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SHOCKWAVE Carbide Multi-Material Drill Bits Set (5-Pack)

  • For use with brick, block, concrete, metal, tile, wood, and PVC
  • Up to 85% faster in metal vs. standard masonry drill bits
  • SHOCKWAVE™ Impact Duty engineered for hammer drills and impacts
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Carbide multi-material bits that provide an all-in-one solution for the widest variety of materials

Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Carbide Multi-Material Drill Bits

Carbide multi-material bits that provide an all-in-one solution for the widest variety of materials

Available in sizes up to 1/2 in.

Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Carbide Multi-Material Drill Bits

Available in sizes up to 1/2 in.

SHOCKWAVE Carbide Multi-Material Drill Bits

The Most Versatile Bit

SHOCKWAVE Carbide Multi-Material Drill Bits

Up to 10x life In Stacked Materials

Up to 10x life In Stacked Materials

Up to 10x life In Stacked Materials

Vs. Standard Masonry Drill Bits

Up to 85% Faster Drilling in Metal

Vs. Standard Masonry Drill Bits

For a wide range of tough applications

Durable Carbide Tip

For a wide range of tough applications

Hammer Drill/Drivers and Impact Drivers

For Use With

Hammer Drill/Drivers and Impact Drivers

Drilling in Concrete

Concrete

Drilling in Concrete

Drilling in Brick and Block

Brick and Block

Drilling in Brick and Block

Drilling in Metal

Metal

Drilling in Metal

Drilling in Wood

Wood

Drilling in Wood

Drilling in Tile

Tile

Drilling in Tile

Drilling in PVC

PVC

Drilling in PVC

The Milwaukee 5-Piece SHOCKWAVE Carbide Multi-Material Drill Bits are the most versatile bits, designed to tackle a variety of materials, including brick, block, concrete, steel, aluminum, ceramic tile, backerboard, wood, PVC and drywall. The aggressive multi-grind carbide tip delivers up to 10X longer life in stacked materials and up to 85% faster drilling speeds in metal. Equipped with a 1/4 in. hex shank, these all-purpose drill bits are compatible with impacts, drill/drivers and hammer drills. These Milwaukee general-purpose drill bits provide the ideal all-in-one solution for the widest variety of materials, tools and applications. This kit incudes one 5/32 in., one 3/16 in., one 1/4 in., one 5/16 in. and one 3/8 in. SHOCKWAVE Carbide Multi-Material Drill Bits.
  • Up to 10X longer life in stacked materials
  • Use in hammer mode for faster drilling in masonry and concrete
  • Durable carbide tip for a wide range of tough applications
  • Ideal for drilling through layered materials
  • Less bit changes for increased productivity
  • Not recommended for porcelain tile
  • Kit includes: one 5/32 in., one 3/16 in., one 1/4 in., one 5/16 in., one 3/8 in.
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6 in
Product Height (in.)
0.25 in
Product Width (in.)
0.25 in

Details

Bit Material
Carbide
Drill Bit Type
Masonry Bit
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Masonry Bit
Individual/Set
Set
Number of Pieces
5
Returnable
90-Day
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
3-Flat
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

1Questions2Answers

When using to drill into ceramic tile, should water be sprayed onto end of bit?

Asked by ButchyBoy February 10, 2021
2
Answers

I only use water when I can de the bit heating excessively. I usually test the material I am cutting. J G

