A: Yes. I use it to make holes in flag harnesses made of thick leather and it worked quite well. Great tool’
A: I'm not sure. Probably depends upon the thickness of the band. I used it on relatively thin plastic to line my shopping cart. If you have an awl, you'd probably get better results.
A: This tool should work on that material. Please keep in mind that the smallest hole this tool can make is 5/64 inch.
A: Watch Strap? I don't think so unless you can a smaller head making a smaller hole. This is designed for belts and larger straps.
A: Yes. It can make holes in any leather/leather-like material. Choose the size you want among the six options.
A: This is a heavy duty punch but it might break brittle plastic. If the plastic has any resilience at all then it should work very well.
A: It depends on the thickness of the materiel. This item is not an industrial item. This is for household, DIY purposeses, like making a hole in belts etc.,
A: yes, it will punch a hole in heavy duty plastic. It is designed to punch leather. It will be like punching with a hole punch or stapler... You will not be able to punch more than an inch or so in on something because the throat of the Punch Pliers isn't very deep. Hope this helps.
A: Whether it will work or not is dependent on how heavy duty the plastic is, and also how thick it is. You might be better off using something like an arch punch for heavier duty jobs.
A: Originally purchased tool to make holes in a 9 mil tarp. Did not have good results. Tool was not very sharp;holes were not thoroughly cut.
A: Not suited for punching even thin metal. Aluminum foil perhaps, but not cleanly.
A: You could, but I think you would damage the metal.
A: NO THESE ONLY GOOD FOR CARBOARD/ LEATHER, FABRIC,RUBBER
A: I'm not sure as I've not tried them on metal. I'm pretty sure that if the metal was of a thinner gauge that would probably work just fine. .
A: No, based on not being able to enlarge and existing Printed Circuit Board hole, basically plastic/glass fiber.
A: Yes, this works well on leather. If the dog collar is made of fabric, it may not work as well. But, if it's made of leather, or plastic, you should be fine.
A: Yes, it should work great on both!!!
A: Yes, you can use this revolving punch plier on leather belts and dog collar.
A: Yes. That's what they are for.
A: Will work on card stock and leather. Have done both. But a little effort may be needed to clean up holes. Found rotating the pliers back and forth while making the cut will help it cut completely through.
A: That's what it is. It's a BELT HOLE PUNCH
A: Yes, this works on all types of leather; belts, dog collars, saddle tack, and hobby stuff. Also, it is very high quality and well worth the money.
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