1.1mm Jewelry Drill Bits - 6 Pack

$64.95 USD
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Item# 75419
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Product Features

  • Stock up on the sizes you use most with single size packs
  • Use to drill holes in glass jewelry easily
  • Can be used with a rotary tool, Dremel (Micro Chuck required) or standard electric drill
  • Includes 6 bits


Product Description

Great For Jewelry Making
Our fused glass instructors have found these drill bits to be the best for jewelry making. They loved the small size and fine holes they were able to drill in glass with the durable diamond coated tip. A very handy tool for glass jewelry artists. Includes six 1.1 mm drill bits. Attaches easily to a Rotary Tool, such as #67310, Dremel, or standard electric drill using Micro Chuck #76412.

Pendants made by Jen Olsen and Jaime Dobson. Christmas Tree created by Kayleigh Clark.

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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Dosen't fit rotary tool
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Pros : I think this would be a great tool...however I bought it because it said it would fit a rotary tool....
Cons : The bits are very, very thin and small (this is good, but not when they don't fit!) and at this time I have not been able to find an adapter to make it work.
Other Thoughts : I'm still trying before I send back or find someone to buy from me.
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  •   1.1mm drill bits
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Pros : Makes the perfect size holes in my glass pieces to thread wire loops through. Love it for transparent glass designs.
Cons : Some bits will last one drilling while others last for a dozen uses.
Other Thoughts : Be sure to follow the recommended drilling techniques to try to get the bits to last.
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