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9mm

Diamond Core Drill

Elevate your drilling capabilities with our Electroplated Diamond Core Drill Bits, designed for professional and DIY use. The diamond coating on these drill bits provides superior cutting power and durability, allowing you to tackle a wide range of materials with ease.

Electroplated Diamond core Drill Bits for Glass, Ceramic, Porcelain, Tile & Stone are made by diamond coating one end of a metal base. Use these diamond core drill bits to make holes in a variety of hard to cut materials. Unlike conventional twist drills, diamond drills work by gently grinding (or sanding) the material you are cutting. This process takes time, you have to be patient. A core drill will cut more quickly than a solid drill since it is only cutting out a small circle of material. The larger size core drill bits will also give you a useable core, but the core from the smaller drill bits are usually destroyed during the cutting process. These tools work on all types of stone,glass,tile,composites,plastics,resins,porcelain,eggs,and much more. The smaller sizes can be used in a hand drill or rotary tool (like a Dremel or Foredom), but the larger sizes should be used in a drill press.

Order Code

Diameter

Order Code

Diameter

Order Code

Diameter

Order Code

Diameter

Order Code

Diameter

Order Code

Diameter

SCHB3

3mm

SCHB36

3.6

SCHB69

69mm

SCHB20

20mm

SCHB53

53mm

SCHB86

86mm

SCHB4

4mm

SCHB37

37mm

SCHB70

70mm

SCHB21

21mm

SCHB54

54mm

SCHB87

87mm

SCHB5

5mm

SCHB38

38mm

SCHB71

71mm

SCHB22

22mm

SCHB55

55mm

SCHB88

88mm

SCHB6

6mm

SCHB39

39mm

SCHB72

72mm

SCHB23

23mm

SCHB56

56mm

SCHB89

89mm

SCHB7

7mm

SCHB40

40mm

SCHB73

73mm

SCHB24

24mm

SCHB57

57mm

SCHB90

90mm

SCHB8

8mm

SCHB41

41mm

SCHB74

74mm

SCHB25

25mm

SCHB58

58mm

SCHB91

91mm

SCHB9

9mm

SCHB42

42mm

SCHB75

75mm

SCHB26

26mm

SCHB59

59mm

SCHB92

92mm

SCHB10

10mm

SCHB43

43mm

SCHB76

76mm

SCHB27

27mm

SCHB60

60mm

SCHB93

93mm

SCHB11

11mm

SCHB44

44mm

SCHB77

77mm

SCHB28

28mm

SCHB61

61mm

SCHB94

94mm

SCHB12

12mm

SCHB45

45mm

SCHB78

78mm

SCHB29

29mm

SCHB62

62mm

SCHB95

95mm

SCHB13

13mm

SCHB46

46mm

SCHB79

79mm

SCHB30

30mm

SCHB63

63mm

SCHB96

96mm

SCHB14

14mm

SCHB47

47mm

SCHB80

80mm

SCHB31

31mm

SCHB64

64mm

SCHB97

97mm

SCHB15

15mm

SCHB48

48mm

SCHB81

81mm

SCHB32

32mm

SCHB65

65mm

SCHB98

98mm

SCHB16

16mm

SCHB49

49mm

SCHB82

82mm

SCHB33

33mm

SCHB66

66mm

SCHB99

99mm

SCHB17

17mm

SCHB50

50mm

SCHB83

83mm

SCHB34

34mm

SCHB67

67mm

SCHB100

100mm

SCHB18

18mm

SCHB51

51mm

SCHB84

84mm

SCHB35

35mm

SCHB68

68mm

 

 

SCHB19

19mm

SCHB52

52mm

SCHB85

85mm

 

 

 

 

 

 


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FAQ

Q: What are the Advantages of Diamond Core Drills?
Clean and Precise Cuts: Diamond core drills utilize a hollow core bit with embedded diamond particles, enabling clean and accurate hole drilling. Versatility: They can drill through a wide range of hard materials, making them suitable for diverse applications. Variable Drill Diameters: Diamond core drills come with various sized core bits, allowing you to create holes of different diameters. Wet or Dry Drilling: Some models offer wet drilling capabilities for dust suppression and improved bit life, while others can be used for dry drilling in specific situations.
Q: What are some things to consider when using a Diamond Core Drill?
Choose the Right Bit: Select a core bit with the appropriate diameter and diamond concentration for the material you're drilling. Use Water When Possible: Wet drilling is recommended for most materials as it extends bit life, reduces dust, and cools the drill. Apply Proper Pressure: Don't force the drill; let the diamonds do the cutting. Excessive pressure can damage the bit or stall the motor. Use a Level (for angled drilling): Maintain a level position for accurate hole placement, especially when drilling at an angle. Safety First: Wear eye protection, gloves, and a dust mask when operating a diamond core drill.
Q: Where can I rent or buy a Diamond Core Drill?
Online Retailers: Provide a variety of options for purchasing diamond core drills at different price points. www.lapidarytool.com
Q: What are the Different Types of Diamond Core Drills?
Handheld Core Drills: These are portable and lightweight, ideal for overhead drilling or working in tight spaces. Rig-Mounted Core Drills: These are more powerful and stable, typically used for larger diameter holes or deep drilling applications.
Q: What are some applications of Diamond Core Drills?
Construction: Drilling holes for electrical conduit, plumbing lines, HVAC systems, and anchoring applications. Renovation: Creating openings for countertops, sinks, or installing electrical outlets. Landscaping: Planting trees, installing fence posts, or core sampling for soil testing. Demolition: Controlled demolition tasks or creating access holes for further work.
Q: Will a diamond bit drill concrete?
Concrete – Ideal for cutting through reinforced and non-reinforced concrete, diamond drilling puts stress on the concrete and creates cracks which enables the concrete to be broken away.
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