- Center punch with 3" length and 1/16" diameter tapered point makes a starter dimple to guide a drill bit
- Hardened and tempered steel provides wear resistance and strength
- Round shank is knurled for grip
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Starrett 117AA Center Punch With Round Shank, 3" Length, 1/16" Tapered Point Diameter
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The Starrett 117AA center punch with round shank is 3" long and has a 1/16"... See more product details
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The Starrett 117AA center punch with round shank is 3" long and has a 1/16" (1.5 mm) diameter tapered point. The punch is made from hardened and tempered steel, which provides wear resistance and strength. The round shank is knurled for grip.
Center punches make small dimple marks in a workpiece to help guide a drill bit. Manual center punches have a metal shank with a point and are typically tapped with a ball-peen hammer to mark the material. Automatic center punches have an internal spring mechanism that enables them to mark the material without using a hammer, leaving one hand free for steadying the work.
The L.S. Starrett Company manufactures precision measuring tools, metrology and testing equipment, and saw blade products. The company, founded in 1880, is headquartered in Athol, MA.
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The people who left bad reviews of this item (clearly stated as: "Starrett 117AA Center Punch" [singular]) obviously did not know Starrett tools, OR what they were buying. They would have been better off sticking with the much less expensive "General" brand and pay less for a product they clearly do not understand.
BTW: a CENTER Punch, is NOT a Pin Punch.
A quick Google search of "Starrett 117AA" would have shown them what they were getting.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works and well that is it, honestly i don't know what else to say about it, you use it to make a tiny divot with a hamer, excelent guide for a drill press.Published 20 months ago by sebastian hanhausen
This punch is too short for some applications at only three inches long. But it suffices when 1/16th is needed at close range.Published on March 25, 2013 by Barefootd