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2-3/4 in. Hole Dozer Hole Saw

$1597
  • Most Durable Hole Saw. Period.
  • New 3.5 TPI Tooth Design
  • All- Access Slots for Fast Plug Removal
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The Milwaukee Hole Dozer Hole Saw features Rip Guard, the strongest tooth form in the industry, backed by the Rip Guard Limited Lifetime Tooth Break Warranty. Each tooth is built with more steel behind the cutting edge for added strength. The Rip Guard warranty on tooth breaks is a first for the hole saw industry. The added tooth strength along with 8% cobalt give added life to the teeth, allowing for increased productivity on the jobsite, as well as continued hole quality. The Hole Dozer includes Plug Jack, an all access slot design that allows for full access during plug removal. The Plug Jack gives access lower into the cup for thick material and higher towards the teeth for thin material. With multiple positions to apply leverage and better plug access, Plug Jack increases productivity and eliminates wasted downtime between holes. For fast, tool-free change-outs, use Milwaukee's universal Quick-Change Arbors. 49-56-7210, 49-56-7240, 49-56-7250 and 49-56-9100.
  • Rip Guard, the strongest tooth form in the industry
  • Rip Guard limited lifetime tooth break warranty
  • Plug jack, an all access slot design for fast plug removal
  • Bi-metal construction with 8% cobalt for increased wear resistance
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Specifications

Dimensions

Bit Diameter2-3/4 inBit Length (in.)1.625
Drilling Depth (in)1.8Hole Saw Diameter (in)2-3/4"

Details

Arbor includedNoArbor Size1/2
Bit MaterialBi-MetalDrill Bit TypeHole Saw
Drill Bit Type(s) IncludedHole SawIndividual/SetIndividual
Material CutMulti-PurposeMin Chuck Size Required1/2 In.
Pilot Bit IncludedNoReturnable90-Day
Shank StyleHexTeeth Per Inch4/5
Tools Product TypePower Tool

