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As long as they have a 1/8 or 1/4 shank, yes. The tile bits are basically burrs.
I know of no dust extraction kit for this tool. I will tell you, this tool produced significantly less dust than my corded Roto Zip.
No. It’s for drywall
Hi Sizar. Thank you for your question. The Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Drywall Cut Out Tool is made in China. It is designed as a Drywall Cut Out Tool. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
It comes with an 1/8th inch and a 1/4 inch collet
Hello! Our M18 Cut Out Tool has the power to cut through drywall with the strapping attached to it. However, keep in mind that this type of application may wear the bit faster.
Yes it will.
tool is designed for cutting sheetrock
With the proper bit, and a bit o patience, it will. You can not go as fast as you would in drywall, but it is faster then cutting tile.
It might, but probably won’t work the best. It’s made for cutting through drywall along a guided edge. It would be very hard to control free hand. I would suggest drilling a hole in the corners for the “window” and using a jig saw, reciprocating saw, small hand saw, or an oscillating tool. Best.