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Bosch

Model GT100

Internet #202242747

Store SKU #910746

1/8 in. Glass and Tile Bit

$6.97 /each

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Glass and tile applications have never been easier. Nobody but Bosch is offering the innovation found in our product design. Our product features an unique product geometry with a precision tip, high quality carbide and reinforced head that results in best-in-class speed and life when cutting in glass and tile.

  • Precision tip - solves bit wander and bit walking
  • High quality carbide with a reinforced head that prevents bit cracking and provides a longer life
  • 3-flat shank to prevent slippage
  • Bosch branded, innovative geometry allows bits to drill faster
  • Reversible for convenient adjustment of screws while chucked

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Can this drill bit be used to drill through porcelin tile?

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November 13, 2015
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yes, turn your screw gun on low speed, you can put a piece of masking tape over the place you are going to drill and drill through it. this will help you bit not slide around on the tile when you start. i would get a cup of water and drill a little way though dip the bit in the water to cool it down. drill a bit more, dip it again. it will help the life of the bit.
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February 11, 2014
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Thank you for your question. The GT100 bit is designed for drilling into glass ceramic tile. For Porcelain tile we would recommend using a Diamond hole saw.
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Can I use this bit with a dremel

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August 9, 2013
Bosch 1/8 in. glass and tile bit. I need a diamond drill bit for a dremel. I need it to drill a 1/8th inch hole. Will this bit work in my dremel?
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depends on what dremel you have. you need a chuck. i don't know if the dremel you have has a chuck. personally i would not use this in a dremel, this bit doesn't work super good if you are at high rpm. if you don't have a drill here is a cheap option that you can get if you don't use it all the time.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-5-5-Amp-3-8-in-Variable-Speed-Drill-D43K/205216326
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depends on what dremel you have. you need a chuck. i don't know if the dremel you have has a chuck. personally i would not use this in a dremel, this bit doesn't work super good if you are at high rpm. if you don't have a drill here is a cheap option that you can get if you don't use it all the time.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-5-5-Amp-3-8-in-Variable-Speed-Drill-D43K/205216326
drill is a very useful tool to have. you don't need anything fancy just something that gets the job done. Read Less
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Thank you for your question. If your tool accepts 3/8" straight shank bits then it would work.
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Best bit to use on travertine tile?? I've heard carbide mason,dimond,etc...

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Thanks for your question. We would recommend our diamond hole saws. They are designed for drilling into Travertine, Marble, Slate, Granite, Limestone, Porcelain and Ceramic Tile.
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I am a jewelry maker and trying to drill through small crystals.

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I am using a table drill press. Multi-speed.
I have tried a diamond bit (1/16) but it has too much give trying to cut through at a vertical angle. Would this piece work?
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Thank you for your question. The best bit to use would be a diamond bit. We have not tested our glass and tile bits for drilling into crystals. They are designed for drilling into glass and tile.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good drill bit The bit easily drills through the glazed pots I needed to make holes in April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Specialty Drill for glazed ceramic sculptures and pottery This drill bit works great for drilling through glazed ceramic pieces. I use it on ceramic sculptures and pottery when either a hole needs to be added to finished piece or glaze has settled in and sealed an existing hole. It works best in a variable speed "Dremel-like" tool. Unfortunately, the life of the drill bit is limited. It would receive a higher rating if it cost less - perhaps by packaging and selling it as a "5 pack". I've had to replace it several times to keep it in my tool box. January 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by they work till they break I had 2 toilet flanges to install on top of the tile. 12 holes to drill. after reading reviews i bought 3 bits and thought i could return them if i didn't use them all but wanted to make sure i could finish the job. first bit drilled 3 1/2 holes before the tip broke off halfway down. used the 2nd bit to finish the first flange. i gave up on the hole that had the broken tip in in so i got 5 of the 6 screws in the flange. second flange i used the 2nd bit. it got through 5 1/2 holes before breaking. good thing i bought 3. again only got 5 of the 6 screws in the flange. tip: keep the drill bit cool. cut half a hole and let the bit cool down especially with this small bit size. it works good, just will break off if you just keep drilling and drilling. problem is they work better then anything else i found for ceramic tile. November 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good drill bit Was a perfect drill but for making necklaces out of pebbles. My son collected bunch of cool pebbles on lake Michigan and wanted to drill a hole to make a pendant. Worked out perfectly. I used some water to keep the drill cool. Not sure if that was necessary. Some of the pebbles broke so we super glued them back together. October 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by it works! I am no expert. :) We needed a drill bit to make just one hole in a piece of glass. I worked. October 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Priced right I had to drill 4 screw holes in a back splash that was 27years old . any thing goes wrong and it trouble. This bit went through like it was soft butter . Good bit. September 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy for glass Can't imagine how they can represent this as a glass drill. It doesn't BEGIN to work on glass. July 9, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Descriptive information wrong Much of the descriptive information here appears to be wrong. In one place it is 1.8 inches wide(!) and in another it has a drill depth of 3 inches. The shaft is 1/8 but minimum chuck size is shown as 3/8. The bit shown has a round shaft but the text mentions a 3-faced non-slip shaft. All of this leaves me uncertain whether I can use this with my 1/8" rotary Dremel. June 6, 2013
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