Hi Chris, have never tried that you might call Milwaukee at 1.800.729.3878, sure the drill bits will but am not 100% sure
ALL BITS ARE DIFFERENT SIZES.
Hi Nancy they are M35
HSS stands for High Speed Steel. Which is a type of high catrbon steel. Cobalt, as I understand it, is a coating like Titanium coated bits. Cobalt bits can cut harder materials than HSS, or Titanium coated bits. I reserve using these bits for harder steels. Here's a handy guide: https://www.cnclathing.com/guide/drill-bit-material-comparison-types-what-is-the-best-drill-bit-material-cnclathing
I don't think so
With the use of an oil they cut through wrought iron and stainless with no problem. You may have to make a smaller starter hole first. I really like them.
I think it would. You may want to drill a pilot hole and step up incrementally (depending on how big you're going). And use you're biggest battery, if you have that option.
Hi Brian! Our Cobalt Red Helix Drill Bit Set for Drill Drivers (48-89-2331) are in the imperial measurement system. This set includes the following: 1/16 in., 5/64 in., 3/32 in.,7/64 in., (2)1/8 in., 9/64 in., 5/32 in., 3/16 in., 7/32 in., (2)1/4 in., 5/16 in., 3/8 in., 1/2 in.
I used it on Steel Sheet and Aluminum Bar Stock. It worked well for both.