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Picture of  C-MART MITER SAW 1600W - W0028

C-MART MITER SAW 1600W - W0028

₱13,800.00
 Concrete Planer

Shinsetsu Concrete Planer, SCP-1800E

Shinsetsu Concrete Planer
₱60,000.00
Picture of 2 CUTTER SDS MAX DRILL BIT

2 CUTTER SDS MAX DRILL BIT

MILWAUKEE® M/2™ 2-Cutter SDS Plus Rotary Hammer-Drill bits are up to 30% faster with up to 20% more holes per charge in cordless rotary hammers.
₱6,000.00 ₱1.00
Picture of 2 SPEED MAGNETIC DRILL PRESS 50MM-DEDWE1622K

2 SPEED MAGNETIC DRILL PRESS 50MM-DEDWE1622K

Overload Protection prevents electronics from motor damage and excess accessory wearQuick-change chuck system allows for tool-free change between 3/4" Weldon Shank and 1/2" keyed chuckQuick-release feed handles provide tool-free change of handles to either side of the tool
₱132,100.00
Picture of 20MM ROTARY HAMMER SDS+1.7J - PLH 20

20MM ROTARY HAMMER SDS+1.7J - PLH 20

They are completely different ; impact drivers provide torsional (rotational) impulses which act to drive the fastener clockwise as the screw advances into the material, percussion (hammer drill) provides linear impulses along the axis of the bit that act to micro-shatter the substrate (typically masonry) being drilled . A hammer drill works at a lower stroke rate, but with significantly greater impact energy than a percussion drill. This enables work to be completed more quickly. Hammer drilling in concrete requires less force than percussion drilling. An impact drill uses lateral percussion (from the side, in a circular motion). Once the drill senses that torque is needed , the drill uses impact to twist the screw into the surface. In short, an impact drill is used for driving screws and bolts that require a higher torque. Impact drivers produce lots of rotational force, capable of driving the largest wood screws in seconds. Internal mechanisms allow impact drivers to produce more torque than drills, and in quick bursts. These bursts or “impacts” happen up to 50 times a second, giving impact drivers their name. Can you use an impact driver to drill into concrete? If you drill holes that are less than 1/4 inch, an impact driver can help drill through concrete and brick. These tools have a massive amount of torque. However, they are not built to be used like hammer or regular drills. Percussion drilling is the perfect choice if you need to execute drilling in hard soils. Hard soil has layers of rubble or stones and percussion drilling can effectively drill through it. It is suitable for research on soil pollution, grain size distribution, general soil classification, and profile description. Percussion drilling is a drilling method in which a heavy hammering or cutting bit is attached to a cable and inserted into the borehole. The heavy bit or hammer is repeatedly lifted and dropped, thus boring through the earth. The hammer is made of hardened steel with carbide on the chisel -shaped bit.
₱33,300.00 ₱41,625.00
Picture of 2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 50

2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 50

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱4,080.00 ₱5,100.00
Picture of 2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 51

2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 51

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱5,040.00 ₱6,300.00
Picture of 2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 52

2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 52

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱4,320.00 ₱5,400.00
Picture of 2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 53

2-CUTTER SDSMAXDRILL BIT - 4932 3527 53

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱5,280.00 ₱6,600.00
Picture of 4- Cutter SDSmax Drill Bit

4- Cutter SDSmax Drill Bit

4- Cutter SDSmax Drill Bit Milwaukee
₱35,000.00 ₱1.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 48-20-3932

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 48-20-3932

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱8,900.00 ₱11,125.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 56

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 56

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱6,600.00 ₱5,280.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 60

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 60

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱5,500.00 ₱6,875.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 61

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 61

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱8,580.00 ₱10,725.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 65

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 65

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱9,200.00 ₱11,500.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 68

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 68

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱6,160.00 ₱7,700.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 72

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 72

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱7,480.00 ₱9,350.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 73

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 73

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱10,230.00 ₱12,787.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 74

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 74

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱7,600.00 ₱9,500.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 75

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 75

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
₱10,500.00 ₱13,125.00
Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 84

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 84

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
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Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 86

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 86

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
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Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 87

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 87

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
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Picture of 4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 88

