Bastex Diamond Grit Hole Saw Bit Drill Set 3pc
10Mm For Use On Wood, 8Mm, 6Mm, Porcelain, Ceramics, Made From High Strength Carbon Steel Makes These Drill Bits Durable And Precise. Steel Construction Also Makes For A Longer Lasting Tools Set. Includes The Following Diameters
- Made from high strength carbon steel that makes it durable
- Equipped with a versatile design that makes it suitable for various purposes
- Comes in a compact size that makes it easy to store
- May be less useful for heavy duty jobs
Analysis of 200+ reviews for Bastex Diamond Grit Hole Saw Bit Drill Set 3pc
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We analyzed a total of 238 reviews for this product out of which, 218 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 100% reviews were positive while around 0% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Bastex Diamond Grit Hole Saw Bit Drill Set 3pc
This product received a total score of 9.43 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
I was very happy with the product I received, it cut perfect holes in my pot, which is one of the reasons I have so many pretty pots with no drainage holes.
The smallest bit overheated and was ruined when I tried it without water coolant, so I didn't use it again.
I received these bits for free, but my feedback is mine and not paid for, so I gave this item a 4 stars.
You might want to get slow with the tile if you want to prevent this, as it leaves an oil spot on the rock.
I've never drilled holes in glass, but I followed some suggestions on how to do it from videos on the internet.
Question & Answers
Will they fit a dremel?
The biggest bit has a diameter of 1/4 inch, so it's likely to be big for dremel.
Do they need a hex adaptor for the drill?
I did something that works for me, just use your drill.
Will it be able to drill through the 1/3' granite counter top?
I've only used it to drill through glass and ceramic plates of about 1/8th inch thickness, but if you have a scrap piece of granite, you could give it a try before attempting your counter top.
How do you stop it from moving when it's first starting to drill on a ceramic surface?
If the rock isn't held in place by a drill press, it will go flying off.
Is it possible to drill through Tempered Glass?
I used 1.5 bits to drill a hole in a ceramic tile, and these are not heavy duty or even useful. The diamond grit comes off quickly and the rest of the bit seems to be made of cheap aluminum.