7 inch diamond hole saw
DRILAX 7 inch diamond hole saw
- HIGH QUALITY, DURABLE 7 inch diamond hole saw Tool 7 inches Diameter, PROFESSIONAL Quality Tool for Drilling Holes in Tiles, Glass, Fish Tanks, Marble, Granite Ceramic, Porcelain
- 7-inch Special Size for Toilet Cut-outs
- STANDARD 3/8 inch Shank Use with a standard electric or cordless drill.
- RARE SIZE – ACTUAL hole diameter may be slightly larger than 7 inches depending on material removed.
- SAVE OVER 80 Percent for DIY Kitchen, Bathroom, Shower, Faucet Installation Projects
Use water as coolant to prolong the tool life, use a wood guide these tools do not need a center pilot drill. DRILAX Quality – We are here to help.
Drilax 7 inch diamond hole saw will help you create perfectly clean, fast, and dustless 7 inch Diameter Holes in various materials such as tiles, glass, granite, etc.
The shank is standard 3/8 inch, so that you use this 7 inch diamond hole saw with any Drill
We thank icontileanddesign for using our 7 inch diamond hole saw in their projects
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To locate the 7 inch diamond hole saw, we recommend using pieces of scrap wood clamped as shown below:
You can see the product reviews on Drilax 6 inch diamond hole saw here.
We have detailed instructions on how to use diamond hole saw here.
Here is how you could use water to keep the tool cool:
a- You can build a mini water dam around the hole with plumbers putty.
b- You can choose to spray water on the drill bit.
c- Or you can use running water to cool the drill bit.
EASY TO USE
Center pilot drill bits are for wood, metal, etc.; Here is how you can keep the drill bit on target:
a- You can make your own guide out of plywood – plastic or even cardboard. All you need is to keep the drill bit in place until it makes the initial marks.
b- You can start drilling at an angle, with the edge of the drill bit making a C slot and then getting the drill bit up to vertical.
c- You can manually guide the drill bit with a wet sponge.
Tiles; Glass; Fish Tanks; Marble; Granite; Ceramic, Porcelain; Bottles; Stones