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Picture of  C-MART MITER SAW 1600W - W0028

C-MART MITER SAW 1600W - W0028

₱13,800.00
 Concrete Planer

Shinsetsu Concrete Planer, SCP-1800E

Shinsetsu Concrete Planer
₱60,000.00
Hans Tool Carriage

HANS TOOL CARRIAGE, 9918HQ

HANS TOOL CARRIAGE
₱39,858.00
MaxSell Velcro Diamond Polishing Pad

MaxSell Velcro Diamond Polishing Pad, MDP-2014

MaxSell Velcro Diamond Polishing Pad
₱579.75
Ridgid Plastic Pipe  Powered Heavy duty Red

Ridgid Plastic Pipe Powered Heavy duty Red,36533

Ridgid Plastic Pipe Powered Heavy duty Red
₱28,000.00 ₱15,400.00
Picture of 1/2" =2" CONDUIT SIZE KNOCKOUTS-RGGR7238SB

1/2" =2" CONDUIT SIZE KNOCKOUTS-RGGR7238SB

4 Punch units in a high impact plastic carrying case Assortment of commonly used Slug-Buster knockout punches, packaged to meet the contractor's needs Unique punch profile also splits slugs for easier slug removal Use with battery-powered, hydraulic, ratchet or manual drivers Can be used on mild steel up to 10 gauge
₱47,125.00
Picture of 10 Piece T Type Hex Wrench Set F0011

10 Piece T Type Hex Wrench Set F0011

10 Piece T Type Hex Wrench Set
₱486.00
Picture of 1-1/2" CONSTANT SWING COPPER TUBING CUTTER - 48-22-4252

1-1/2" CONSTANT SWING COPPER TUBING CUTTER - 48-22-4252

Left cut snips are for making to the left and straight cuts. Right cut snips are for making straight and cuts to the right. Straight cut snips (not shown) are for making straight cuts and shallow cuts to the right or left. Right hand tin snips are suitable for cutting straight lines and cutting off in an anti-clockwise direction. Best suited for right handed use. hand tin snips are suitable for cutting off in a clockwise direction and for cutting straight lines. Best suited for left handed use. Types of Tin Snips. When shopping for tin snips, and specifically for aviation snips, you'll notice several types: straight-cut, right-cut and left-cut snips, often marked with yellow, green and red, respectively. Each is suited to specific cutting tasks. The forged steel jaws of these left-cutting or right -cutting snips are set at a 90- degree angle to allow easy gripping when cutting sheet metal in tight spaces or overhead. The operator can follow tight circular or square pattern left or right cuts with either a pushing or pulling motion. They are also useful for making long cuts through sheet metal, should you need to. However, you're going to make a long cut through sheet metal, especially a straight one, a pair of snips with offset handles is the way to go. Each color signifies a different direction that the snips are made to cut. Red snips cut left. Yellow snips cut straight or left and right. Green snips cut right. HVAC and sheet metal pros agree: When making long, straight cuts in thinner-gauge sheet metal, tinner snips are the way to go. They're a simple, economical, and durable cutting solution for many sheet metal and HVAC applicatioN.
₱5,280.00 ₱6,600.00
140T SAW BLADE FOR WOOD FOR MTCS1400 CIRCULAR SAW-ARGMTCS1400SB140T

140T SAW BLADE FOR WOOD FOR MTCS1400 CIRCULAR SAW-ARGMTCS1400SB140T

140T SAW BLADE FOR WOOD FOR MTCS1400 CIRCULAR SAW-ARGMTCS1400SB140T
₱3,875.00
Picture of 2 CUTTER SDS MAX DRILL BIT

2 CUTTER SDS MAX DRILL BIT

MILWAUKEE® M/2™ 2-Cutter SDS Plus Rotary Hammer-Drill bits are up to 30% faster with up to 20% more holes per charge in cordless rotary hammers.
₱6,000.00 ₱1.00
Picture of 2 Cylinder air Compressor S0024

2 Cylinder air Compressor S0024

2 Cylinder air Compressor
₱3,000.00
Picture of 2 SPEED MAGNETIC DRILL PRESS 50MM-DEDWE1622K

2 SPEED MAGNETIC DRILL PRESS 50MM-DEDWE1622K

Overload Protection prevents electronics from motor damage and excess accessory wearQuick-change chuck system allows for tool-free change between 3/4" Weldon Shank and 1/2" keyed chuckQuick-release feed handles provide tool-free change of handles to either side of the tool
₱132,100.00
Picture of 20MM ROTARY HAMMER SDS+1.7J - PLH 20

