Internet #100029874

Model #TC1

Store SKU #592122

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1/8 in. Carbide Steel Spiral Saw Zip Bit for Drilling Tile Ceramic and Marble Countertop

  • Cuts hard-surface items like cement board, stucco or plaster
  • Ideal for installing ceramic or marble bathroom fixtures
  • Compatible with all spiral saws
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Price:
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Product Overview

Use the Rotozip tile cut Zip Bit for cutting hard-surface items like cement board and for installing bathroom fixtures or ceramic and marble countertops. For use on all major brands of spiral saws. Also a case is included for your bit.
  • For use with all spiral saws
  • Cuts plaster, tile, cement board and marble up to 1 in. T
  • Includes: 1 bit
  • 1/8 in. shank
  • Can also be used on cement board, stucco, and plaster
  • Designed for use with Rotozip spiral saw
  • Clean cuts every time

Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
.125 in
Product Length (in.)
3 in
Shank Size
1/8 in.

Details

Accessory Fitment
Tool-Specific
Application Type
Cutting
Ideal for
Detail engraving, carving, and routing
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
180-Day
Rotary Tool Accessory Type
Rotary Bit
Tip Material
Stainless Steel
Tip Shape
Pointed
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Used With
Ceramic

Questions & Answers

1Questions5Answers

wil this cut countertops

Asked by jaybird November 8, 2016
5
Answers

Won’t work if it is a marble counter top.

Customer Reviews

  • 3.4
    out of 79 reviews
  • 67% recommend this product
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Works great on blue board with a cement plaster.
Works great on blue board with a cement plaster.
by Cap
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Did not cut more than 2 inches of the marble tile before the bit failed.
Did not cut more than 2 inches of the marble tile before the bit failed.
by Goatman
Discovered to use it to set the drill point and...
Discovered to use it to set the drill point and finish up holes. But primarily use a hammer drill with appropriate small drill bit for the mammer dril lto do the primary drilling through the tile. All to set shower bars into studs in the shower.
by PJK
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Did not cut the tile had to return...
Did not cut the tile had to return
by HomeDepotCustomer
Broke off on the first use through plaster. Very disappointing
Broke off on the first use through plaster. Very disappointing
by Pgibson
by Nort
It cuts circles in hardibacker very well but will not...
It cuts circles in hardibacker very well but will not drill through tile.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Good quality product...
Good quality product
by Batman3298
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