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Cutting holes in glass


thomas_kieran
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Bought mine from Home Depot. With the retracting guide total cost $40.   I've cut two holes and the bit looks basically new! I think it's a Milwaukee brand diamond plus.

 

water is a must, and whenever possible cut from the inside of the tank. that way if you press too hard or tilt the bit too much the chips will be on the outside and not interfere with the O ring seal.

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12 minutes ago, Parzifal said:

water is a must, and whenever possible cut from the inside of the tank. that way if you press too hard or tilt the bit too much the chips will be on the outside and not interfere with the O ring seal.

Excellent incite! , that could help a lot of people that have never done this before. Do it right the first time rather than learning your lesson and wishing you had :)

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