45mm, 1.75" Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit / Hole Saw for 1" Bulkheads

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45mm, 1.75" Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit / Hole Saw for 1" Bulkheads

Product code: 1730
TL-DGB-45

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  1. 45mm hole saw for 1"bulkheads Review by Scotty

    Works like a champ, i used some plumbers putty to build a water wall, then went slowly and presto! Take your time, and its easy. If you any questions about cutting glass do a search, this tool works great.. (Posted on 7/17/2011)

  2. Pleasantly Surprised Review by DorkFish

    Well, as a first time tank driller...It got the job done. I was actually surprised with how easy it cuts the glass. The finished edge wasn't pretty but that could be due to operator error. I drilled three 10 gallon tanks: First tank was drilled slow. Took a little while but got it cut. 2nd tank: Slow half way through then changed to fast. It got it cut. 3rd tank: I think I got a little impatient used fast speed the entire time. Got all the way to the end and it cracked the tank. So I think the slower speed is the way to go. (with a little patients) (Posted on 9/26/2010)


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45mm, 1.75" Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit / Hole Saw for 1" Bulkheads 5 out of 1 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.
45mm hole saw for 1"bulkheads Review by Scotty
Works like a champ, i used some plumbers putty to build a water wall, then went slowly and presto! Take your time, and its easy. If you any questions about cutting glass do a search, this tool works great.. (Posted on 7/17/2011)
Pleasantly Surprised Review by DorkFish
Well, as a first time tank driller...It got the job done. I was actually surprised with how easy it cuts the glass. The finished edge wasn't pretty but that could be due to operator error. I drilled three 10 gallon tanks: First tank was drilled slow. Took a little while but got it cut. 2nd tank: Slow half way through then changed to fast. It got it cut. 3rd tank: I think I got a little impatient used fast speed the entire time. Got all the way to the end and it cracked the tank. So I think the slower speed is the way to go. (with a little patients) (Posted on 9/26/2010)
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