Tarantula™
 Hole Saws

[ Tarantula™ Hole Saws ]

The Tarantula’s carbide-tipped fangs give you effortless hole cutting without the bite. They cleanly chew through stainless steel, steel, cast iron, nail-embedded wood, plastics, non-ferrous metals and cement. Plus, they’re 10x faster than standard hole saws, and last for up to 50x more cuts than bi-metal hole saws.

  Features

  • 10x faster than standard hole saws
  • Up to 50x more cuts than bi-metal hole saws
  • Carbide tipped for extended life in tough materials
  • Cuts stainless steel, steel, cast iron, nail-embedded wood, plastics, non-ferrous metals, cement fiber board and more
  • Rapid Core Eject™ Arbor System easily ejects the core without additional tools
  • Up to 2-3/8” depth of cut

Watch it Work

“IT’S NICE TO KNOW THAT WHENEVER YOU GO TO GRAB THE HOLE SAW BIT, IT’S GOING TO BE THERE AND IT’S GOING TO WORK, AND IT ALWAYS HAS A PERFECT CUT.”

- JACOB

Instructions & Warnings

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTALL A HOLE SAW CUP

1) Retract the spring-loaded pin plate and screw the hole saw onto the threaded insert end of the arbor.
2) Align the pin holes in the saw cup to the arbor pin locations and release the pin plate.
3) Push the button and slide the cup assembly back towards the drill.
4) Release button and slide cup assembly forward until it latches in place.

DROP OUT THE CORE

1) Push the button.
2) Slide the hole saw assembly back toward the drill.
3) Pull the core free of the arbor, if necessary.

CUT AT AN ANGLE

1) Slide the hole saw assembly back against the drill chuck, leaving the maximum length of the drill bit exposed.
2) Drill a pilot hole in the center of the area you want to cut.
3) Continue to drill until the edge of the saw cup has made a small cut in the substrate.
4) Stop the drill and remove the bit from the substrate. Slide the cup assembly down the arbor until it latches in place.
5) Reposition the bit into the pilot hole and locate the saw teeth into the slot created previously.
6) Start the drill and continue cutting the angled hole.

ENLARGE EXISTING HOLES

1) Detach the smaller hole saw blade that you just used to create the hole in the substrate.
2) Choose a larger hole saw cup and attach it to the arbor.
3) Attach another arbor to your original hole saw cup and slide the smaller saw cup inside the larger cup assembly and onto the hex bar.
4) Insert the smaller hole saw cup into the hole you drilled previously.
5) Enlarge the hole, using the inner hole saw cup to center the blade.

Additional arbors sold separately.

PILOT BIT/COMPLETE ARBOR SYSTEM WARNING

This pilot bit is intended to be used with hole saws. To minimize the risk of serious injury always use eye protection and use the pilot bit only on the products listed on the front of this label for which this pilot bit is designated to minimize the risk that the pilot bit will break and injure you during use. Make certain that the pilot bit is correctly sized for the hole saw being used. Always be sure that the drill bit protrudes above the saw teeth ¼” to 1″ depending on the size of the saw. Start the drill at low speed with the bit contacting the substrate. Read all warnings provided by the drill manufacturer before using this product.

Tarantula™ Hole Saw WARNING

To minimize the risk of serious injury, always use eye protection and gloves. Use the hole saw only on the products listed on the front of this label for which this hole is designated, to minimize the risk that the hole saw will shatter or break and injure you during use. Inspect the hole saw prior to each use and replace with a new one if damaged, bent, cracked or if any of the tips are missing. Always follow the safety instructions in your power tool instruction manual.

Spyder Arbors and Pilot Bits WARNING

This pilot bit is intended to be used with hole saws. To minimize the risk of serious injury, always use eye protection and use the pilot bit only on the products listed on the front of this label for which this pilot bit is designated to minimize the risk that the pilot bit will break and injure you during use. Make certain that the pilot bit is correctly sized for the hole saw being used. Always be sure that the drill bit protrudes above the saw teeth ¼” to 1″ depending on the size of the saw. Start the drill at low speed with the bit contacting the substrate. Read all warnings provided by the drill manufacturer before using this product.

Tarantula™ Hole saw
Recommended RPM

Tarantula hole saw RPM