Hand tap (for stainless steel) (EX-SUS-HT) EX-SUS-HT OH2 #2 M6x1
- EX-SUS-HT OH2 #2 M6x1
- Package Qty.
- Ship pack of
- Work Material
- Stainless steel, copper
- Surface Processing
- Homogenized processing
- Overall Length L (mm)
- Screw Diameter
- Pitch (mm)
- Angle Width K (mm)
- Lower Neck Part L1 (mm)
- High-Vanadium Heiss (High speed steel) HSSE
- Shank Diameter d (phi mm)
- Number of Flutes
- Chamfer Lcf
- Angle Length Lk (mm)
- Screw Length Lc (mm)
- M6 and below have protruding centers.
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5 Customer Reviews
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Tap cutting of stainless steel plate
On 2017-05-30 18:49:28
I pierced the hole and worked carefully. I could tap cut without problems. Oil is essential. I got the counts in this series.
Cut the screw manually into thin stainless steel
On 2016-01-07 07:47:15
When cutting small screws, this old form is the best. I will go well if I keep up with it. It is the worst when you break.
Manually screw the stainless steel plate
On 2015-12-29 16:46:37
Thin tapping is limited to manual work. For traditional handwork this is the best. Lubricating oil is also essential, but a lot of good ones are out now.
Cut the female thread to stainless steel by hand.
On 2015-12-28 18:41:58
This is the best to cut a thin female thread on the stain. When repeating back and forth, the female thread is out of it. Also, cutting oil is an important factor.
Used when installing back eye camera in trailer chassis
On 2011-09-14 17:18:29
Stainless steel has not used taps yet but it is very good with iron
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