QEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivery System

QEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivery System

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QEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivery System

QEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivery System:our focus is to provide you with the ultimate experience through exceptional service. This was the first time I had done anything like this and was a bit intimidated by the prospect of cutting hole in 1.5" of pristine granite countertop, which was not my own. But there was little reason to be I found out.THE GOOD:It took less than 10 minutes since I took it easy and checked the hole often. Probably will be half that the next time around.All I had to do was keep the drill vertical and make sure it wasn't going off at an angle which the guides helped with initially.It did almost all the work, I put only a little bit of pressure. The weight of the drill and whatever pressure the weight of my hands and arms coming in at a 15 degree angle from horizontal. Which really was not much. It is an abrasive cutter so it just wears away the material that it is rubbing against.Clean cut all the way through except for a 1mm thick piece at the end on about 1/8 of the circle that was about a couple of mm beyond the hole . But not a big deal at all. The core fell right out.Couldn't have been easier.THE BAD:The adhesive was not great and kept coming away from the counter top. I had cleaned the countertop with alcohol and made sure the surface was even. But it was polished, might have been difficult to stick to. It did seem like it stuck pretty well at the beginning, but the water mixed with granite grit seemed to infiltrate the area in about 30 seconds. Between that and the vibration of the drill I had water leaking out the sides fairly soon. No problem, I had another person lightly hold it down and that took care of it.OVERALL:I would say this is an easy project if you take your time and are careful to keep the drill vertical/straight down. Also, flush out the water once it starts getting opaque, seemed to work better with clean water but maybe that was just my perception.Keep the drill at a low RPM, try it and see what you find works. In my case I put my electric hammer drill in the drill setting (no hammering!), low speed and I had the trigger about 20% in. Tool low and I kept feeling the drill wobble. To fast and it seemed like it was just spinning without doing anything useful. For me it was just fast enough that I could barely feel or hear it wobble. YMMV. Part of the reason for the wobble might have been that my hole was not perfectly straight and as the hole progressed I hole saw was touching the cut surfaces a little bit.Can't complain, it worked out really well. Good luck with your projects!max 89% off,denver mall,cheap super special priceQEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivery System
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Product description

Use the QEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw Kit to drill holes when installing bathroom fixtures on various tile surfaces. In addition to the hole saw, the kit contains adhesive pads, a water cooling system and drill guide. This hole saw must be used with the water system to keep it from overheating and must be used with a cordless drill.


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QEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivery System

QEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivery System:our focus is to provide you with the ultimate experience through exceptional service. This was the first time I had done anything like this and was a bit intimidated by the prospect of cutting hole in 1.5" of pristine granite countertop, which was not my own. But there was little reason to be I found out.THE GOOD:It took less than 10 minutes since I took it easy and checked the hole often. Probably will be half that the next time around.All I had to do was keep the drill vertical and make sure it wasn't going off at an angle which the guides helped with initially.It did almost all the work, I put only a little bit of pressure. The weight of the drill and whatever pressure the weight of my hands and arms coming in at a 15 degree angle from horizontal. Which really was not much. It is an abrasive cutter so it just wears away the material that it is rubbing against.Clean cut all the way through except for a 1mm thick piece at the end on about 1/8 of the circle that was about a couple of mm beyond the hole . But not a big deal at all. The core fell right out.Couldn't have been easier.THE BAD:The adhesive was not great and kept coming away from the counter top. I had cleaned the countertop with alcohol and made sure the surface was even. But it was polished, might have been difficult to stick to. It did seem like it stuck pretty well at the beginning, but the water mixed with granite grit seemed to infiltrate the area in about 30 seconds. Between that and the vibration of the drill I had water leaking out the sides fairly soon. No problem, I had another person lightly hold it down and that took care of it.OVERALL:I would say this is an easy project if you take your time and are careful to keep the drill vertical/straight down. Also, flush out the water once it starts getting opaque, seemed to work better with clean water but maybe that was just my perception.Keep the drill at a low RPM, try it and see what you find works. In my case I put my electric hammer drill in the drill setting (no hammering!), low speed and I had the trigger about 20% in. Tool low and I kept feeling the drill wobble. To fast and it seemed like it was just spinning without doing anything useful. For me it was just fast enough that I could barely feel or hear it wobble. YMMV. Part of the reason for the wobble might have been that my hole was not perfectly straight and as the hole progressed I hole saw was touching the cut surfaces a little bit.Can't complain, it worked out really well. Good luck with your projects!max 89% off,denver mall,cheap super special priceQEP 1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivery System