The diamond file is for sharpening the cutting tips of the big hawg cutters, there should be sharpening instructions on a folded piece of paper in the packaging...If you cannot locate the sharpening instructions, go to www.milwaukeetools.com, click the support tab, then download the instructions and parts pages...
You cac buy just the case but i think you would need to make your own insert to organize the hole saws, At this time it is the best value to purchase the kit that includes the packout
Generally no. You would need a diamond cutter for such masonry, not to mention a costly commercial-grade boring tool. Also, I imagine you mean a slab already on the ground. This type of cutting device requires a through cut if you are to actually have a hole; if the slab is in place, most likely there is no way to be able to cut through to the "other side" (which is going to be about 7900 miles deeper than the couple inches of depth the cutter can penetrate at max). And without cutting through, you ultimately only remove a hairline circle from the concrete, with the middle still left there.
I haven't tried (and won't), but I assume they would get ruined after just a couple of holes.
Yes, they work well in plaster. I've made several cuts and the teet still look perfect. Ordinary bi-metal hole swas do not last nearly as log.
Yes it uses same Arbor
I don’t think you’ll find them in stock. But I was able to buy this set online at Home Depot, and it was delivered pretty quickly. I received it in about a week or so.
Duane, I did some research on your question and even though these saws will cut nails, cement boards and stucco, the are not designed to cut ceramic tile. Sorry.
Yes no problem, just use the correct bit in the arbor.