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Re: [Killietalk] [Fwd: Glass Drilling]
I use the bits from this place
http://www.artglass1.com/diamond-tools-drills.htm but noticed some on
ebay that were very cheap. I drill them by hand using a cordless
drill. It is easy to do. Remember you really don't use any force on
the drill. Also it is the heat that cracks tanks.
--- Barry Cooper <bjc3 at centurytel_net> wrote:
> Dr. Cooper,
> Could you please post this to killitalk for me as all of my emails
> rejected by killitalk because of security settings that our Corporate
> system places on our outbound email messages.
> mike stoecker
> A few questions for those of you who have drilled glass aquariums:
> 1. Which do you find works better, brass tube [core] drills or
> diamond tube
> [core] drills?
> 2. What are the relative advantages of each type of drill [brass vs.
> diamond] for drilling aquariums?
> 3. Did you find that the drilling machines made specifically to
> drill glass
> were worth the cost?
> 4. In the world of glass drilling machines there a basically two
> types of
> lower cost drills, fixed base and swivel base. Have any of you used
> swivel based units and if so what was your experience with it?
> 5. Besides JEHMCO, [of which I am aware] can you recommend a source
> sources for glass drilling machines?
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