Hi there! Our Shockwave 15/32 in. Titanium Drill Bit (48-89-4627) is for use in metal, wood and PVC.
Hello James, the Shockwave 15/64 in. Titanium Drill Bit has a Titanium coating. This product can penetrate through Stucco.
This bit will certainly do the job. I used them to drill through stainless steel and they perform great. FYI make sure you keep them cool if you use them like I did. I sprayed them with water before and after the hole was done and had no issues.
Please note that the answers to this question are for the 7/16 in bit only although they come up when searching other sizes. Smaller diameters are proportionally smaller. The 5/16 in bit makes 1" maximum depth holes.
About five inches if you want to make it through the other side. I used this mainly on some stainless steel bars and they worked great.
HRC range is 62 - 67.5.
Probably if you take your time and don't force it. It also wouldn't hurt to use a little drill cutting oil.
Not sure specifically about Ar500 steel but it went through 1/2 thick steel mounted on my front axle on my 4x4. You couldn't hardly tell the bit had been used after two holes.
It can be but it is not recommended. For ceramic tile, we recommend a diamond hole saw.