Adam Savage's Favorite Tools: Annular Cutters!

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    Adam recently picked up a set of these annular cutters on the recommendation of his good friend John Knoll, and their efficiency in cutting large holes through aluminum blew Adam's mind. Adam demonstrates how they work compared with a normal milling bit, and explains why their design allows them to cut so smoothly. As always, go slowly with a tool like this and use lots of cooling fluid!
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2 måneder siden
tecums3h
tecums3h

This is the way.

10 dager siden
tyler Wesley
tyler Wesley

In the future try not sticking your hand so close the tool while it's running 🤣 you made my butt pucker with that squirt bottle

14 dager siden
danish combos
danish combos

You can get them with a center pin and a self locking taper for installation in a drill press. I've used them in drill presses with great succes, just make sure to use the center pin and have a good center punch

16 dager siden
tiananman
tiananman

these cutters are shockingly inexpensive. I was expecting $100+ per piece like you see with fancy router bits...

19 dager siden
Tim Neumann
Tim Neumann

If you're ever gonna use those annular cutters in a magnet machine remember once your in don't stop drilling until your out. You will never get the the same center point again and ruin your cutter while trying.

26 dager siden
Joeman
Joeman

I maybe repeating a tip and if so I’m sorry. But you can use a piece of 1/2 or 3/4 steel banding material to bend into a W or V and it makes a wonderful spring to hold parallel up in your vise.

Dag siden
Cody Marijuonko
Cody Marijuonko

Didn't expect the mess

4 dager siden
Daniel Bowkett
Daniel Bowkett

In the UK we would call these a Rotorbroach... I guess as its technically a broach that spins?

4 dager siden
clem kadiddlehopper
clem kadiddlehopper

Also called a core drill.

4 dager siden
octy mocty
octy mocty

Rotorbar cutters for another term or if any one wants to get good quality Or if working on sheet q max cutters are another good purchase but ya pay for what ya get

5 dager siden
steve beuchert
steve beuchert

Just use a hole saw

5 dager siden
Autumn Sisti
Autumn Sisti

seeing this makes me wonder why they don't manufacture holesaws for wood with flutes on the outside. the flutes on the outside of the annular cutter are pulling the chips up and out of the cut, whereas with a holesaw the chips just get ground into the gullets of the saw teeth and stop you from cutting. interesting.

6 dager siden
BlueShift
BlueShift

I would buy some but they’re expensive, especially if they only work once a year

6 dager siden
1MANVSWORLD !
1MANVSWORLD !

Wow! 😲

6 dager siden
MR.BOBFACE !!!
MR.BOBFACE !!!

Adam I have been a steel worker for years and have a lot of experience with these bits and if every 2 or 3 seconds you release pressure it will not build up with material. More so for hard product like steel but will save the bit for a lot longer.

6 dager siden
MR.BOBFACE !!!
MR.BOBFACE !!!

Oh and touching that while it's still spinning at all could de glove you in a blink of an eye

6 dager siden
Justin Grey
Justin Grey

Its aluminum.... My home shop has a home made cnc router.... It cuts holes really nice. With a 20 dollar end mill. And I get a little billet from the center of the hole to. Just saying.

6 dager siden
Chris Reinhardt
Chris Reinhardt

A tool you might find handy, https://youtu.be/mRc7ZDRcgrQ Advoko MAKES remakes his tools from the past and present I presume to help work on his log cabin. While there he also works on side projects like, water wheel powered mill to make flour. The original reason I was going to bring this gentleman up, is he made a bear proof door for his cabin that someone tried to brake through, and failed. He wondered out loud why someone would to pry the door apart in the middle when it wasn't locked, and asked everyone watching to come up with ideas of why a person would do this. I suggested that the door may have got wet and swelled a bit, and froze shut so the guy tried to pry it open from the middle, but someone suggested that was unlikely. Maybe you guys can figure out why lol.

6 dager siden
crunch9876
crunch9876

Why no hole saw?

