Skip Content

Glass and Tile Bit,1/2 In,3 3/4 In L close
close x

Using 360° Viewing:

  1. Rotate: Use top-to-bottom, side-to-side by use of mouse arrow.
  2. Zoom In: Double click on image.
  3. Zoom Out/Reset: Put photo at full zoom & then double click.
How can we improve our Product Images?

Glass and Tile Bit, 1/2 In, 3 3/4 In L

BOSCH

Price: $15.31 / each

Please sign in or register to access lists

  • 1.0 Stars
  • 1.0 of 5
  • 1 review
  • Write a Review
  • Ask & Answer
  • Item # 3AEE2
  • Mfr. Model # GT600
  • UNSPSC # 27112801
  • Catalog Page # 971
  • Shipping Weight 0.1 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemGlass and Tile Bit
  • Type3 Flat Shank
  • MaterialTungsten Carbide
  • Fractional Size (In.)1/2"
  • Shank Dia. (In.)1/4"
  • Overall Length (In.)3-3/4"
  • ApplicationGlass And Tile Drilling, Drilling Relief Holes For Glass Cutting, Bathroom Installations, Drilling And Fastening Mirrors And Setting Screw Anchors In Tile.
How can we improve our Product Specifications?

Compliance and Restrictions

None


Rated 1 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very difficult to use with an extremely short life I have almost nothing good to say about the Bosch GT600 drill bit. It is easy to start a hole with a brand new bit, but very difficult and time consuming to actually drill a complete hole in the side of a normal glass block! For one thing, the bit’s instructions don’t give any guidance about water at all. We had 26 glass blocks to drill for a craft project and went through 3 of these bits during 22 attempts with 4 blocks cracking for us. If the hole completes, the drill becomes VERY difficult to control. We needed a safety board to help catch the chuck (with a 3 / 4" hole in it to provide just enough clearance for the bit and spraying water) to prevent crashing into the glass when the cut finished. We tried using a lot of water, very little, or none. We tried using different drills, one a variable speed 0 – 2500 RPM and the other drill set in low gear ratio with 0 – 1,000 RPM and both had similar results. You could get 1 or 2 good holes out of a bit if you were lucky (taking a little under 2 minutes with a fresh bit), and then it dulled and was very slow at best or shot altogether. Also, the edges of the holes were often fairly uneven and sharp.Based on some videos I found online of similar bits, I think using one of these in a drill press with precise speed control, perfect vertical alignment, plenty of water and a fixed depth stop might work- BUT for some bizarre reason Bosch’s instructions explicitly say NOT to use a drill press!We found that using a hole saw style diamond bit was MUCH easier and faster. December 16, 2012
1-1 of 1

Product Reviews Disclaimer:
Grainger is neither responsible for, nor does it endorse, the content of any product review or statement posted. Any statements posted constitute the statements of the poster and are not the statements of Grainger. The statements posted by Grainger employees with the Grainger employee badge represent the views of such employees and are not the statements of Grainger. Grainger makes no representations as to the appropriateness, accuracy, completeness, correctness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any product review or statements posted, including those posted by employees with the Grainger employee badge, and is not liable for any losses, injuries or damages which may result from any such product review or statements. Use of any linked web site provided in a product review or post is at the user's own risk.