CRL used to sell some killer masonry bits that chewed though porcelain like it was butter. You could feel it grinding it away. Of course they stopped selling them.
I think it's time for a new tool purchase...angus242 said:I got one of these: Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsZBWlqra5U For all that you get and can do with it, it was worth it.
I doubt I will buy it... It'd be nice, yes. But I don't lay tile every day. I probably need a core bit about 10 times a year. So... no, I won't buy it.I go through some serious scrutinizing of tools prior to purchase, durability, practical, profit increasing, better quality job.
If the new way doesn't significantly improve the old fashion way, I'm sticking old fashion till the next generation of improvement , still not convinced I'll wait longer. Some may benefit from that contraption, some it is a step back.
I had never heard of any of that sort of thing. Just a core bit and keep it wet somehow. Up to date the most holes I've ever drill at one job were two. So... yeah, no fancy system in my future I don't think. :no:It is an option , the Flex brand with water attachment will do all that, though the drill and tank are self contained where one would need that aspect, limited water and power without reloads.