Model # XB-FTC1

Internet #202707615

Rotozip 1/4 in. Floor Tile and Countertop Rotary Tool X-Bit to Drill Through Wall and Floor Tiles
0720361006588

Rotozip

1/4 in. Floor Tile and Countertop Rotary Tool X-Bit to Drill Through Wall and Floor Tiles

  • Great for 1-1/4 in. countertop rasping applications
  • Laden with 3.5-carat diamond grit for extra cutting power
  • Makes over 45 plunges in porcelain tile
$1697 /each
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Product Overview

  • Great for 1-1/4 in. countertop rasping applications
  • Laden with 3.5-carat diamond grit for extra cutting power
  • Makes over 45 plunges in porcelain tile
Featuring 3.5 carats of diamond grit, this 1/4 in. Floor Tile and Countertop X-Bit from RotoZip is designed to bore through floor and wall tiles to facilitate plumbing and electrical connections. Perform curved cutouts and detailed or intricate patterns with this heavy-duty diamond bit that’s engineered to make several dozen plunges through porcelain tile.
  • 1/4 in. diameter for intricate and detailed cutting
  • Allows users to make rounded and curved cutouts in floor and countertop tiles
  • RotoZip accessory may be used in any power drill with a 1/4 in. minimum chuck size
  • Note: product may vary by store

Product Overview

  • Great for 1-1/4 in. countertop rasping applications
  • Laden with 3.5-carat diamond grit for extra cutting power
  • Makes over 45 plunges in porcelain tile
Model #: XB-FTC1
Internet #: 202707615

Featuring 3.5 carats of diamond grit, this 1/4 in. Floor Tile and Countertop X-Bit from RotoZip is designed to bore through floor and wall tiles to facilitate plumbing and electrical connections. Perform curved cutouts and detailed or intricate patterns with this heavy-duty diamond bit that’s engineered to make several dozen plunges through porcelain tile.

  • 1/4 in. diameter for intricate and detailed cutting
  • Allows users to make rounded and curved cutouts in floor and countertop tiles
  • RotoZip accessory may be used in any power drill with a 1/4 in. minimum chuck size
  • Note: product may vary by store

Specifications

Details

Application Type
Cutting
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Specifications

Details

Application Type
Cutting
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

will this cut holes in glass?

will this cut holes in glass?
Asked by: lb
No this bit will not work to cut holes in glass.
Answered by: TeamDremel
Date published: 2017-01-03
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Customer Reviews

1/4 in. Floor Tile and Countertop Rotary Tool X-Bit to Drill Through Wall and Floor Tiles is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I read all the reviews, tips, usages etc. all say it should go through 1/4 ceramic floor tile wi... I read all the reviews, tips, usages etc. all say it should go through 1/4 ceramic floor tile with ease. I was not even able to do the first plunge cut. I even watched the rotozip how to videos to make sure I was doing it right. When starting from the edges it barely cut, after over 5 minutes i was less than half an inch in. again followed exact directions so it would not overheat.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Useful! I have carved stone with this bit and despite its 1/4 in diameter, I was able to use for some details and glass drilling in bottles. I use it for multiple jewelry applications as well. Tip is a little worn but I think if I dress it with a grinding stone I will be able to prolong the life.
Date published: 2017-08-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This bit sucks! I bought it on 5/14/2017 to do a project for Mother's day. And it snapped with in... This bit sucks! I bought it on 5/14/2017 to do a project for Mother's day. And it snapped with in 2 seconds. I wasn't forcing the bit what so ever. I barely had it deep enough to cut. I wouldn't recommend these bits to no one. Good money down the drain.
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I tried to cut porcelain tile with this "plunge cutter"... I tried to cut porcelain tile with this "plunge cutter" . No good ! For cutting softer tiles ,I am sure it will work fine.
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It did exactly what I needed for it to do.... It did exactly what I needed for it to do. I used it to rout out a hole in a marble shower wall. I would recommend it.
Date published: 2017-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Got the job done I needed to trim a porcelain floor tile where the edge went under a floor transition strip - about 3in had to be cut off a corner. This did the job and it avoided me having to rent a special tool. However it took a looong time to make the cut with my Rotozip. For small jobs this bit will work. But floor tile is much to hard for this to be used on larger jobs.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Enlarge a hole in your granite counter I needed to widen the faucet hole in our Uba Tuba granite counter top to accommodate a single style faucet. The Faucet required a 1 3/16" hole but the counter was pre-drilled to an inch for our old three hole style faucet. Since I don't own a rotozip tool I used a regular corded drill and just eyeballed the entire operation until the hole was large enough. All I did was use the drill on its highest speed and repeatedly move the bit in circles around the inside of the hole, trying to keep it as plumb as possible throughout the entire operation (took me about 20-30 minutes). Make sure you stop every once and a while to avoid overheating the bit. I used a dry bit. Dust will fly, so if you've got another set of hands have them hold the vacuum near the location to minimize the particles. Overall it worked great and I have no complaints. I'm glad to save money doing it myself and there was little risk of damaging the granite top since there was really no impact, just more of a sanding of the inner hole. Oh yeah, do not WIPE the dust around on your counter!! Use a vacuum to suck up whatever lands so that you don't etch the shiny finished top!! (yeah I made this mistake near the hole, luckily its covered by the base plate)
Date published: 2016-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Porcelain Tile Cut Fine Received the bit for a present. Doing a bathroom remodel using 12x12 porcelain tile. If you have a little patience, this bit will do the job with NO problem (I used my Rotozip freehand). Final cut is not as 'clean', but will be hidden by toilet and pipe covers anyways. Once you get through the tile, go clockwise in an up-and-down motion with a little sideways pressure. I practiced on some porcelain tiles from the Habitat store. Tip: if you're cutting a semi-circle (see photo), start from the tile edge first, and come through about 1 or 2 inches on both sides, then slowly come through to the middle (by doing it this way, the tile edge will not break off). Saved me a ton of money (vs. buying or renting a wet-tile saw). I did not waste one single tile.
Date published: 2015-07-27
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