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1-3/8 in. Diamond Plus Hole Saw

  • Heat resistant
  • Up to 10X longer life
  • Use on hard tile, stone like porcelain and granite
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Product Overview

The MILWAUKEE 1-3/8" Diamond MAX Hole Saw delivers users up to 10X longer life when cutting tile, stone, and glass. Diamond MAX Hole Saws offer best-in-class performance, with higher grade diamonds for maximum heat and fracture resistance. An improved continuous brazed edge provides clean, superior joint strength, and better diamond retention when cutting hard, abrasive materials. The One-Piece Hole Saw has a 1/4" 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 MAX offers users the lowest cost-per-hole on the market.
  • Diamond Max: 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
  • Use with 49-56-7135 Arbor
  • Includes (1) 1-3/8" Diamond MAX Hole Saw
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Specifications

Dimensions

Bit Diameter
1-3/8 in
Bit Length (in.)
1.625
Drilling Depth (in)
1.8
Hole Saw Diameter (in)
1-3/8"
Shank Diameter
7/16 in

Details

Arbor included
No
Arbor Size
3/8
Bit Material
Other
Drill Bit Type
Hole Saw
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Hole Saw
Individual/Set
Individual
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Min Chuck Size Required
1/2 In.
Pilot Bit Included
No
Returnable
90-Day
Shank Style
Hex
Teeth Per Inch
4
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

82Questions22Answers

can this be used to drill into a glass table top?

Asked by EvilJ June 7, 2021
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Answer

Hello! Our 2 in. Diamond Plus Hole Saw (49-56-5645) can be used in glass as well as porcelain, granite, stone and tile.

Which arbor to buy for 1 1/8 diamond hole saw?? I tried using it with the retractable starter bit...

Asked by Sal June 2, 2021
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Answer

Hello Sal! Our Retractable Starter Bit with Large Arbor For Diamond Plus Hole Saws (49-56-7135) will be the recommended arbor for the 1 1/8 diamond hole saw.

Can this be used on a DeWalt drill?

Asked by Tam February 5, 2021
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Answers

yes, any high speed drill.

What RPM should be used with the 1-1/2 in. diamond plus hole saw in a drill press ?

Asked by Jerry January 30, 2021
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Answer

It depends on hat you're drilling. I've used it on a grinder at high speed for drilling granite, and it works very well. Most stuff would be slower. But it all depends on what you're drilling.

can I use this on stone countertops?

Asked by Lordwar January 13, 2021
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Answers

yes as long as you are using s high speed drill

can this cut quartz countertops?

Asked by David December 22, 2020
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Answers

Hi David! Our 1-3/8 in. Diamond Plus Hole Saw (49-56-5625) is intended for use in porcelain, granite, stone, tile and glass.

Can this product be drilled "dry" [without the use of water], and into a "Silestone" [quartz w/re...

Asked by doug November 7, 2020
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Yes, BUT depending on the thickness you are drilling the bit might be destroyed before you make your hole. You do not need a ton of water, easiest way is to use a spray bottle and keep the hole moist or a cup filled with water and dip the bit into it every 20 seconds of drilling, do not force the bit either, light pressure works best. The bits get super hot when going through any stone or hard tile, they need to be cooled, or they will actually get red hot and deform and screw up your hole, plus destroy the bit and possibly your hole.

Can this be used for concrete Belgard pavers?

Asked by Rock September 25, 2020
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Answers

Yes. Use water to cool the hole saw and a battery powered drill and it should work nicely. If the paver is to thick you might have to drill a pilot and go at it from both sides. Go slow

will this cut through concrete?

Asked by HomeDepotCustomer September 8, 2020
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It will. I used it to cut through Hardiplank fiber cement siding. Having said that, I don't know how long it will last if using it to make a lot of holes in concrete but it cut the one hole I needed without a problem.

Will this cut theough stucco?

