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FAMAG 1622.017 Bormax® 2.0, Forstner Bit, Ø 17 mm<br><br>Bormax®, Forstner bit, Ø=17mm

Details
  • Quality: Profi
  • Tool: Bormax 2.0! Centre point with cutting character. Two in reverse order staggered, grooved main cutting edges (from Ø 11 mm), a circumferential cutting edge with longitudinal grooves - both effecting that a clear less feed force is necessary. Also they minimize the friction and the growth of heat. Hexagonal shank for a better power transfer
  • Material: Alloyed tool steel
  • Rotation: 900 - 3200 rpm. e.g. Ø 35 mm 1500 rpm in glue lam (glue laminated timber). Further details in the speed diagram
  • Application: Rapid drilling in soft wood, European hard wood, chipboard, MDF etc. Rapid chipping of solid wood and chipboards. Clearly less effort is needed and boring is more rapid than with the usual Forstner bit
  • Usage: Top for freehand drilling and stationary use. The low heat development offers an incredibly long service life with highest drilling quality. In combination with extension shanks of product line 1639 perfectly suitable for drilling deep holes
  • Features:
    • O-Ø: 17 mm
    • Stem Ø: 8 mm
    • SØ: 8 mm
    • OAL: 90 mm
    • Effective L.: 57 mm
  • Bormax®, Forstner bit
  • Quality classification: Premium
  • The description of the tool design: Forstner Bit with wave-form cutting teeth, two main cutting edges and brad point
  • Tool material: Alloyed tool steel
  • Recommended r.p.m. and specific example for the most common diameters in the according field of application: 900 - 3200 min-1. e.g. Ø 35 mm 1500 min-1 in construction wood. Also find details at the speed-diagrams
  • Description of application: Rapid drilling in softwood, European hardwood, chipboard, MDF etc. Rapid material removal of solid wood and chipping boards. Clearly less effort is needed and boring is more rapid than with the usual forstner bit
  • Practical advice and specialty of the tool: Top for freehand drilling and stationary use. Low heat development and therefore unbelievable endurance

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