(L x W x H) 2" x 2" x .75" (50 x 50 x 20mm) .5 lbs (.25 kg)
(L x W x H) 6" x 6" x 6" (150 x 150 x 150mm) .75 lbs (.35 kg)
This unique hand tool, designed to support DAC training systems relating to precision benchwork, and particularly drilling and tapping, can be a useful tool for both the student machinist, and the working professional.
Developed after years of in-house hand tapping frustrations, this all-steel, professionally-crafted piece of tooling, will be of great interest to the working professional machinist, model maker, maintenance technician, or craft skills student.
CNC-Machined, from solid 4140 steel, and incorporating 16 precision-located, and carefully-reamed guide holes, This handy tool will eliminate the daily frustrations of broken taps, misaligned holes, angled threading and cross-threading.
It’s unique circular geometry, will allow for access in many hard-to-get-to locations, while remaining stable. A knurled surface provides for positive grip, vital for effective use.
2" diameter, .75" thickness, 4140 steel.
16 guide holes, precision-reamed, for a close fit.
Provides a guide for multiple ANSI, NC and NF sizes, as well as multiple metrics sizes.
Knurled for positive grip, and ease of use.
Comes complete with laminated size chart.
Includes DAC, #803-088, Decimal Equivalents Helper Card
No dedicated courseware provided. See related activities as a part of DAC product #804-120 and others.
DAC assumes no liability for the use or miss-use of this tool, either directly, or performing its function.
In accordance with DAC’s established policy of continuous improvement, these specifications and product descriptions are subject to change without notice. This information is the latest technical information as of the time of viewing or printing.