7 dager siden
Lee Joncas
Lee Joncas

Man...when he pinged the cutter to the aluminum, my ears blew out

8 dager siden
MrRoverpilot
MrRoverpilot

So why would it not be a simple metal core bit

8 dager siden
manxman
manxman

hollow end mill

8 dager siden
99codemister
99codemister

How I wish the equivalent wood tools could work this nicely.

9 dager siden
aron canapa
aron canapa

these blew my mind when i first used these with mag drills 5 yrs ago, love them

9 dager siden
BLUE COLLAR BOXING
BLUE COLLAR BOXING

Hole saw 🤦‍♂️

9 dager siden
Chi vo
Chi vo

Soooooo....its a hole saw

9 dager siden
chicoxiba
chicoxiba

Or turn that mill into a cnc mill. Linux cnc and stompy nema 42 motors. Best tip you will read today. Its easier then you think.

9 dager siden
chicoxiba
chicoxiba

Trepaning.. old is cool trick

9 dager siden
Aidan Vichinsky
Aidan Vichinsky

Forbidden cotton candy 5:48

9 dager siden
James Gaffey
James Gaffey

Ive sharpened theses on a daily basis as a saw doctor and i have never seen anyone running an annular cutter at that speed i could be wrong though

9 dager siden
Ryan Missler
Ryan Missler

🤣🤣🤣 true story

7 dager siden
Rich M
Rich M

Looks hard to center without a pilot. What if the plug gets stuck?

10 dager siden
Diezel
Diezel

My favorite tools.... Harbulary cutters

10 dager siden
Luka Bračko
Luka Bračko

That was not drill but endmill.

10 dager siden
Zach Brenner
Zach Brenner

This is just a hole saw, but for machining

10 dager siden
Kevin Anderson
Kevin Anderson

Surprised Adam doesn't own a CNC machine. A cheap tormach is under 20. Still cool though, gotta keep this in mind.

10 dager siden
Luke Worthington
Luke Worthington

I use something similar to drill big holes in airplanes.

10 dager siden
Mike Kristin
Mike Kristin

Adam must like being the hobbyist I feel like with his money he could have a Cnc machine no prob

10 dager siden
Keith Hanson
Keith Hanson

I took machine shop in highschool and the first thing that came to mind when you asked about making a hole that size was using a smaller end mill and my stomach turned at the thought. Watching it work through that aluminum as me completely sold on these, as soon as I get my own shop I am getting some annullar cutters

11 dager siden
Ivan Palominos
Ivan Palominos

Ding ding!

11 dager siden
Joseph Hendrix
Joseph Hendrix

I work as a CNC machinist at Edwards AFB, CA and I use those cutters quite often. We call them Slugger Cutters, because it leaves that fancy little slug in the middle. I've used them on steel and even Titanium. It takes longer, but if you have plenty of coolant and time, you can get through any material.

11 dager siden
Jason B
Jason B

This reminds me of one of the older guys I work with at the machine shop. He’s fixed machines his whole life and loves those things because they are so quick to throw a hole in. The young me says give me that I’ll throw it on the Cnc and mill it out in five minutes. He always does it quicker ....

11 dager siden
Billy Madison
Billy Madison

Hole saw?

11 dager siden
NMranchhand
NMranchhand

I am always shocked by your recent discovery of an old, famous tool. I mean, it happens to me constantly. Every day people say to me, “I can’t believe you’ve never heard of this tool.” But, I’m not Adam Savage! I can’t tell you how much better these segments make me feel as a hobbyist.

11 dager siden
Stephen Henry
Stephen Henry

In the beginning i thought to myself “it’d be nice to have something like a hole saw like with woodworking.” Then Mr. savage pulls out a metal hole saw. Definitely an amazing tool.

11 dager siden
dvtofk
dvtofk

I find it hard to believe that this is the first time Adam has seen a Hole Saw....

11 dager siden
Florian Stock
Florian Stock

Strange that you dont know them before, as here in Germany/Europe everyone doing a little more home improvement knows a hole saw (I know its for a different material, and it can be even used with a hand (power) drill, but its basically the same principle): The power sockets which are installed here are usually circular, and to install them the easiest way is to use a hole saw. So I assume your power outlets are installed into rectangular holes.

