carbilne for metal
I have purchased two of these sets, one for myself many years ago. It has so many bits and other pieces which come in handy. My only issue is I tend to break the really small bits and have purchased multipacks of small bits for replacements. They tend break after 8-10 uses as I bull them through maternal instead of taking time. This set has such a large variety of bits, etc., that I have used mine for 10+ years, replacing only the bit or bits I occasionally break. I use this set frequently.
Yes, But you can damage some of the pieces but theres other ones that can be use with the drill.
Hi Staebs! This kit does not include a 3/8 drill bit.
Titanium has always worked for me and I do many home projects/repairs. Problem is the really small bits tend to break but this is operator error as I'm in a hurry and "horsing" the bit through material. When purchasing large bit sets, I always buy small, multibit packs as I know I will break the small ones after 8-10 uses. Good, titanium small bit packs run around $2.50/pack. I never have bits sharpened as too much work and easier just to have a few new extras. The bigger bits never break but, after many, many uses, get dull but I just pitch these and get a new replacement. Single replacements are not very expensive. Actually, I purchased this set for one of my sons as my really old set is still virtually intact after 10+ years of a lot of use.
there are no ceramic bits in this kit
Yes, thus why they are masonry bits!
As long as the chuck on the drill handles 3/8’s or larger shanks.
This kit includes four (4) sizes of hole saws: 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 1-3/4" and 2-1/8". I also attached an image of the back of the box that lists all the kit's content.