20MM ROTARY HAMMER SDS+1.7J - PLH 20

They are completely different ; impact drivers provide torsional (rotational) impulses which act to drive the fastener clockwise as the screw advances into the material, percussion (hammer drill) provides linear impulses along the axis of the bit that act to micro-shatter the substrate (typically masonry) being drilled . A hammer drill works at a lower stroke rate, but with significantly greater impact energy than a percussion drill. This enables work to be completed more quickly. Hammer drilling in concrete requires less force than percussion drilling. An impact drill uses lateral percussion (from the side, in a circular motion). Once the drill senses that torque is needed , the drill uses impact to twist the screw into the surface. In short, an impact drill is used for driving screws and bolts that require a higher torque. Impact drivers produce lots of rotational force, capable of driving the largest wood screws in seconds. Internal mechanisms allow impact drivers to produce more torque than drills, and in quick bursts. These bursts or “impacts” happen up to 50 times a second, giving impact drivers their name. Can you use an impact driver to drill into concrete? If you drill holes that are less than 1/4 inch, an impact driver can help drill through concrete and brick. These tools have a massive amount of torque. However, they are not built to be used like hammer or regular drills. Percussion drilling is the perfect choice if you need to execute drilling in hard soils. Hard soil has layers of rubble or stones and percussion drilling can effectively drill through it. It is suitable for research on soil pollution, grain size distribution, general soil classification, and profile description. Percussion drilling is a drilling method in which a heavy hammering or cutting bit is attached to a cable and inserted into the borehole. The heavy bit or hammer is repeatedly lifted and dropped, thus boring through the earth. The hammer is made of hardened steel with carbide on the chisel -shaped bit.
₱33,300.00 ₱41,625.00
24T SAW BLADE FOR MTCS1400CB-ARGMTCS1400SB24T

24T SAW BLADE FOR MTCS1400CB-ARGMTCS1400SB24T

24T SAW BLADE FOR MTCS1400CB-ARGMTCS1400SB24T
₱500.00
Picture of 2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 50

2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 50

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱4,080.00 ₱5,100.00
Picture of 2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 51

2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 51

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱5,040.00 ₱6,300.00
Picture of 2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 52

2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 52

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱4,320.00 ₱5,400.00
Picture of 2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 53

2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 53

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱5,280.00 ₱6,600.00
Picture of 3 PC REPLACEMENT REAMING BLADE - 48-22-4257

3 PC REPLACEMENT REAMING BLADE - 48-22-4257

utility knives snaps off in segments to remove worn cutting edges and expose sharp ones. Their sliding lever moves the blade strip into and out of the knife handle to retract and extend the cutting edge. A utility knife is generally six inches long and works well for slicing fruit, tender pieces of meat, or sandwiches. As the “knife of all trades,” it's a handy go-to for the everyday chef. “Snap-off blades have so many advantages: they allow for longer blade exposure; they're convenient, safer, versatile and always ready to use – and you'll have quick access to fresh, always-sharp blades. OLFA® STAINLESS STEEL™ blades are sharper than most other snap-off blades in the world, and rust-proof. This makes them perfectly suitable when things can get a little wet or moist. Utility knives are used to cut and trim a variety of building materials including: drywall, felt paper, wallpaper, rope & twine, plastic sheet material, fiberglass insulation and more. They can be divided into 3 general categories, Retractable Blade, Fixed Blade and Snap-off Blade. Utility knives usually only expose about 3/4-inch of the blade, so you have a limited cutting depth. Snap-offs retract around a couple of inches if you need to make a deeper cut in something like foam insulation.
₱724.00 ₱905.00
Picture of 3 Way Screwdriver Tester L0038

3 Way Screwdriver Tester L0038

3 Way Screwdriver Tester
₱128.00
Picture of 355MM CHOP SAW - CHS 355

355MM CHOP SAW - CHS 355

₱26,500.00 ₱33,125.00
Picture of 4- Cutter SDSmax Drill Bit

4- Cutter SDSmax Drill Bit

4- Cutter SDSmax Drill Bit Milwaukee
₱35,000.00 ₱1.00
Picture of 40 Piece Tap And Die Set-metric And Unc A1012

40 Piece Tap And Die Set-metric And Unc A1012

40 Piece Tap And Die Set-metric And Unc
₱2,400.00
40T SAW BLADE FINE WOOD CUTS FOR MTCS1400 CIRCULAR SAW-ARGMTCS1400SB40T

40T SAW BLADE FINE WOOD CUTS FOR MTCS1400 CIRCULAR SAW-ARGMTCS1400SB40T

40T SAW BLADE FINE WOOD CUTS FOR MTCS1400 CIRCULAR SAW-ARGMTCS1400SB40T
₱875.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 48-20-3932

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 48-20-3932

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱8,900.00 ₱11,125.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 56

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 56

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱6,600.00 ₱5,280.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 60

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 60

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱5,500.00 ₱6,875.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 61

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 61

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱8,580.00 ₱10,725.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 65

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 65

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱9,200.00 ₱11,500.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 68

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 68

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱6,160.00 ₱7,700.00
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