Starrett A19 "Oops" Arbor

A19 Arbor fits A1, A2 or A10 type arbors

  • 33505278
  • Starrett
  • 049659660784
The A19 'Oops' Arbor is for use in conjunction with either the A1, A2 or A10 type hole saw...mer
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The A19 'Oops' Arbor is for use in conjunction with either the A1, A2 or A10 type hole saw arbors (e.g.  A1-1, XA2, A1E etc).  

Replacing the pilot drill, the 'Oops' Arbor allows diameters to be enlarged by attaching a saw of the same size to that of the existing hole. thereby acting as a pilot for the larger diameter saw.  Minimum hole enlargement is 4.7mm (3/16") between the pilot saw diameter and the cutting saw diameter.

The A19 ‘Oops’ Arbor works with the following holesaws because they all have the same screw threads (1/2”-20 & 5/8”-18):

  •  (SH) Constant Pitch HSS Bi Metal Holesaws
  •  (DH) Dual Pitch HSS Bi Metal Holesaws
  •  (MPH) TCT Multi Purpose Holesaws
  •  (CT) Carbide Tipped Holesaws
  •  (D) Diamond Grit Holesaws

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Precision Tools, Gages and Instruments The broad Starrett product line includes precision...mer
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The broad Starrett product line includes precision measuring tools (micrometers, calipers, rules, etc.), levels, electronic gages, dial indicators, gage blocks and granite surface plates and custom engineered products. The precision group also includes M1 lubricant, and precision ground flat stock. The company also produces metrology equipment, including optical comparators, video measurement and inspection systems and multi-sensor measuring systems, and force measurement and material testing systems. These Starrett products are used by manufacturing companies of many types and sizes to ensure the quality of their products.

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Starrett tools are essential for the many products that are measured, cut, formed or assembled. They are used in a broad range of manufacturing facilities as an essential part of metalworking, the manufacturing of durable goods, for working with exotic materials and in a wide variety of traditional and newer industries such as electronics, aerospace, energy and many others. Starrett products are sold throughout the United States and worldwide through distributors, dealers, and retailers and online. In recent years, the Company has broadened its product offering through acquisitions and innovative product line expansion. Today, Starrett has eight manufacturing locations worldwide: Brazil, The U.K. and China and five in the United States. See Manufacturing Facilities Worldwide for more detailed information. Annual sales of the company are in the vicinity of $250 million and the company is traded publicly on the NYSE.
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