TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE WHEN IT COMES TO THIS DRILL MOUNTED NIBBLER
The Original Biter comes with a 2″ cutting head which is perfect for every-day cutting like trimming flashing, removing rusted sheet metal from a fender, fitting laminate, or cutting sheet plastic. For those cuts that are just out of reach, pop on the Long Dog Head. A full 4″ long, the Long Dog makes access easy to hard-to-reach places such as inside a fender to install marker lights, awkward angles on the dash to install gauges or retrofitting ductwork hidden inside a ceiling. The Long Dog features the same 360° turning radius as the original Bad Dog Biter head.
- Two heads for twice the cutting time
- Powered by a Hand Drill – no additional power source needed!
- Light and compact: Fits in just a corner of your toolbox!
- Cutting Heads adjust 360° for easy cutting in any space
- No distortion of material
- Follow precise patterns with the Biter’s patented steerable heads
- Cuts corrugated, round, or flat materials up to 1/8″ thick (varies by material)
- Cuts any shape to 1/2″ radius
The BAD DOG BITER has two steerable heads that rotate 360° for maximum versatility. One or both heads can be set to steerable! To get the best performance out of your new tool, please review the instructions.
Power Source: Hand Drill
Speed : 1,200 – 4,500
Cut Width (all materials) : 1/8″
Mild Steel* : 14 gauge
Stainless Steel* : 18 gauge
Brass/Copper/Aluminum : 14 gauge
Plastic & Fiberglass : 3/32″
Laminate & Veneer : 3/32″
*use on flat or corrugated stock/cutting oil is recommended for maximum blade life
Minimum cutting speed 2,000RPM
SETTING THE STEERABLE HEADS
- One or both heads can be set to steerable
- Turn the screw 1/4 turn using allen wrench provided
- Head should turn freely but still be snug. Lock Tite can be used to secure set screw
- Set heads in opposite direction for max versatility
Make sure you:
- Bring drill to maximum RPM before cutting material
- Keep speed constant while cutting
- Don’t force Biter to cut faster
CHANGING THE BITER BLADE
- 1. Remove metal retaining clip (A).
- 2. Remove the plastic end cap (B).
- 3. Loosen lock nut (C) & remove attached set screw (D) with allen wrench.
- 4. Insert new blade (E) with indentation facing up while gently pushing old blade through and out.
- 5. Align indentation in center of blade block (F).
- 6. Replace set screw (D) into indentation in new blade..
- 7. Re-tighten lock nut (C)
- 8. Grease
- 9. Replace end cap (B) & retaining clip (A).