11 dager siden
Common Tater
Common Tater

I now have a much greater appreciation for my hole saw bits. Been using them for years, taking them for granted... no longer!

12 dager siden
David w
David w

A fancy hole saw.

12 dager siden
NewJackRustler
NewJackRustler

Down here we call them "slugger bits".

13 dager siden
Ape Lincoln
Ape Lincoln

I'm a sucker for real world practical knowledge. Thanks Mr. Savage

13 dager siden
Rocket Pliance
Rocket Pliance

You need to send some of these to aVe.

13 dager siden
Jakub Durian
Jakub Durian

Adam I always been mesmerised by wood and it possible creations so im building my own wood working workshop what tools do you suggest 😅

13 dager siden
Jakub Durian
Jakub Durian

Butter smooth

13 dager siden
Patrick Highnote
Patrick Highnote

Do they make them for stainless steel or galvanized steel

13 dager siden
Patrick Highnote
Patrick Highnote

So its a fancy hole saw

13 dager siden
Ryan Sayers
Ryan Sayers

As a machinist I feel like I could show this guy stuff that would make him awestruck.

13 dager siden
Sam B
Sam B

ah yes, Harbulary cutters

13 dager siden
Scott Guderjan
Scott Guderjan

Some needs to get Adam a set of hole saws ASAP!

13 dager siden
DahVoozel
DahVoozel

Would a bimetal hole saw work for this application?

14 dager siden
Roxanne Paris
Roxanne Paris

So...a hole saw...

14 dager siden
Abraham vilchis
Abraham vilchis

@3:44 get some Kurt parallel separators

14 dager siden
Abraham vilchis
Abraham vilchis

Dynamic milling

14 dager siden
Eric Angutiqjuaq
Eric Angutiqjuaq

For best results, use cutters annually

14 dager siden
Brad Paisker
Brad Paisker

Only issue is that 2" cutter is roughly $200, I buy 15/16" diameter ones at $100 in bulk. The poor man's annular cutter is a standard hole saw, you can only cut the depth of the tooth at a time though. Simply back out, brush out the cuttings and continue.

14 dager siden
A Forerunner
A Forerunner

“It came from a good friend” so not Jamie I guess

14 dager siden
Race Frazier
Race Frazier

I'v used a similar bits but the I never worked with anything thicker than 16 gauge

14 dager siden
Reilly Stamps
Reilly Stamps

As a guy who’s used poorly maintained cutters like these, cooling fluid is essential for any longevity because these are annoying to clean out of holes if they shatter halfway through a cut

14 dager siden
John Shepherd
John Shepherd

If you had a lathe with four independant jaws, then you can chuck up the block with the center of the hole as the center of the spindle and bore out the hole on your lathe. This also means you do not have to have a full set of different size tools to make the hole size you want.

15 dager siden
Uhh Ok
Uhh Ok

You can also gradually increase the size of your drill bit; admittedly it would take much more time but it would be safer

15 dager siden
TheApprentice
TheApprentice

I swear youtube is listening to me; i have litterally been using these particular cutters in a mag drill all week at work and this comes recomeended to me... EDIT: They are the tits though, been cutting through 85mm thick steel at 26 diameter like butter.

15 dager siden
JG JG
JG JG

Well the cheapest option is to heat the aluminum up till it's almost liquid and then hammering a big spike through it

15 dager siden
Brian Wilson
Brian Wilson

How about a shaped charge?

15 dager siden
cil airin
cil airin

I feel if any of my high-school teachers were half as enthusiastic and interesting as adam i would have learned and retained alot more.

15 dager siden
fergyspoolshots
fergyspoolshots

If you value your arms, never stick your hands near a drill press spinning that fast. The spirals of material coming off can grab your gloves or sleeves in a millisecond.

15 dager siden
danthor45
danthor45

this is where CNC is so wonderfull

15 dager siden
FiveStarMan 94
FiveStarMan 94

Now that’s sexy

15 dager siden
J A
J A

I understand why you like that thing. It gave me a dopamine rush just to watch it in action actually.

15 dager siden
Kay Erdmann
Kay Erdmann

I had no idea that these weren’t common tools! Love these things!

