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Scie emporte-pièce 3/4 po

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Scie emporte-pièce 3/4 po

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Scie emporte-pièce. 3/4 poé Pour faire des trous dans le fibraglo-ciment, les tuiles, les pierres et les matériaux abrasifs. Longue durée de vie. Coupe rapide et facile, ne requiert pas de mandrin. Garantie de 90 jours contre les défauts de fabrication.

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Scie emporte-pièce 3/4 po est évalué 4.8 de 5 de 16.
Rated 5 de 5 de par Best I Have Ever Used For Glass My wife uses glass wall blocks for craft projects and she requires a hole be drilled in the edge of the block. I have used Kobalt 1/2" spade-shaped drill bits and I get about a half dozen holes from each bit before it becomes noticeably dull. Have used this 3/4" hole saw for at least twenty holes in 1/4" thick glass and it still works fine. You get a clean hole and a plug of glass instead of chips and dust. I drill the blocks in the kitchen sink under a trickle of cold water. It would be nice if the saw came with a pilot drill; however, just starting the saw at a 45 degree angle to cut a pilot slot works fine. This saw costs a little more than bits I have used in the past, but it's definitely worth it!
Date de publication: 2011-12-21
Rated 5 de 5 de par Cut Holes For Grab Bars In Shower Tile Wall After looking around on-line, I knew that I needed a diamond tipped bit to do this job. I went to Lowes and found the Lenox bit and decided to try it out. The Associate reminded me that slow rpm and frequent water cooling were the keys to long life of the bit. I cut four holes in ceramic tile, two of them near the edge of the tile, in about 20 minutes, without any cracks. The cuts had very smooth edges. Maybe I was being conservative, but I only went 30-45 seconds between stopping and cooling the bit with a spray bottle. I have to say this was the most expensive drill bit I have ever purchased but the project was a textbook example and went perfect.
Date de publication: 2013-01-05
Rated 5 de 5 de par Worked very well OK I had tried first a carbide tipped drill, I guess my tile is porcelain, it took me two hours to drill two holes, I had 8 to do. When I started the third one, I guess the bit was already too dull, it really wouldn't do anymore. I then tried a special drill bit manufactured by the firm that makes the fasteners I had bought, WingIt. It was spear shaped. After 20 minutes it had drilled(scratched)a hole 1/8 deep, I am sure it would work fine for plain non-porcelain tile. I decided after research on the internet to try this. Wow I just drilled five holes in about a hour, this includes installing the grab bars in my tub. Each hole took perhaps 2 minutes. Before using I would suggest watching a video on Youtube in using this hole saw, if you start the hole at a 45 degree angle, you will not have issues with it jumping around like another person mentioned in his review.
Date de publication: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par Just what I needed. I had tiled my entire bathroom floor when I began to wonder how I would reattach my water lines...through the floor. I tried some concrete bits and one of those spade bits for drilling through tile and after about 30 minutes of drilling, I had one hole that wasn't big enough for my pipes. I used this hole saw and had two holes through the tile within 2 minutes. Like the first reviewer said, it definitely needs to be started at an angle but makes a fine hole quickly. I used a sponge and squeezed water out on the hole while drilling, then used the same sponge to soak up the water.
Date de publication: 2012-05-01
Rated 5 de 5 de par ceramic hole saw was struggling putting drain holes in my wife's flower pots.went to lowe's and bought a lenox diamond hole saw.what a difference.in no time at all the pots had their drain holes.I highly recommend this item. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2019-03-12
Rated 5 de 5 de par Lenox is worth the money I have used Lenox bits and have had no problem. I use this 3/4” to put holes in bottles for Christmas lights to be stuffed into. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2018-12-23
Rated 5 de 5 de par Good hole saw I used the hole saw to drill holes in ceramic pots. It cut through 5 pots with ease, and I will be able to use it again. The holes were smooth and no chips. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2019-06-30
Rated 5 de 5 de par A beast bit Performed as expected, made a beautiful smooth hole through the counter. Minimal heat. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2018-11-26
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