|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 3 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||a11120700ux0082|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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uxcell 12mm 1/2" Diamond Tipped Metal Hole Saw Drill Bit for Tile Glass
|Price:||$3.67 & FREE Shipping|
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- Product Name : Glass Hole Saw;Material : Metal
- Drilling Diameter : 12mm / 1/2";Shank Diameter : 6.5mm / 1/4"
- Total Length : 50.5mm / 2";Color : Silver Tone
- Net Weight : 11g
- Package Content : 1 x Glass Hole Saw
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|Item Dimensions||2.99 x 4.02 x 0.31 in||—||—||0.5 x 4 x 0.5 in||—||—|
|Material Type||Metal||—||Nickel, Steel||Stainless steel shank||—||—|
|Size||1/2"||1/2 Inch||—||—||1/2 Inch||12mm/2pcs|
Diamond coated tip and sturdy metal body, gives good performance and longer life.
Designed for drilling 1/2in diameter holes.
Used on glass, tile, limestone, slate, marble, granite, stone, and fiberglass.
Works better with an electric drill which is not included here.
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Since I was using a hand drill (powered, of course), I just put each mug and the similarly-shaped rock upside down in a bucket filled with enough water to just cover them. I used a slow drilling speed, mostly between 50 and a couple hundred rpm, and fairly light pressure. I started the drilling at a slight angle to help avoid the bit slipping around. The bit didn't even get warm as far as I could tell. That took about ten minutes per mug, but I went slow to try to take it easy on the bit.
The bit I got is very slightly wobbly from being off center or warped somehow, but that wasn't a problem. In fact, it might have helped to keep the drill hole from getting tight.
The bit I got has a slot instead of a round hole on the side, better for removing whatever might get stuck in the center.
The vendor I purchased from, Yooway, shipped the bit several days after I ordered it. It took nine days from the day I ordered it to arrive, not bad for free shipping.
Go slow to start if using on round bottles as it can skip on you neccessatating some polish work. Has yet to cause a crack. I use firm pressure with a regular corded drill then increase speed as it gains purchase on the glass and it pops through before you know it. Quick and easy to use.
Don't waste the money on 20-50you diamond dust hole saws as they all eventually wear out. These work great and its a perfect size for lamp projects, etc. Buy one, you'll be glad you saved your money.
As I said, bit is good, but the people behind possessing the order leave much to be desired. It was my fault a ship date could not be determined, so they say. Other items on that order shipped quick. About a week later I wrote them asking about ship date, that's when I was told they couldn't process my order, 'cause I had not completed order. About 20 min later I was going to cancel this item. Low and behold a "shipped" listing on the order. And my CC charged.