Stone Diamond Burr Set
Stone Diamond Burr Set are perfect for drilling holes. Diamond is the hardest material and therefore, anything else can be cut or drilled with it. If you are cutting or drilling through very hard materials such as Sapphire then bear in mind you will need a lot of patience and perhaps more drill bits than you would if you were drilling a hole through glass or Opal. Diamond core drills are hollow.
As with all diamond drill bits you should use water as a lubricant and coolant. Being hollow allows the water to flow up inside and around the inner core of the drill as you’re drilling, helping to keep the drill bit cool and removing the debris.
Diamond core drills are available in sizes 1mm – 3mm and 3.5mm – 65mm and larger. They also come in a range with a 2.35mm shank. With the water swirling around the core as you drill this will help prolong the life of your drill bit and helps prevent any cracking or shattering of the material you’re drilling.
Stone Diamond Burr Set is versatile and can be adapted for use in construction trades wherever non-standard shaped cutouts are needed. This Bit is perfect for electrical receptacles, water-valve holes, drains, shower knobs, etc. The vacuum brazed technology is specifically designed to provide an extended life when used on Granite, Engineered and Natural Stone, Porcelain and Ceramic Tiles. It can be used wet or dry and fits on a high-speed trimmer tool.
Among the Stone Diamond Burr Set main features, we find:
- For detailed work on Marble and Soft Stones using Handheld Tools.
- Use wet or dry.
You can try a couple of things:
- Drill your next piece of material and this usually dislodges it.
- Use a wire brush to dislodge the stubborn core.
- Each core drill from sizes 3mm and upwards has a hole in the side of the drill bit, push a pin through the hole to try and dislodge the core.
Water is ideal to use as your lubricant when drilling. There are oil based lubricants out there but it’s not necessary to go to the expense of buying these, we’ve tried and tested many over the years and water is still the winner.