4-CUTTER SDSMAX DRILL BIT - 4932 3527 88

Drill bit sizes are written as irreducible fractions . So, instead of 78/64 inch, or 1 14/64 inch, the size is noted as 1 7/32 inch. Below is a cart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths). (Decimal places for . If you know the size of the screw, you can locate the size of the drill bit by looking at the opposite end from the sharp point of the bit. It's likely engraved there. Standard metric sizes are defined in ISO 2936:2014 "Assembly tools for screws and nuts —Hexagon socket screw keys", also known as DIN 911. The full set of defined sizes are: 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm, 1.3 mm. 1.5 to 5 mm in 0.5 mm increments. They're great for being able to be quickly swapped out if you an adapter, and even without an adapter that hex shank is a lot easier for your drill chuck to grab onto when using very small bits like 1/16” & smaller. You'll see a list of numbers from to 10 or 20. These are used to set the clutch to deliver a torque range. The higher the number on the collar, the higher the torque and the larger the fastener that can be driven. To adjust your clutch, align the arrow to a lower setting and start driving a screw. Take a loose screw and compare it to the size of the bit you need to use, using the screw's core rather than its flute. A bit that is very slightly smaller than the screw will ensure a proper fit. Choosing a bit that is too small means that the screw will get stuck so take care to choose carefully. In hex, four digits of a binary number can be represented by a single hex digit. Dividing a binary number into 4-bit sets means that each set can have a possible value of between 0000 and 1111, allowing 16 number combinations from 0 to 15. With the base value as 16, the maximum value of a digit is 15.
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Picture of 6" IMPACT PHILIPS #2 POWER BIT - 48-32-4802

6" IMPACT PHILIPS #2 POWER BIT - 48-32-4802

#2 Phillips is a common size and is designed for sheet rock screws, wood screws, and many machine screws. The Best Impact Driver Bits for Beginners and Professionals. An impact driver is an essential tool for any DIYer . It can tackle tough fastening jobs with ease, and it has the power to drive even the most stubborn screws or bolts. Klein's #2 Phillips slotted Screw-Holding Screwdriver provide positive gripping action to hold, start, and drive slotted screws in confined, hard-to-reach places. The unique blade design allows for both torquing and tightening of screws. An impact driver outputs higher torque levels than a drill, making it more efficient for quickly driving long, wide and large screws into tough materials. As a result, it significantly reduces your work time when large volumes of fasteners need to be secured. An impact drill uses lateral percussion (from the side, in a circular motion). Once the drill senses that torque is needed, the drill uses impact to twist the screw into the surface. In short, an impact drill is used for driving screws and bolts that require a higher torque.
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Picture of 6" IMPACT PHILIPS #3 POWER BITS (PACKAGE QUANTITY:10PCS) - 48-32-4808

6" IMPACT PHILIPS #3 POWER BITS (PACKAGE QUANTITY:10PCS) - 48-32-4808

#2 Phillips is a common size and is designed for sheet rock screws, wood screws, and many machine screws. The Best Impact Driver Bits for Beginners and Professionals. An impact driver is an essential tool for any DIYer . It can tackle tough fastening jobs with ease, and it has the power to drive even the most stubborn screws or bolts. Klein's #2 Phillips slotted Screw-Holding Screwdriver provide positive gripping action to hold, start, and drive slotted screws in confined, hard-to-reach places. The unique blade design allows for both torquing and tightening of screws. An impact driver outputs higher torque levels than a drill, making it more efficient for quickly driving long, wide and large screws into tough materials. As a result, it significantly reduces your work time when large volumes of fasteners need to be secured. An impact drill uses lateral percussion (from the side, in a circular motion). Once the drill senses that torque is needed, the drill uses impact to twist the screw into the surface. In short, an impact drill is used for driving screws and bolts that require a higher torque.
₱446.00 ₱557.00
Picture of 6" IMPACT SQUARE RECESS  #2 POWER BIT - 48-32-4805

6" IMPACT SQUARE RECESS #2 POWER BIT - 48-32-4805

#2 Phillips is a common size and is designed for sheet rock screws, wood screws, and many machine screws. The Best Impact Driver Bits for Beginners and Professionals. An impact driver is an essential tool for any DIYer . It can tackle tough fastening jobs with ease, and it has the power to drive even the most stubborn screws or bolts. Klein's #2 Phillips slotted Screw-Holding Screwdriver provide positive gripping action to hold, start, and drive slotted screws in confined, hard-to-reach places. The unique blade design allows for both torquing and tightening of screws. An impact driver outputs higher torque levels than a drill, making it more efficient for quickly driving long, wide and large screws into tough materials. As a result, it significantly reduces your work time when large volumes of fasteners need to be secured. An impact drill uses lateral percussion (from the side, in a circular motion). Once the drill senses that torque is needed, the drill uses impact to twist the screw into the surface. In short, an impact drill is used for driving screws and bolts that require a higher torque.
₱446.00 ₱557.00
Picture of 6" IMPACT SQUARE RECESS #3 POWER BITS(PACKAGE QUANTITY:10PCS) - 48-32-4816