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 108 reviews
  • 87% recommend this product
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Loved the drills, loved AND hated the packaging. The packaging has great graphics, pictures to sh...
Loved the drills, loved AND hated the packaging. The packaging has great graphics, pictures to show what materials, and a graph to tell how fast you can drill 'em. But, it's a bear to get into and still preserve the information you will want to preserve; I ended up using a Dremel cut-off wheel. I recently had to anchor a canopy to studs behind a stucco wall. In the past, this required a cement drill bit and then a wood bit, but I was able to do the whole job with one bit. They've also done a fine job on brick and clay pots.
by ttterk
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I ordered these drill bits to replace a set of all in one bits. I hadn't bought this brand before...
I ordered these drill bits to replace a set of all in one bits. I hadn't bought this brand before. I received the bits and they looked really nice - if anyone cares about drill bit looks. I pondered how to open the packaging. I couldn't tell if it was a drill bit case or just hard to open plastic. Finally, I got out the medical scissors and cut the container. I put the bits in a toolbox drawer anyway. I decided to try to reproduce the picture on the web site that showed multiple materials drilled. My first test was flagstone left over from my home construction. Boom, the drill bit went straight through like a masonry bit. The next test was a wet 2x4. Again, the drill bit went right through. At that point I liked the bits. They fit in the drill easily. I decided to give a try on an old steel garden edger blade. I didn't punch a starter dent, so the drill traveled as shown in the picture. When the bit hit a rusty part, it stuck and started drilling. I didn't think the drill bit was going to make it. There was a dimple depression in the steel, but it was not making progress. I think what happened next was the metal started heating up, then boom, the drill bit went right through the steel. The steel blade was hot to the tough. These are good drill bits. They are good quality and do the job. Good product.
by texasStronger
1 person found this helpful
MILWAUKEE SHOCKWAVE CARBIDE MULTI - MATERIAL DRILL BITS SET (5-PACK) I used these to make some ...
MILWAUKEE SHOCKWAVE CARBIDE MULTI - MATERIAL DRILL BITS SET (5-PACK) I used these to make some holes in tile, they did a perfect job . I also needed to drill a hole in concrete to mount a hose reel for my neighbor . He had a bit he just purchased , we did a comparison and the Milwaukee Shockwave bits did a much better and quicker job. I would not hesitate to purchase more of these bits.
by RW
1 person found this helpful
Nice set of multi material drill bits.5 sizes from 5/32 to 3/8. Comes in plastic case that will f...
Nice set of multi material drill bits.5 sizes from 5/32 to 3/8. Comes in plastic case that will fit in tool box to protect edges. Works with both Impact and Hammer drills, except not recommended for impact driver on concrete or use on porcelain tile. When I used on 1/4 inch flat steel I did need to use a standard drill just to make starter spot as bit had a tendency to walk. But once I made indentation it drilled very fast and neat. I noticed that the bit really kinda shaved the steel with large shavings (I like that) compared to a standard metal drill bit. It was also much faster. Quick change bits with 1/4 inch fittings. On the brick they just flat drill fast and good.
by VHe
2 people found this helpful
This five-piece set of six inch drill bits are fantastic! Most carbide tip drill bits come in fo...
This five-piece set of six inch drill bits are fantastic! Most carbide tip drill bits come in four" length which is fine for most things. However, if you need that extra length, this will cover most everything else on various projects. It should be noted that if using on concrete, cinder block or brick, you will need a roto-hammer rather than a standard drill (this pounds the bit back and forth while it turns). What's nice about these is that they work on tile as well. Although it states it will work on things like plastic, wood and metal, I would not use this as my primary bit for those material - but rather, I would use it if I was passing through multi-layered surface where I was passing through brick or concrete through wood and metal behind for instance. Starting on a wood or metal surface will not make a clean starter hole with the carbide bits. One very annoying thing was the packaging. The plastic pack resembles a case or holder. However, this is a deception. The plastic needs to be destroyed to get at the bits and likely cannot be used as a holder.
by Jeff
2 people found this helpful
Milwaukee carbide multi material drill bit set They come in a plastic package that must be cut op...
Milwaukee carbide multi material drill bit set They come in a plastic package that must be cut open. if careful you can still use as a holding case for the bits. five sizes 5/32" 3/16", 1/4" 5/16" 3/8" Your best results will come with impact and hammer drills However they work fine with good old standard drills. My Milwaukee standard corded 1/2" drill is probably 30+ years old and does fine with the drill bits. I drilled cement pavers, concrete driveway and more. Bits cut quickly and made a well defined hole. My hammer drill uses Bosch type bits so I could not use it to sample. Overall great drill bits for their purpose.
by Mike
2 people found this helpful
For whatever reason I have always had a separate set of drill bits, one for wood and metal, and t...
For whatever reason I have always had a separate set of drill bits, one for wood and metal, and the other for masonry. The fact that these bits are multi material was exciting. Recommended uses for these bits are brick, block, concrete, steel, aluminum, ceramic tile, backerboard, wood, PVC, and drywall. I was mainly interested in testing the bits in concrete and steel. I mainly tested the 3/8 bit using my Milwaukee Hammer Drill. I punched into 6 inches of concrete in about 10 seconds. There was very minimal walking on the surface of the concrete and I drilled 10 holes back to back and the walking was still minimal. Each hole took the same amount of time to drill. After punching 10 holes in concrete I moved on to 1/4 steel and the tip of the bit was still sharp so I had no walking when I drilled into steel. 10 holes took about 5 seconds each hole and performance for each hole was pretty much the same. I wanted to check wear on the bit so I also drilled into wood and drywall and PVC and there was no lack in performance when compared to my Milwaukee titanium bits I use for wood. Overall very satisfied with the performance of the bits and I like the fact that I can get rid of some of my old bit sets.
by Young
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