An angular U-slot design creates a perfect chip removal capability, combined with a general sand blasting process. Edges are not broken, tremors are not present, small incisions have been repaired, and chip removal is easy.
pieces with 4 different sizes 2 x 6mm (1/4"), 1 x 8mm (5/16"), 1 x 10mm (3/8"), 1 x 12mm(1/2").
bits can easily penetrate a variety of materials including glass, ceramic, brick, light concrete, wood, plastic, cement, marble, wall, mirror, block, stone, porcelain floor, granite, cinderblock, window, or travertine.
Questions & Answers
What will happen to it if it goes into stainless steel?
The above are not recommended for metals only concrete &amp masonry can be used with them Building with bricks
Is it possible to drill these through a metal hvac vent with a black and decker 20 volt lithium-ion ?
If you don't have any problems, you should be fine
Selected User Reviews For QLOUNI 5 Pcs Set Multi-Material Drill Bit Set 6/6/8/10/12mm for Tile,Concrete, Brick, Glass, Plastic and Wood Tungsten Carbide Tip
I advise you not to buy this product
A Dewalt 3/8" cordless drill was used to drill at 1/2 speed and 1/2 to 3/4 speed after center punching the tile to keep the bit from walking. a mild pressure and kept a squirt bottle of water spraying the bit and tile the whole time to keep the bit from becoming too hot, but it never went above There are only two bits in this collection, and they're not worth the eleven dollars for them all. The bits I received here are not suitable for anyone.
| Nov 10, 2020
Good enough for the job
Some bricks were unable to access the other bits because they used the bits on them. In addition to drilling holes on ceramic tile, I also used them to drill holes in brick to hang ring cameras. I used 3 bits on the brick to drill the holes, but it was fine. As a result, I used the drill bit to drill through little more than a quarter inch of ceramic tile. For the value, as I only needed it for limited use, it was a great purchase.
| Oct 31, 2020
These drilling bits offer excellent value at an affordable price
Drilled holes in ceramic pots and was looking for a drill bit. It is the same price as one drill bit on this site, a brand name one that appears to bend or break after one or two uses (according to reviews).
I consider this to be an average product for the price
The glass on my shower doors is installed by me. In the bathroom, I like to use bits like these to drill holes in tiles and truth be told, they don't last very long. However, for the price they are also not too bad, and I will certainly continue to use them. The two of them I usually use for every job I do, doing an average of 11 to 12 holes per installation, and they work for me.
| Dec 22, 2020
It is not worth the effort
| Aug 09, 2020
It doesn't matter if you don't.
| Jun 08, 2021
This is a phrase I use frequently
I like how easy they work and how reasonable they are in price.
| Nov 29, 2020
Using carbide mountings is a bad idea
You are better off than I am if you complete one hole until tip failure occurs. A total of five bits were required for four holes.
| Jul 01, 2021