|Item Weight||2.35 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||12.4 x 7.7 x 1.3 inches|
|Item model number||301370BLUE|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Guaranteed for the life of the product against defects in materials of workmanship|
MIBRO 301370BLUE Tap Die and Drill Metric Set, 26 Pieces
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- Titanium coated for sharper, more precise cuts
- Made to exact specifications from long lasting Tool steel
- Sets include prcise drills to match the taps
- Includes: 3-0.50 mm, 4-0.70 mm, 5-.0.80 mm, 5-0.90 mm, 6-1.00 mm, 7-1.00 mm, 8-1.25 mm, 10-1.50 mm
- Also includes adjustable tap wrench and hex die holder
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From the Manufacturer
This 26-Piece Tap, Die and Drill Metric set from Mibro - a 60 plus year old company selected as one of Canada's "50 Best Managed Companies" includes 8 matching Taps, Dies and drills made of quality Tool steel and coated with Titanium Nitride for a sharper more precise cut. Also included are the adjustable Tap wrench and a hex die holder. This is a precision set of tools for use on the Farm, shop or when your car deserves the best. Always use a lubricant to prevent breakage of the new threads. If you are looking for a SAE set - try Mibro set number 301360 (26-Piece set), 301380 (46-Piece set), 301400 (60-Piece set) or 301410 (90-Piece SAE, Metric combo set). Set Contents Tap and Die: 3-0.50mm, 4-0.70 mm, 5-0.80 mm, 5-0.90 mm, 6-1.00 mm, 7-1.00mm, 8-1.25mm, 10-1.50mm, Drill: #40 drill, 1/8", #19, #20, 13/64", 15/64", 17/64", 11/32", Adjustable Tap Wrench, Hex die holder.
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After attempting to use the above mentioned sizes on acrylic unsuccessfully, I decided to try metal. It again resulted in parts which did not match. Finally, I took an M5 screw and M5 nut and attempted to place them onto the appropriately labeled tap and die, they did not fit. The attached images show that the screw barely entered the die before starting to be shaved and the bolt barely fit onto the tap before it began to be shaved.
In this case, I bought the tap set for a 3D printer project. I wanted to be able to put some threads on a few parts for easier assembly, and figured that I didn't need to spend a mint to get what I needed. In retrospect, I should have bought a decent tap handle, and just the tap bits that I needed.
The first problem is the tap handle. It absolutely refuses to hold any tension against the bits. You can try to screw the handles down all you like, but with the first or second turn of the bit, you'll find that the handle has loosened up on you. This held me up yesterday such that I had to visit the local big-box hardware store to get a proper tap handle.
Next are the bits. I used the 3mm one to put some threads in some plastic parts, and it worked pretty well. But when I tried using the next smaller bit in some aluminum, I was surprised when the bit snapped off on my third turn. I will concede that I wasn't using tap fluid, but here's the thing: I wasn't even far down in the pre-drilled hole, perhaps just far enough for the tap to even begin biting into the metal.
But let's set aside the snapped bit. Overall, what's the use in a tap set if you can't use it because of the sub-standard handle? I had to spend 60% of the cost over again to get a proper handle, not to mention the lost time in having to go and get the thing.
In the future, I'll make sure I get good tools, even if I think I might only use them once. After all, you never know.