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Sharp Carbide Teeth
The Milwaukee 1 1/16 Hole Dozer Carbide Hole Saw has sharp carbide teeth that will give it a longer life than other hole saws. It cuts to a depth of 1.62" in a variety of materials: metals, wood, aluminum, plaster, cement board, fiberglass, and drywall. I purchased this to install bi-fold door hardware into LVP flooring. The LVP flooring is 8mm. It cut through it fast, and clean. It also left a nice little chunk in the arbor that I was able to clear easily with the All-Access slots. That alone makes this hole saw priceless. It also cut through scrap wood quickly, and cleanly too. I did have to buy a 3/8" shank small hole saw arbor. It was around $17.00. It is a better deal to buy the hole saw with the arbor attached.
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These teeth will cut anything !
This Milwaukee hole dozer is just that, I set it up in the drill press and was amazed at how well it sliced through anything. The are so may teeth that it just made shavings out of anything that I put in the drill press and then I put it on the hand drill and cut into a plastic circuit breaker box and the fine strings just poured out of the tool. The hole saw has more large holes in the sides than normal and I found that they were there to let the fine shavings out faster so that the hole saw does not fill up and you would have to stop and clear everything by hand. I am definately going to have to get a full set of these and some cutting oil.
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Nice hole saw very sharp
We're reviewing a Milwaukee 1 5/16 inch hold dozer carbide hole saw. I found my ryobi half inch compact 18 V drill had plenty of power to push this whole saw through 2 by 4 lumber I could have gone over 3/8" thicker material if I needed to I did have to back it out a few times and clean the chips from the flutes though. But with carbide tips on the teeth it allows you to cut concrete fiber board or fiber shingles without destroying the saw like you would if was just bi-metal. It should also cut though lumber with nails in it as well
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Great Hole Saws - Excellent Warranty - Made in USA
These are very nice hole saws with a great lifetime warranty (tested - Milwaukee is quick to ship a replacement if you break the teeth). Even Made in USA! I have two master kits that between them cover almost every size but not this size, and it already has come in handy since adding it (it fit comfortably in one of the Milwaukee storage cases as well). Just get it. Won’t regret it!
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Love the Milwaukee Hole Dozers
These are very nice hole saws with a great warranty (tested - Milwaukee is quick to ship a replacement if you break the teeth). Even Made in USA! I have two master kits that between them cover almost every size but not this size, and it already has come in handy since adding it (it fit comfortably in one of the Milwaukee storage cases as well). Just get it. Won’t regret it!
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Carbide tip makes this great for cement board.
This hole saw is designed for cement board and wood that could have embedded nails. I did not hit any nails when drilling in wood but cut a clean hole in both wood and cement board. With very little set to the teeth, drilling in both hardwood and plywood did result in some burning but clearing chips more frequently minimized the burning. I did notice one of the teeth was missing the carbide tip; I realized it was because the hole saws are made by rolling and welding flat stock so a tooth near the weld can be lost. With the small diameter of this bit it was quite noticeable but it did not affect its operation so not an issue. Overall, very happy with the this item.
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Cuts a clean hole very close to specified diameter
This hole saw is designed for cement board and wood that could have embedded nails. I did not hit any nails when drilling in wood but cut a clean hole in both wood and cement board. With very little set to the teeth, drilling in both hardwood and plywood did result in some burning but clearing chips more frequently minimized the burning. I did notice one of the teeth was missing the carbide tip; I realized it was because the hole saws are made by rolling and welding flat stock so a tooth near the weld can be lost. It did not affect its operation so not an issue. Overall, very happy with the item.
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Quality Hole Saw
A Carbide Hole Dozer with a new 3 TPI design that offers users fast cuts with the durability of a bi-metal hole saw and life of a carbide hole saw. This Milwaukee hole saw keeps a long sharp life with the ability to cut through stainless steel, fastener embedded wood, cast iron, cement board, asphalt shingles, and other materials. The deep gullets dispose of materials while cutting, and the All Access Slots solve the frustration of plug removal, making use more efficient with less time spent between holes. With a cutting depth of 1 & 5/8 inches, this will bore holes through the common 2 by 4's found throughout construction, and the product is proudly Made in the USA.
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Milwaukee 11/16" Hole Dozer 49-56-700 is a Heavy Duty Hole Saw!
Having drilled many holes both in wood and metal surfaces for many years now, I really like and using the Milwaukee 11/16” Hole Dozer, model # 49-56-0700. This hole saw has been designed with all the benefits of a general bi-metal hole saw and the durability and wide functions of a carbide hole saw. By this, I mean it will easily drill a hole in wood, but it can drill a hole in hard stainless steel and other more difficult surfaces such as aluminum, fiberglass, cement board, fastener embedded wood, plaster, cast iron, asphalt shingles, etc. The specific size, 11/16” diameter hole saw uses a customer supplied 1/2”-20 thread pilot screw-on mandrel. The hole saw has a depth of 1 5/8” and it has 3 TPI (Teeth Per Inch) with deep gullets that aggressive cuts into the material that is being drilled. I also really like the fact that all of the Hole Dozer hole saws have Milwaukee’s “All-Access-Slots” in the body of the hole saw allows the user to have greater access to using screwdriver to help save time, energy, and frustration of prying out the remanent of the cutting plug removal which always has been the downside of any brand of traditional hole saws. Also, the larger body slots allow you to see the accurate placement of the pilot bit on the cutting surface. I especially like the fact that the Milwaukee Hole Dozer hole saws are made in the USA!
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Another Great Milwaukee Product
My hubby says these are the best hole saws out there with their carbide teeth. They drill fast and furious, as he says, and make nice clean holes. I make wine racks out of scrap pieces of wood and these are just the right size for the neck of the bottles. They are easy to place on the drill mandrel and just as easy to drill the hole with this saw. We have used Milwaukee hole saws previously so it was easy to choose this one for this project.
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