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  • walker
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    Okay, I'm in for $3.50.

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  • CrazyHorse!
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    Originally posted by monte55 View Post
    The two bits are end mills of some sort. Not really an electricians tool. Not familiar with the mount. What brand is the dial caliper and the 1-2" mic?
    Nick
    They say made in china.

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  • Shep
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    Originally posted by CrazyHorse! View Post
    A buddy needed some money I'm guessing some beer money and wanted to sell me some tools did not give much for this stuff but there are some bit /cutters he said they used in the field when he was an electrician
    I have no ideal what they are.

    now the other two I know I figured I could use them one of these days
    would someone mind letting me know what the bit are used for

    Thanks
    CH!
    The bits (new)sell in the neighborhood of $100 each I think

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  • CrazyHorse!
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    Originally posted by kevin View Post
    funny looking electrical tools, these are tools for a machienest, did they belong to him, i question this because he said electrical tools
    They were his beyond any question! so lets not start to assume anything or imply anything other wise.

    He said they used them for boring holes in steel for electrical not that they were electrical tools! So apologizes if my post was not more informative.

    I my self thought they would/could be used in a mill maybe.

    They are Milwaukee brand

    CH!

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  • captkipp
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    Picture perfect.

    Sonora, That's perfect! A picture really is worth...well, there ya have it.

    Nice set of bit's by the way!

    Monte. I'm missing the 1/2" I was hoping the small one was it. Guessing the large is about 7/8 but maybe the op will tell us. No I don't want to out bid you!

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  • Sonora Iron
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    You can use them in a mill!
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  • aametalmaster
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    I see it all the time here in the refinery to drill thru thick metal like beams...Bob

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  • bretsk2500
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    Originally posted by aametalmaster View Post
    Sure they could be used by electricans to dill holes in plates to run condiut thru...Bob
    *could* but not likely....

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  • monte55
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    Originally posted by captkipp View Post
    I will buy both of the bits. They are for a specific type of drill. They fit a Hougen MAG drill and could indeed be used to cut holes in any trade that deals with metal. More commonly they are used to cut holes in the field on large steel generally 1/2" or above but they could be used for 1/4" easily. I can use both bits. If you like I will pm you with an offer. I will need to know the sizes. That's engraved on the side of each bit.

    They are actually called Rota-broach bits.
    I am going to offer $3 for the two. Do you really still want to make a bid?

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  • aametalmaster
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    Originally posted by bretsk2500 View Post

    definitely not an electricians tool...
    Sure they could be used by electricans to dill holes in plates to run condiut thru...Bob

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  • monte55
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    I stand corrected. If they were in my shop they would become end mills of some sort.
    Nick

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  • bretsk2500
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    Originally posted by monte55 View Post
    The two bits are end mills of some sort. Not really an electricians tool. Not familiar with the mount. What brand is the dial caliper and the 1-2" mic?
    Nick
    those aren't end mills... those are annular cutters for a portamag... they mount in my milwaukee mag drill with two set screws on the flat....

    definitely not an electricians tool...

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  • captkipp
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    Bits.

    I will buy both of the bits. They are for a specific type of drill. They fit a Hougen MAG drill and could indeed be used to cut holes in any trade that deals with metal. More commonly they are used to cut holes in the field on large steel generally 1/2" or above but they could be used for 1/4" easily. I can use both bits. If you like I will pm you with an offer. I will need to know the sizes. That's engraved on the side of each bit.

    They are actually called Rota-broach bits.

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  • monte55
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    The two bits are end mills of some sort. Not really an electricians tool. Not familiar with the mount. What brand is the dial caliper and the 1-2" mic?
    Nick

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  • kevin
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    funny looking electrical tools, these are tools for a machienest, did they belong to him, i question this because he said electrical tools

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