5/8''-18 thread size. This hole saw will work with other brands’ arbors.
The Klein Tools Bi-Metal Hole Saws are not designed to cut plaster.
It depends on the type of metal and how thick it is. Klein Tools’ hole saws are designed to cut precise holes in stainless steel and mild steel, drywall, ceiling tile, laminates, wood, and plastic. The hole saw is attached to a drill with the use of a hole saw arbor. Please see Klein Tools model # 31905 Hole Saw Arbor with Adapter.
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Yes. I am using the 6 3/8" Klein hole saw and a Milwaukee Quick Connect Arbor with locking pins - I just had to use an allen wrench and adjust the pilot bit length of the arbor - I lengthened the pilot bit about 1/4" and it works great.
Klein Tools Bi-Metal Hole Saws are designed to cut precise holes in drywall, ceiling tile, steel, wood, plastic, and stainless steel.
These Bi-Metal Holes Saws are not recommended for use on ¼” aluminum.
The Klein Tools 3” Hole Saw should be used with Klein Tools Arbor (Cat. No. 31906), sold separately. The 31906 arbor is designed to fit all 3/8” drills and larger.
Not sure what happened with you...maybe you should eat your spinach and Wheaties. I cut through about 3-4 layers of old asphalt roofing paper, 1 layer of EPDM (rubberized roofing membrane) 3/4" wood sheathing on my roof. I had no problems and the cut was smooth, clean and even with no wobbling.
It should. the hole saw may not be good after but it should work for the first 2 or 3 cuts