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Eastwood 3/8in Double Ended Spot Weld Cutter is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Functions but expect to purchase many bits. First off this thing does a good job of cutting around the actual spot weld. The problem though is that if you catch it funky in any way it will snap the teeth off. You can still cut with a few teeth missing until you ultimately catch it again and snap the rest off. If you purchase this just expect to purchase more bits and do yourself a big favor and drill pilot holes into the welds before you try to use this tool. If it starts walking you will end up breaking teeth. I may have tried something else first if I had known this but I prefer to not put a hole through both pieces if I don't have to.
Date published: 2009-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EASTWOOD 3/8IN DOUBLE ENDED SPOT WELD CUTTER I HAVE USED THEM ON SPOT WELDS FOR A FEW YEARS NOW AND THEY WORK GREAT. I FIND THEY WORK BEST IF YOU DRILL A SMALL HOLE IN THE CENTER OF THE SPOT WELD TO KEEP THE SPRING LOADED CENTER OF THE CUTTER ON THE CENTER OF THE SPOT WELD. THIS HELPS THE CUTTER TO NOT SPIN OUT AND BREAK CUTTING TEETH OFF.
Date published: 2015-01-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good tool, not very resilient So this tool works great, before it wears out, and it wears VERY quickly. I think I cut out 12-15 spot welds per side before it was done. It needs to be made to have harder points so it wears better, or make the replacement cutters a requirement.
Date published: 2014-05-23
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Are there replacement cutting tools available for purchase for this tool?

Asked by: rdisaak
We certainly have replacement cutters for this tool. Their part number is 11280 .
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2015-12-24

on the spot weld cutter. How do you swap the cutter head?

Asked by: worker
The cutter head is threaded on. Simply un-thread and swap out the cutter.
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2017-01-27
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Eastwood 3/8in Double Ended Spot Weld Cutter

Item #11279 Brand: Eastwood

Drill twice as many holes as you could with a single-ended cutter

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3/8" Double-Ended Spot Weld Cutter cuts around the actual spot weld Double-ended spot weld cutter quickly removes spot welds without damaging the underlying panel. With double ends, you'll drill twice as many holes as with single-ended cutters.
  • Both ends have cutting teeth
  • When one end dulls, switch to other end
  • 3/8" in diameter

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About Eastwood 3/8in Double Ended Spot Weld Cutter

Cuts around the spot weld, freeing the panel without damaging the underlying one. Cutter is double-sided for cutting more holes. For 1/4" and larger drills.


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One 3/8" Double-Ended Spot Weld Cutter


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