Asked by LB July 30, 2020
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Answers

Hi, LB! Thank you for your inquiry with The Home Depot regarding the Milwaukee 1-1/8 in. Diamond Plus Hole Saw. Per Milwaukee, they have recommended the Carbide Hole Saw for your purposes. You can find that by using the search bar above and putting in the following number: 203113627. That will bring you to the 1-1/8" CARBIDE TIP HOLE SAW. I hope this helps. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping with us! -The Home Depot-

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Customer Reviews

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  • 91% recommend this product
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Solid Drill Hole Saw Tool - Granite, Marble, Tile.
Great tool, it function very well, I did a new hole to granite quartz counter in few mins with proper procedure. I have to purchased: Milwaukee Tool Retractable Starter Bit with Large Arbor (For this Diamond Plus Hole Saws) in order to make it happened. It can be used for hard marble, tile etc. Let see how it stick in quality for long terms usages.
by Pratik
Perfect for cutting a hole in a ceramic tile
Was looking for a good quality drill bit for putting a 1in hole in a large ceramic tile for a shower arm. I actually made a 1 1/4 diameter hole. This worked flawlessly. I used light pressure and a dipping can of water to put the bit in after 10 seconds of cutting to cool it. the adjustable retracting pilot bit is excellent at keeping the bit from walking. I was looking for something of quality. When I saw the Milwaukee name, and it mimics the design of high quality core cutting bits, I was all in. I would recommend it for what I did.
by Mandatoryname
Made nice 2inch hole in 1 1/2 in thick granite...
Made nice 2inch hole in 1 1/2 in thick granite
by Linguica
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by BILL
I used this Milwaukee 1-3/8 in. Diamond Plus Hole Saw to drill holes for both the shower head and...
I used this Milwaukee 1-3/8 in. Diamond Plus Hole Saw to drill holes for both the shower head and the tube spout. The shower surround was made of some type of very hard plastic with reinforcing and the instructions said to use a diamond hole saw, and this worked great. I hope sometime in the future I'll need it for something else as it's quite pricy for 2 holes, but then again it's $975 less than one plumber wanted to trim out the shower...really! Another two wanted $500...So it's a bargain in my book! LOL. BTW You'll also need to buy Milwaukee's Retractable Starter Bit with Large Arbor For Diamond Plus Hole Saws Model # 49-56-7135 Store SKU #1000043590 (for hole saws larger than 1 1/4") I see in the pics now on the HD website that Milwaukee has changed the back of the hole saw to include access holes for easier clean out, nice...Milwaukee is always improving their tools, which is cool!
by MikeTheReviewer
12 people found this helpful
I bought this Milwaukee diamond hole saw to drill out a hole for a one hole shower controller. Th...
I bought this Milwaukee diamond hole saw to drill out a hole for a one hole shower controller. The material I had to drill was a plastic resin shower surround rather than fiberglass, and the instructions said to use a diamond hole saw, & this worked perfectly with no chipping or cracking of the surround. Looking back I really should have used a larger hole saw like a 4", but this actually did work, I just had to make a little cut on either side of the valve with my carbide M18 multi-tool for the screws for the cover plate.
by MikeTheReviewer
12 people found this helpful
The 1 1/4 inch Milwaukee diamond hole saw with the diamond cut arbor cut through the bathroom til...
The 1 1/4 inch Milwaukee diamond hole saw with the diamond cut arbor cut through the bathroom tile very easily along with spraying water onto the drill to keep the heat down. Only took a few minutes to drill the holes. I was then able to install the wingits plates to install the tub grab bar. Worked like a charm. Thank you.
by Wes
1 person found this helpful
Bought this to drill a hole through our sink to fit the supply lines of our new faucet after duli...
Bought this to drill a hole through our sink to fit the supply lines of our new faucet after duliing a wood hole saw bit. Thought the sink was porcelain when we got this but found out it was cast iron after the hole was drilled so it worked super well. Be aware that you need to buy an arbor bit to attach this to your impact driver as this product doesn't come with it.
by Bella
1 person found this helpful
I used this to drill a hold for a bathtub drain.The project went perfect. I used some plumbers pu...
I used this to drill a hold for a bathtub drain.The project went perfect. I used some plumbers putty to make a little pond on the tile and drilled right through.
by Tim1
I will recommend this product if the job is on cement blocks but no for brick work.
I will recommend this product if the job is on cement blocks but no for brick work.
by JB
3 people found this helpful
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