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RotorBits Hole Tapping Jig Set (1 Set)

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RotorBits Hole Tapping Jig Set (1 Set)


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The Hole Tapping Jig Set has been specifically designed for use with the RotorBits square 10mm tube. The jig slides neatly onto the square tube and can be secured with 4 locking screws (included) which will prevent the jig slipping once located in the preferred position.

The hole tapping jig set also includes a hole reamer, 2mm drill bit and 2mm thread tap.

Jig Material: Steel
Jig Weight: 154g
Jig Dimensions: 100 x 16 x 20mm
Supplied Tools: Hole reamer, 2mm drill bit, 2mm thread tap

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Jig Set | Verified Buyer

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Well constructed

May 01, 2021

Took an inordinate amount of time to receive. But, I was very pleased with the look, feel, and usefulness of the jig.

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Jan 19, 2015

Pratique tout est fourni pour percer les bras.

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Jun 27, 2014

I was astonished when I received this product, the steel looks chrome plated and it's a lot heavier than I was expecting. It feels very high quality.
I used it to cut some holes in the square carbon tube using the supplied hole reamer, which worked well. The reamer bit isn't quite long enough to drill all the way through the tube, so you have to drill far enough to break the bottom surface then flip it over and drill out the rest. Drown it in oil before drilling, you really DO NOT want to be breathing carbon dust. The oil traps the dust and you can just wipe the oil off when you're done.
This jig gives very precise, well centred holes, I highly recommend it.

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