Micro Jewelry Drill Bit 6-Pack

$59.95 USD
Item# 7541
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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. A very handy tool for glass jewelry artists. Includes six micro drill bits, three 1.1 mm and three 1.4 mm. 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.

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Pros : make perfect tiny holes
Cons : abrasive head gone from the bottom after an average of 7 holes drilled, and after the bottom is gone the bit is useless. Last set of these I had lasted far longer. Very expensive for the quality we're getting.
Other Thoughts : Maybe a poor quality shipment?
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Pros : Tiny holes--great for jewelry. 2 of each bit.
Cons : Break easily
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Pros : I liked the variety of sizes. Makes drilling tiny holes a breeze.
Cons : Don't last very long. Made it through maybe 8 single layer (1/8") pieces. I thought using molding clay for a dam and using water helped, but still went through them pretty quickly.
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