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The Bad Dog Biter

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Sink some teeth into your next project with The Bad Dog Biter. Available from Bad Dog Tools, the Biter attaches to an electric drill to make quick, accurate and versatile cuts in sheet material. This drill-mounted nibbler uses a patented circular cutting head to easily cut as straight as an arrow or to make intricate curved designs. Use it to trim metal flashing, remove rusted metal from a fender, cut sheet plastic, fit laminate, or to make sheet-metal crafts.

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The finish-quality cut causes no distortion of material, creates no dangerous sparks, and left virtually no burr on the metals we used during our test. The cutting head is easy to steer and adjusts 360 degrees for unhindered maneuverability in very tight spaces. It cuts any shape up to a 1/2-in. radius. The Biter can cut round, flat and corrugated materials as thick as 1/8-in. (varies by metal). This is the kind of multipurpose tool for which an imaginative user can find all sorts of uses. For metalworkers, mechanics and heavy-duty crafters, A Bad Dog Biter would make a great gift this holiday season.

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Circular cutting head cuts up to 1/8″ thick.

 

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Easy to maneuver with steering handle.

 

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Cut a radius as tight as 1/2″.

 

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Clean cut with no distortion.

 

The Original Biter comes standard with a 2-in. cutting head for everyday cutting. The optional 4-in. Long Dog makes it easier to access hard-to-reach places like inside a fender, working on a dashboard, or when retrofitting ductwork hidden inside a ceiling. Learn more at www.baddogtools.com.

— M. Weber

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