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1/4 in. Pro Wet/Dry Diamond Hole Saw

$17.37
  • Provides easy, fast and accurate cutting of material
  • Uses less water than conventional diamond drill bits
  • Perfect for cutting holes for fixtures
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About This Product

The QEP 1/4 in. Wet/Dry Diamond Hole Saw is designed for the easy, fast and accurate cutting of porcelain, ceramic and glass tiles. This hole saw features a special diamond grit edge for faster and smoother cuts, while using less water than conventional diamond drill bits. Simply dip the hole saw into water and drill the desired hole for professional quality and results.

Highlights

  • Ideal for cutting 1/4 in. holes in ceramic, porcelain and glass tiles with minimal water use
  • Advanced metallurgical technology bonds diamond grit to chrome alloy steel base to produce a long-lasting cutting edge
  • Extremely durable and built to last longer than conventional diamond drill bits and standard hole saws
  • 12 times longer lasting than standard hole saws
  • Simply dip in water, no need for a constant water delivery system, for quick and easy use
  • Flexibility to be used in wet or dry cutting conditions is preferred by professional flooring installers
  • Easy to clean by rinsing with hose or in clean water after each use
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Product Information

Internet # 311091684

Model # 10075

Store SKU # 1004773490

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 0.25 in, W 0.25 in, D 2.25 in

Dimensions

Drilling Depth (in)

1.5

Product Depth (in.)

2.25 in

Product Height (in.)

0.25 in

Product Width (in.)

0.25 in

Details

Arbor included

No

Bit Material

Diamond

Drill Bit Type

Hole Saw

Drill Bit Type(s) Included

Diamond Core

Individual/Set

Set

Material Cut

Glass

Min Chuck Size Required

3/8 In.

Number of Pieces

1 Piece

Number of Pieces

1

Pilot Bit Included

No

Returnable

90-Day

Shank Style

Straight

Teeth Per Inch

0

Tools Product Type

Power Tool

Questions & Answers

3Questions
caret
Q:Will this bit work ok using a 20V battery drill?
by|Dec 19, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  The 1/4" diamond hole saw may be used with a cordless or corded drill. Customer Care

by|Mar 6, 2024
    caret
    Q:Size of drill
    by|Dec 26, 2015
    2 Answers
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    A:  Thank you Rocker for your inquiry. Our Wet/Dry Diamond Hole Saw cuts holes 1/4". If you have any further questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665. Thank you for your interest in our product.

    by|May 3, 2023

      A:  Actually it's a quarter inch.

      by|May 5, 2023
      caret
      Q:I want to buy this, why can't I
      by|Aug 7, 2015
      3 Answers
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      A:  I feel for you. I'm sure it will show up soon. Given current manufacturing trends in tile, this is too good a product not to distribute widely.

      by|Dec 13, 2019

      A:  Found it at Home Depot in the tile tool section.

      by|Dec 13, 2019
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  Thank you for your inquiry. You can Special Order this product number 10075Q through your local Home Depot store Special Order desk. If you have any further questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665. Thank you for your interest in our product.

      by|Dec 13, 2019
        1 found this answer helpful
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        Customer Reviews

        3.6 out of 5

        • 3.6 out of 152 reviews
        • 76% recommend this product
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        Far better than carbide tipped drill bits
        I purchased this bit after my carbide bits wore out. The package claims that this bit lasts something like 10 times as long as a carbide bit and after drilling 24 holes with the same bit i would agree with that. I was drilling 6mm ceramic tile and was very impressed not only with the quantity of holes but also the quality. It is very difficult to drill on the edge of thin tiles and not chip or crack them but i was able to do it with this bit. Downsides: the slugs that come out when drilling a hole have no way to eject from the bit so the bit must be removed after each hole and the bit cleaned out.
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          • Recommended
          The QEP 1/4 in. Wet/Dry Diamond Drill Bit is worth the money I spent
          The QEP 1/4 in. Wet/Dry Diamond Drill Bit. Glass was cut here. Using this bit was so easy I had an extra set of hands to apply water which made the whole process easy. I feared dulling the bit with the chips on it by cutting dry then stopping after five seconds to dip in cool water like the package suggests. I used on a wine bottle because of the popular craft of making wine bottle lamps. I started out with high rpm’s to get a grove started then once a circle was cut I slowed the speed a little and applied very little pressure, the water keep it cool and clean too. The small chips seen in the picture look big because of close up photo. I am rating this a 5 all around.
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          • Recommended
          1 found this review helpful
          Good Tile bit for screw holes
          The QEP 1/4 in. Pro Wet/Dry Diamond Drill Bit has a small cylindrical stem 2-1/4 inch long. On one end around the edge is a brazed diamond coating that cuts through porcelain, ceramic and glass. They recommend a quick dip in water before starting to increase the bits durability and to dissipate heat. First start at a 45 degree tilt until scoring the material and move to finish the cut at 90 degrees using high RPM. It seemed simple enough so I tried it first on a test tile. The drill seems to cut in a deliberate fashion at its own rate. It makes a small doughnut around the circumference of the hole and the center material goes into the center of the cylindrical drill stem and later pops out. It made easy work of the tile and cut a clean hole. This is a good drill to have in cutting screw holes for mounting fixtures such as towel racks to a tile wall.
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          3 found this review helpful
          12X longer life. What a great hole saw
          This wet /dry Diamond hole saw 1/4 inch by Qep was the perfect product for my projects on slate and ceramic tile. The saw cuts perfect holes to allow me to attach leather strips to hang the slate on walls etc. I have not tried yet on glass and marble but am looking forward using this tool on other materials for similar projects. This diamond hole saw will work on all those materials and more. Great saw. Thanks Qep/Home Depot for another fantastic tool.
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          • Recommended
          Couldn’t drill one hole. Bringing it back
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          Response from The ManufacturerMay 2, 2024
          We are sorry that you had an issue with this product. It is intended for use for cutting holes in glass, ceramic, porcelain, marble and granite. It has an advanced metallurgical technology that bonds diamond grit to chrome alloy base to produce a long-lasting cutting edge.

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          • Verified Purchase
          Went dull after 2 holes in Porcelain.
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          Response from The ManufacturerApr 25, 2024
          Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry to hear that you had an issue with this product. The longevity of diamond drill bits depends on several factors including proper drill speed, lubricant, pressure and the density of the material you are cutting through. To get maximum life of the hole saw ensure you don't use too much pressure, keep the speed on the drill low and keep the drill bit cool with water.

          Customer Care QEP
          • Verified Purchase
          I quit trying to drill through ceramic tile because I found it nearly impossible to control drift. I found using a pointed masonsry bit much easier. To install shower bar
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          Response from The ManufacturerApr 10, 2024
          It’s a good idea to drill a small pilot hole first as sometimes using a larger drill without a pilot hole can cause the drill to wander. However, a ¼” is small enough and a pilot hole isn't necessary. Apply even pressure during the cut to help prevent drift.

          Customer Care QEP
          • Verified Purchase
          Easy to use. Drilled through porcelain tile no problem.
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