Diamond bits are handy to have on hand when using handheld drills. They are better than most other drill bits at drilling clean holes into glass, bricks, and concrete. The diameter of the hole you can drill with one of these bits can range from 20mm to 130mm, and the depth can reach 300mm.
They are available in a variety of shapes and sizes and outperform and outperform steel equivalents in terms of durability and capabilities. If you’re curious what the benefits of using diamond bits are, here are only five:
Diamond bits can only break through anything from marble to glass, but they can also do so at extremely high speeds. Diamond is one of the hardest materials on the planet, and a drill bit built of it can easily pierce through most materials. You also don’t have to think about chips floating around because it drills a clean hole even while operating quickly.
Tougher materials are cut through with ease
Diamond bits are made to drill holes into tough materials such as stone and concrete. Some drill bits like masonry bits, cannot produce clean cuts. Diamond bits, on the other end, can easily break through the hardest material you have.
Bits with Metal Bonding
Because of the numerous layers of diamond tightly packed around the metal, this form can last longer than a standard nickel-bonded diamond bit. While these are more costly, you can benefit from longer-lasting bits that can be used on a wider range of materials and hold up well. Also, regular diamond bits can last up to four times as long as non-diamond bits.
Prevents Cracks and Chips
Cracks and chips are the last concern you want when slicing through stone, glass, bricks, or concrete. That’s just what you’ll get if you aren’t using a diamond drill bit since other bits aren’t sturdy enough to withstand these materials. It would cost you more to repair your construction materials and broken parts than it will make the initial investment in diamond bits.
Low Noise Level
Many people who must do a lot of drilling appreciate not having to make a lot of noise when working. The pace at which diamond bits can slice through strong material results in far less noise. These are the parts to use if you want to drill with as little sound as possible.
Drills with diamond bits can be compact and lightweight, allowing diamond drilling to be performed in almost any place. Diamond drilling techniques make underwater drilling and drilling in narrow spaces relatively easy. It is also possible to set up remote control diamond drilling, making it one of the most convenient aperture drilling methods.
To get the performance you want, you’ll need to know how to use diamond bits cautiously. For instance, you must understand when and how to use water as a lubricant. You can reap all of these benefits until you learn how to use these advanced parts. If you can, invest in metal-fused diamond bits, which will last for a long time.