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SE DH10HS 10-Piece Stone Diamond Hole Saws in Wooden Box
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- 10 Stone diamond hole saws
- Hole saw sizes: 1/4", 3/8", 1", 1-1/4", 1-3/8", 1-1/2", 1-3/4", 2", 2-3/8", 2-3/4"
- Shank sizes: 1/4" and 3/8"
- Diamond-coated tips, grit 80
- Comes in a wooden storage case
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SE is proud to present our 10-Piece Stone Diamond Hole Saw Set, Grit 80 with Wooden Case. Useful for cutting holes in tile, glass, marbles, gemstones, slate, etc. and for construction, home improvement, hobby and craft work.
Features of our product include:
- 10 Stone diamond hole saws
- Hole saw sizes: ¼”, ⅜”, 1”, 1-¼”, 1-⅜”, 1-½”, 1-¾”, 2”, 2-⅜”, 2-¾”
- Shank sizes: ¼” & ⅜”
- Diamond-coated tips
- Grit: 80
- Compatible with a vertical drill press
For long-lasting use please use a lubricant, such as water, when using all diamond-coated tools.
SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness this 10-Piece Stone Diamond Hole Saw Set, Grit 80 with Wooden Storage Case has to offer.
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If you are trying to use these with a regular hand drill, it isn't easy. Unlike wood hole saws, there is no pilot bit to stabilize and center your hole. Since there is no pilot bit, there is nothing to hold the saw against slippery marble or ceramic tile. If you just try to go at it, the saw will walk right across the front of your work and ruin it with huge scratches. To avoid this, you have to VERY CAREFULLY AND SLOWLY seat the saw edge into the hole by running the drill super-slowly. It is hard to tell when you reach the point where you can turn up the drill and just power through.
Definitely practice on some scrap pieces before you try doing this with actual work you want to keep. You can get the hang of it eventually, but it takes a little time to master the technique reliably.
Once seated, they cut through even thick stone with no issues and they don't seem to overheat quickly. They seem reasonably durable, and with light use they should last quite a while.
As another reviewer wrote, the hole saws do not come w/centering bits (some of the bits are too small for centering bits anyway). This is easily overcome (as the same reviewer wrote) by making a template out of plywood (Use a wood bit to pre drill a hole of equal size in the plywood). I used two sided tape to stick the plywood to the granite and a sponge to keep the bit wet and soak up the slop.
I don't think the bits will last forever cutting granite (for the price I would have never expected them to) and they bottom out at about 1-3/8", but it is certainly nice to have a pretty varied assortment of bits that you can trust to make accurate holes in stone or tile.