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91mini

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Many have recommended them so it looks like I will be buying from them. One question though. Can the hole saws that come with kits cut 2 holes through 1/4" glass? Anyone get 2 holes cut efficiently with one saw?

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Probably closer to 3/8" glass now that I think about it.

Edited by 91mini, 14 March 2012 - 12:29 PM.


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I've drilled probably close to 20 holes with just one bit. :)

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Everything is good quality with glass-holes.com kits. I drilled my tank and had a buddy drill his two tanks with the same hole saws and they seemed to handle it all very well.

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I'm on 5 times use on one bit.

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I would imagine that the time to drill the holes gets a little longer after each hole but it will still drill.

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I emailed glass holes support this same question. Their response was typically 8-10 hole pretty easily as long as you follow their instructions and keep the bits cooled etc.

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