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The Greenlee step bit design has several features and benefits. 1. They offer a unique split-tip design to provide faster penetration that resists walking or skidding. 2. The deep double flute design requires less operator force, provides efficient chip removal and adds to an increased cutting speed. 3. The Greenlee step bits are made from a hi-grade tool steel with a steam oxide coating allowing for a longer tool life. 4. The dual cutting edge improves the tool balance and cutting speed, providing a consistent tool performance. 5. Lastly, our step bits are manufactured in the USA.
Drills through most Metal
Greenlee step bits are engineered to drill through 10 gauge mild steel, copper, brass, and aluminum, as well as wood, plastic, and laminates. Drill hole sizes ranging from 13/16-inch (4.8-millimeter), 1/4-inch (6.4-millimeter), 5/16-inch (7.9-millimeter), 3/8-inch (9.5-millimeter), 7/16-inch (11.1-millimeter), 1/2-inch (12.7-millimeter), 9/16-inch (14.3-millimeter), 5/8-inch (15.9-millimeter), 11/16-inch (17.5-millimeter), 3/4-inch (19.1-millimeter), 13/16-inch (20.6-millimeter) all with only one 3 9/16-inch (90.5-millimeter) bit. Minimum chuck size 3/8-inch (9.5-millimeter).
Split tip design resists walking
Greenlee step bits are designed with the user in mind. Our unique split-tip design resists walking and makes the tool safer and more accurate. Plus, our bits are designed with two flutes which not only cut faster and easier to reduce strain but also allow the tool to run cooler.
These are the best for drilling thin sheet metal. Twist drills will grab and pull in as you break through. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kit Goode
A great deal!!! Arrived quickly and exactly as described. When used with cutting oil it goes through stainless like butter. I'll be back!!Published 3 months ago by Al J.
I purchased this step bit to drill holes in steel studs to run additional wiring in a remodelling project. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bert Crossman