Model # 49-56-0505

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Milwaukee 1/4 in. Diamond Plus Mini Hole Saw
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Milwaukee

1/4 in. Diamond Plus Mini Hole Saw

  • Use on hard tile, stone like porcelain and granite
  • Heat resistant
  • Up to 10X longer life
$18.97 /each

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Choose the Milwaukee 49-56-0505 1/4 in. diamond plus hole saw for up to 10x longer life when cutting tile, stone and glass. Diamond plus hole saws deliver best-in-class performance, with higher grade diamonds for maximum heat and fracture resistance. An improved braze provides superior diamond retention when cutting hard, abrasive materials. The one-piece hole saw has a 1/4 in. quick change hex shank and features a large slug ejection slot. Designed as the single cutting solution for all tile, stone, and glass applications, diamond plus offers the lowest cost-per-hole on the market.

  • Diamond plus: greater durability and toughness delivers up to 10x longer life
  • Higher grade diamonds and improved braze: provide best-in-class performance
  • Large slug ejection slot: offers easy plug removal
  • Versatile: ideal for cutting anchoring and clearance holes in all tile, stone and glass

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how long is the hole thing tip to tip.

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August 30, 2016
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There is room to drill out a 1/4" core 2" inches thick.
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approximately 30 nanometers, +/- 2mm
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2 9/16 inches
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October 30, 2015
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I don't have it in front of me right now, but about three inches, give or take half an inch. Don't forget that your drill is going to have some of that burried in the chuck!
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Maybe 3". Not on me right now but I'm working from memory.
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June 30, 2015
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The total overall length is 2-9/16” when out of packaging.
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Could this be used on wood, to bore out a broken screw?

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I've got a broken hinge screw in a kitchen cabinet. Would this work to cut around it? How would I then get it out...?
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No. This is to drill a hole in glass or tile only.
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No, it is to put a hole in tile or glass.
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Can I use this to drill into quartz bathroom countertops? (i.e. undermount anchor brackets)

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Yes it will take out 1/4" of material leaving a hole that size.
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May 3, 2016
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Yes. This this bit will be able to make the cut.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I thought this was for Porcelan Tile? I ended up breaking the tile and had to pay the Tile Man to come back and put in another tile for $75 I started at an angle as directions said and also applied water. Did not have a good expierence with this. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Drill Bit I used this bit to drill 8 holes into bathroom porcelain tile in orderto mount new kohler fixtures. I followed directions and started at 45 degree angle and then go to 90 degrees once you have a small opening. It was hard but the bit did its job and drove through fairly quickly. I only gave 4 stars, because I am not sure how many more holes it will be able to drive. September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your money This bit costs 3X more than a cheaper bit but even using coolant it drilled only two holes in tile. A cheap bit drills two holes also. Don't believe the package that says 10times stronger, it's not. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome! Needed to install a shower door over porcelain tile. The tile wasn't the highest quality. It was brittle and would crack easily. So needless to say , I was nervous about drilling holes in the tile for the shower door hinges. Bought this mini hole saw and was very skeptical. But, to my surprise, it worked very well. Drilled 8 holes without a problem. I was very happy with it. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by glass cutting I used the tool to cut glass and just had to take it slow with a little water. Worked great. March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent hole cutter Drills through ceramic tile over cement backer board beautifully. I drilled a dozen holes for shower accessories easily. This cost more than the QEP or other bits, but I trust Milwaukee. My only gripe is that you have to stop and clean the center hole often. Dipping it frequently in water keeps the bit cooler but seems to make it clog up. So, keep a finishing nail handy to clean it. January 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 1/4 inch diamond bit cut a total of 6 holes in a ceramic tile to mount a toilet flange used spray bottle to keep bit wet first 5 holes went well perfect 1/4 inch holes with some little chips on edges of holes by the 6 hole I could tell the bit was not cutting as well , was able to do the job but if you have more than 6 holes you better buy 2 January 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works well on porcelain tile! Unlike half of my tool box, this is NOT a bit that I just picked up because I thought I might need it one day. Instead, I burned out a few standard bits, then I dulled some carbide bits. Finally, I got online and did my research! If you want to bore through porcelain tile or glass, get one of these Milwaukee bits! Take your time, and have a plan. I was adding a shower curtain rod, and I could luckily hide the gash I made for the first hole while I was learning. Second hole went so much better. Painters tape kept the bit from walking, and I started with the bit at a steep angle. Light pressure, and only increase the angle as the bit bites the tile. When the bit starts spitting out mud, I flushed it with a couple of sprays of water. In just a few minutes I had a perfect hole ready for a wall anchor! October 30, 2015
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