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Zine Coated Glass Drill Bits Set 1/8",3/16",1/4",5/16",3/8",1/2" with Hex Shank for Ceramic Tile Marble Mirror & Glass
Product description

Applications: Zine Coated Glass Drill Bits Set 1/8",3/16",1/4",5/16",3/8",1/2" with Hex Shank for Ceramic Tile Marble Mirror & Glass , Can't be used to drill hard tile.

High Quality: Made of special grade of long service life tungsten carbide tip with sharped cutting edges; drill bits are carbide tipped for long service life, avoids breakage and more resistant to extreme loads for longer tool life. Hardened steel design stands up to the toughest daily use.

Smooth Hole: Position drill by making slight dent with the tip before drilling. Small incision resistance. Feature drilling stably, opening neat, smooth, no broken edges, no tremor phenomenon, chip easily.

Safe operation: Drill at a low speed to avoid fracture. Use water lubrication will extend drill bit service life considerably.

Warm lubrication: Do not use with hammer drill, water lubrication must be used to follow these instructions will void warranty.

Product Specification

Package quantity: 6 Pcs, 1x (1/8"), 1x (3/16"), 1x (1/4"), 1x (5/16"), 1x (3/8"), 1x (1/2")

Material: High quality Zine Coated tungsten carbide tip

Package: Transparent plastic box

Used for: tile, concrete, brick, glass, plastic and wood, etc

Feature

High quality, durable, precise drilling in various materials at same time, convenient for use with long life time

User Instruction

1.Do not use impact mode of drills or hammers when use the Multi-Material Drill Bit.

2.The drilling speed of the Multi-Material Drill Bit should be slow, especially in the beginning of drilling.

3.Please try to keep the drill vertical and use WATER or COOLANT for lubrication when drilling.

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