reviews. April 10, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Don't pull the arbor apart!! Do not dis assemble the arbor right out of the container. I have other hole saws with a common arbot that screws into place and relies on flats on the threaded shaft to prevent rotation of the saw blade. The problem with this design is that it uses a detent designed with a ball bearing, spring and small allen head screw that forces the ball bearig into a groove on the arbor shaft. If you pull the arbor apart like I did, the ball bearing and spring fall out. Fortunately, I found the ball bearing right away. Unfortunately, it took me 15 mintues of chinese puzzle playing and looking on line for documentation (which I couldn't find on the Milwaukie web site) before I determined that there must be a spring as part of the detent design. Luckily I found the spring and assembled it with some lock-tite blue to hold the screw in place.Now the arbor works well, but the saw blade still has a little play in the rotation because you have the pins on the sliding collar have to align with the holes in the base of the saw blade. I hope this saves a few headaches... Milwaukie, either change the desigh or put some directions on the cotainer, a "do not disassemble" or other thing that prevents us idiots from assuming this kind of mistake. February 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice tool, needs a minor improvement This is a very nice tool that works very well. I bought it to use with large hole saws for wood and they work together quite well. This is a very solid tool that gives the user a lot of confidence in the kind of job that has a relatively high risk of both injury and part damage. The only real flaw I found is that this otherwise solidly built chuck has a set screw lock for the arbor that has an allen key size of apparently 2mm (that's not actually indicated anywhere, but 3/32 is clearly too large and 5/64 is too small). What this means is that the first time I tried to tighten down the set screw it rounded out and the arbor was permanantly stuck with the hole saw I'd just put in place. After considerable work I was able to loosen the set screw just enough that I can engage and disengage the arbor lock now to trade out hole saws, but I'll never be able to lock it down again. If I could somehow back the set screw the rest of the way out I could replace it with a case-hardened set screw, or better yet just a machine screw so I could get a good hold on it if it jammed again, but that doesn't seem to be in the cards. It seems to operate safely without locking down the arbor, so it's still a functioning tool and it otherwise does its job well. The design should be modified to allow a slightly larger set screw with a larger allen key size so that it won't be so easily damaged. March 12, 2013
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