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JINGLING 63mm 2-1/2" inch Diamond Drill Bit Tile Hole Saw for Gl

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JINGLING 63mm 2-1/2" inch Diamond Drill Bit Tile Hole Saw for Gl

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Size:63mm(2-1/2")

63mm 2.5 inch Diamond Coated Drill Bit Hole Saw Glass Tile Ceramic Marble Granite Product Name: 2.5” inch Diamond tip drill bit, 63 mm Glass hole saw bit, 63mm Glass drill bit Product Description: Hole Diameter: 63mm (2-1/2” inch) Shank Diameter: 10mm (3/8") Total Length: 55mm (2-3/16") Drill depth: 26mm depth Quantity: 1 Piece Features: Brand new amp; high quality Easy to use, good performance and long life Excellent for making clean and accurate hole on glass, tile, stone, granite and marble Works better with an electric drill (Excluding in this item) Use with water as a lubricant Drilling speed: drill a hole in seconds Quick Tips 1. Please add water for coolant and drill slowly 2. Start drill at 45 degree to surface and align to 90 degree as hole forms 3. Never use drills while machine is in hammer action 4. Holes require no futher work as cutting is clean The Diamond Hole Saw Does NOT Have Center Pilot Drill There is no need for a Pilot Drill Bit, because pilots are not safe for glass/stone How to use a hand drill to drill holes in the glass/tile/stone? Step 1. The bit on the glass/tile/stone 45 degree, open a half-moon notch on it Step 2. Slowly up the bit to 60 degrees, and then gently drill Step 3. Reached 90 degrees, continue to drill Step 4. Drill through the glass/tile/stone finally, the technique requires a "wobble" of the drill rather that steady pressure straight on Welcome to Visit Our Store: www.amazon.com/shops/DiamondTools30

JINGLING 63mm 2-1/2" inch Diamond Drill Bit Tile Hole Saw for Gl

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