Diamond Drill Bits
This page was last updated: October 5, 2010
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DIAMOND CORE DRILLS

D02-X1621/4"For Wireway Hole
D02-X1607/16"Hole To Slip 1/8 IPS
D02-X1619/16"Hole To Slip 1/4 I PS

The average life of this drill is 22-29 holes. When used
properly it can drill more than 50 holes. In other cases,
from the same master carton, it has drilled only 5-10
holes . Unfortunately due to the varying skills of drill operators, the life of this product cannot be guaranteed
and the manufacturer will not accept returns.

DIAMOND CORE DRILL
Bit Instructions
Helpful hints for beginners:

Assuming you are drilling a vase: Normally you would
place the base on the stand and lower the drill to the
vase. However, sometimes the hole can be hard to start
on the surface of the vase. For this reason we suggest
the following: Start the drill: Take the vase in both hands and raise it to the diamond drill. Using a light pressure, hold this position until you have scratched the surface. After this is done you may lower the vase and continue to drill as you normally would using plenty of water.

(Note: This procedure requires practice and skill. You
should experiment on glass that has no value).


Rands Creative Creations
Harold Rand Enterprises
3729 Freeman Rd
Jacksonville FL 32207
904 398 7925
800 255 8052
cs@hrelampparts.com
Diamond hole saw set
1/2" and 1" hole diameter, 1/4" shank

H05-32400-8VGA
Drill bit diamond
5 PC. set, 1/16'', 1/8'', 3/16'', and 1/4''
Drill carbide, abrasive material, glass, marble, masonry, rocks, and concrete

H05-32375-1VGA
Drill bit diamond
5 PC. set, numbered sizes: 36(.1065''), 50(.0700''), 54(.0550''), 56(.0465''), and 60(.0400'')
Drill carbide, abrasive material, glass, marble, masonry, rocks, and concrete

H05-32375-1VGA
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