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lishylee

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Hi guys I was wondering whats the best drill bits to drill Through Porcelain tiles, this is to fit 6mm plugs for glass screen.
Im asking on behalf of My Brother in law thats apparently having trouble drilling through them

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Dave
 
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Re: Drilling Porcelain tiles

I use drills from 365drills.com, they will do the job no problem.

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Re: Drilling Porcelain tiles

I agree, they're prfect for that type of drilling.
 
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Thanks Guys i'll pass the word on :thumbsup:
 

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Hi guys I was wondering whats the best drill bits to drill Through Porcelain tiles, this is to fit 6mm plugs for glass screen.
Im asking on behalf of My Brother in law thats apparently having trouble drilling through them

thanks
Dave


i also use similar diamond cutters that 365 advertises but am in the process of ordering a rodia fb750w, (im a typical guy, i love new stuff.... i even talk myself into buying things cuz it is a better colour lol) here is a video clip on utube,* [DLMURL]http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Oj7QYp7nVAg[/DLMURL] * it is with all the cutting heads everything included... wait for it... just over £1800 lol, ok for a simple porcelain tile it isnt any good but in the long run for a professional tiler it is a good thing i think (damn i like new tools SO much)
 
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£1800 !

I will have two.....

Yes ours does exactly the same job (in fact that video might as well be showing our all-in-one solution) but at £49.99 I think we might have a slight price advantage.

Our advantages over this and other expensive rigs are issues of theft - which does happen. Power supply, water jets & feeds, weight of equipment, set up times and also their size ranges are very limited.

We provide every size from 6mm to 125mm. - 37SKUs.

If you ever need a specific size (say for a spotlight) come back to us!

Our sizes: 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm, 16mm, 18mm 20mm, 22mm, 25mm, 28mm, 30mm, 32mm, 35mm, 38mm, 40mm, 42mm, 45mm, 48mm, 50mm, 53mm, 55mm, 60mm, 65mm, 70mm, 75mm, 80mm, 85mm, 90mm, 95mm, 100mm, 105mm, 110mm, 115mm, 120mm, 125mm.



My Jerry Springer final thought is: There are drilling solutions via expensive rigs and value-for-money kits. There is room in the market for both.

Good post!



 
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Found this when I looked at Jocky's youtube link :rofl:

How not to drill a hole:
[DLMURL]http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=8c6p9CG8Lis&NR=1[/DLMURL]
 
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Found this when I looked at Jocky's youtube link :rofl:

How not to drill a hole:
[DLMURL]http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=8c6p9CG8Lis&NR=1[/DLMURL]
LMAO.:lol:
 
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Found this when I looked at Jocky's youtube link :rofl:

How not to drill a hole:
[DLMURL]http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=8c6p9CG8Lis&NR=1[/DLMURL]



oh swe there are better ones than that, i sit there for hours when im bored and watch them, needless to say i have left a few mean comments cuz i cant believe people would post crap like this so other diy'ers will feel confident..... there was one with a aussie (nothing against aussies) using a angle grinder to make a simple straight wet cut. so if you come across my name in the utube dont be shocked with what you read lol
 
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lmfao i just found it.... check this guy out, he could have done a better job with a pair of sharp false teeth, rough is a understatement ..... what the is he using as adhesive??? any ideas

[DLMURL]http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Ebh_ZYYcTRM[/DLMURL]
 
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lmao,using an angle grinder for a tiny L shape cut......that adhesive is well,put it this way he would need a few tins of that. TO DO THAT JOB:lol: ..lol
 

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Our latest 30 second clip

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Diamond drilling of tiles as shown on YouTube. Purpose of this vid is to show to use a wet sponge under the drill to catch the dust and cool the diamond crown.
 

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Latest videos from 365Drills on HOW to cut porcelain tiles, granite worktops, glass, slate etc:
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Also more detail about the bathroom fitters kit - PORSADRILL from 365 Drills and cutting VERY hard porcelain tiles.

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Latest news from 365Drills - We are now installing (rolling out) the full system to retail outlets.

IF YOU ARE A RETAIL OUTLET - OUR YOUR LOCAL TILE OR PLUMB SHOP MIGHT CONSIDER IT.

THEN LET US KNOW THEIR DETAILS.




We are driving all over the country to install panels into branches

 
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