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7/8" - 1-1/8" Unibit Stepdrill
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7/8" - 1-1/8" Unibit Stepdrill

Item # 984964 OfficeMax # 24104069
  • New SpeedPoint™ tip provides 6X faster initial penetration time than before, and eliminates the need for center punching
  • Single-fluted cutting edge assures true round holes, and allows greater control with less vibration
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  • New SpeedPoint™ tip provides 6X faster initial penetration time than before, and eliminates the need for center punching 
  • Single-fluted cutting edge assures true round holes, and allows greater control with less vibration 
  • Ideal for drilling holes in thin materials such as mild steel, copper, brass, aluminum, plexiglass, wood, and laminates 

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Item # 984964 
Manufacturer # 585-10239  
brand name Irwin Unibit®
Cutting Diam 7/8 in [Min], 1 1/8 in [Max]
Cutting Edge Material HSS
distributor United, Inc.
Material Thickness 1/8 in [Max]
Measurement Type Fractional
No. of Steps 2
packaging type Carded
shank diameter 1/8 in
weight 0.51 lb

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7/8 - 1-1/8 Unibit Stepdrill 5 5 2 2
THE.BEST - A must for stainless The Unibit is an incredible tool. I'm a sculptor and interactive museum designer/fabricator, and often need to drill larger holes through stabiles steel pile and sheet. This can easily destroy even the titanium bits, also brand new twist bits as the stainless work hardens. These cobalt Unibits effortlessly plow through the metal one step size at a time in seconds with beautiful results, even with a hand drill. One bit drills hole after hole. I could not recommend more highly. August 31, 2014
Engineering Shop Manager - retired Unibits are the only tool to use when drilling thin material like sheet metal or plastics. Makes a hole as good as a chassis punch and a lot faster. February 11, 2011
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