16 dager siden
craig waring
craig waring

?!? These cutters have been out for years, he could of also used a hole saw (not recommended at all... but he could have)

16 dager siden
Adam Courchaine
Adam Courchaine

Other options as well: hole saw (they make them for metal too) fly cutter (single tool adjustable to all diameters)

16 dager siden
Daniel Woodard
Daniel Woodard

what's wrong with using a standard hole saw ? only Ali

16 dager siden
DevilDogRob
DevilDogRob

Annular or Harbulary batteries?

16 dager siden
fartwrangler
fartwrangler

Or, what we would call a "hole saw".

16 dager siden
jeronp420
jeronp420

Where is your safety gloves adam?

16 dager siden
Tyler Beadle-Follis
Tyler Beadle-Follis

It’s nice to see Adam excited

16 dager siden
N P
N P

I'm only commenting to let people know I read this as "Anal cutters".

16 dager siden
scarz1951
scarz1951

Annular cutter? That hurts just to say.

16 dager siden
DoItMyself
DoItMyself

The problem with using an end mill to hog out that material is that the clamping and tool holder need to be very rigid or you will get chatter and harmonics. Not a problem in a manufacturing setting with CNC controlled feeds/speeds, but in the home shop you need other solutions like this. Great video!

16 dager siden
nutty nutt
nutty nutt

I use those for guard rail with mag drill coming off bridges for the rub rail for plowtrucks very cool video!!

16 dager siden
Michael Bentson
Michael Bentson

I grew up as a kid 10-16 ish watching your show with my dad, totally inspired me to be such a creative and do it yourself type of guy. Just now finding your channel ! Glad your spirits are high and you’re still informing the population!

17 dager siden
Ugy Iggy
Ugy Iggy

So it’s like a hole saw for metal. Got it.

17 dager siden
Sanbakor Yorshka
Sanbakor Yorshka

Can we just call it metal hole saw?

17 dager siden
Y.O. L.O.
Y.O. L.O.

2:25

17 dager siden
Darius Varno
Darius Varno

pffff those americans... i watch one russian guy's youtube, he usualy just put such and way more crazier stuff into a lathe to make a hole (and does it relatively safely)

17 dager siden
4D Chess Player
4D Chess Player

SO you discovered a holesaw? YAWN

17 dager siden
Ron Frazier
Ron Frazier

Got a sweet bridgeport. You can retrofit that with a cnc control and interpolate that hole. Would be a dream to have a home shop like that.

17 dager siden
asshole
asshole

"Why is it so amazing?" If you have to ask that you're not a machinist

18 dager siden
Simskii datamine
Simskii datamine

or a cnc machinist

16 dager siden
asshole
asshole

It's like a hole saw and an end mill had a baby

18 dager siden
Disco
Disco

The other problem with that big fat milling bit is that it cuts at all different speeds throughout the whole radius. The Annular cutter maintains an even cutting speed, as the cutting surface is limited to a very small portion of the radius.

18 dager siden
The Cult Of Dope
The Cult Of Dope

Love the power feed ya got on your machine.

18 dager siden
Terry Rose
Terry Rose

Adam....slow that rpm down....maybe 300-400 on such a large cutter....Big is slower , small is faster.

18 dager siden
Carson Murray
Carson Murray

Gotta watch the heat on those guys though. My coworker broke one in the side of a flatbed trailer we were fixing up and it took us forever to get the hardened shards out. They are nice, though!

18 dager siden
Robert Schaffer
Robert Schaffer

When working with sheet metal in thinner applications a simple hole saw works wonders. Similar technique of slow speed, cutting fluid, and consistent pressure via drill press or mill works wonders. This anullar cutter basically works as a reamer and a hole saw all in one. I will be looking into getting a set of these anullar cutters for my sheet metal shop for thicker and more precise applications. I wonder if you could cut straight through square or rectangle tubing for reliably accurate pass through holes...... Great information Adam!

18 dager siden
wyatt prendergast
wyatt prendergast

As a locksmith. Annular cutters are a must have.

18 dager siden
Controlled Chaos
Controlled Chaos

How much less material? Adam: just holds up blank he cut out

18 dager siden

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