6" IMPACT SQUARE RECESS #3 POWER BITS(PACKAGE QUANTITY:10PCS) - 48-32-4816

#2 Phillips is a common size and is designed for sheet rock screws, wood screws, and many machine screws. The Best Impact Driver Bits for Beginners and Professionals. An impact driver is an essential tool for any DIYer . It can tackle tough fastening jobs with ease, and it has the power to drive even the most stubborn screws or bolts. Klein's #2 Phillips slotted Screw-Holding Screwdriver provide positive gripping action to hold, start, and drive slotted screws in confined, hard-to-reach places. The unique blade design allows for both torquing and tightening of screws. An impact driver outputs higher torque levels than a drill, making it more efficient for quickly driving long, wide and large screws into tough materials. As a result, it significantly reduces your work time when large volumes of fasteners need to be secured. An impact drill uses lateral percussion (from the side, in a circular motion). Once the drill senses that torque is needed, the drill uses impact to twist the screw into the surface. In short, an impact drill is used for driving screws and bolts that require a higher torque. Shockwave™ Impact Driver Bits are engineered to be the Most Durable, Best Fitting driver bits on the market. The Wear Guard Tip™ delivers increased wear resistance which protects the fit over the life of the bit. The Shockzone™ is optimized for for each tip type and length of driver bit to absorb peak torque and prevent breaking. The Custom Alloy76™ has a customized steel and heat treatment per tip type to extend the life of the driver bits, providing up to 50X life vs. competitive impact driver bits. Shockwave™ driver bits are built to deliver extreme durability for the most demanding applications
₱446.00 ₱557.00
Picture of 6" MAGNETIC BIT TIP HOLDER - 48-32-4511

6" MAGNETIC BIT TIP HOLDER - 48-32-4511

The magnetic bit holder is an indispensable accompaniment to any drill driver. It consists of a hexagonal steel bar, one end of which grips the chuck. The other end comes with a chrome steel cylinder into which any screwdriver bit will slot. A small magnet also prevents the bit from dropping out. The new locking bit holder feature two magnets to maximize magnetic transfer and holding power to the fastener and prevent drops. As with all SHOCKWAVE™ Impact Duty Accessories, each bit holder features an optimized SHOCK ZONE™ geometry to provide up to 30X longer life and absorb 3X more torque to prevent breakage. Work Environment a lighter weight mag drill is preferred if you are working high up in the air, etc. Space Limitations – If you are working in tight spaces a low-profile mag drill may be ideal, such as: The Hougen HMD130 Mag Drill or the Fein JMC Magforce 90 Mag Drill. Our SHOCKWAVE™ Impact Duty™ Magnetic Bit Holders are engineered for extreme durability and up to 30x life. The MILWAUKEE magnetic bit holders are made from proprietary steel, heat treated to control hardness. The SHOCKWAVE™ magnetic bit holders feature a powerful magnet, providing you with a secure grip and unyielding bit engagement . Each bit holder has a 2-piece construction for optimal assembly in abusive applications. Our SHOCKWAVE™ Impact Duty™ Magnetic Bit Holders have a C-ring to retain the insert bit and can now be used with Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE™ Impact Duty Insert Magnetic Nut Drivers (¼”, 5/16”, ⅜”, 7/16”, ½”). A "bit-holder" will often be magnetized to hold the bit in (and incidentally holding the screw as well) while the other two can be, but it's not as common. A "hex bit socket" or "nut driver" is probably more durable than a "bit holder" if it matters to you, for example if you're using a high torque impact driver.
₱948.00 ₱1,185.00
Picture of 6" POWER BIT TORX T25(PACKAGE QUANTITY:10PCS) - 48-32-4846

6" POWER BIT TORX T25(PACKAGE QUANTITY:10PCS) - 48-32-4846

MILWAUKEE 48-32-4846 T25 PACKAGE QUANTITY : 10 PCS
₱5,570.00 ₱4,460.00
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