From sanding drums to router bits, extend the versatility of your Dremel tool with our wide range of accessories.
From circle cutting guides to flex shafts, extend the versatility of your Dremel tool withour wide range of attachments.
A: We now offer glassing drilling bits! The 662DR can drill a 1/8" (3,2mm) hole and the 663DR can drill a 1/4" (6,4mm) hole. Be sure to read the instructions that come with these diamond coated bits for safe and proper use.
A: This will depend on the hardness of the stone. If you need a precision hole, the first thing you need is an actual drill bit. Grinding wheels and cutters will make a hole at least twice the size of their own diameter. They are not fluted like a drill bit. While cutters are fluted, it is not in the same way. If the stone you have is a harder stone, we would recommend a tungsten carbide drill bit. While we do not supply one, they do exist.
A: If you just need a hole and are not concerned about the exact size, a tungsten carbide cutter can work to grind through the material, although the hole could get quite large. If you require a precise hole, you will need a drill bit and it will need to be made of at tungsten carbide or diamond.
A: Never hold the bead in your fingers to drill a hole, you must secure the bead. Dremel makes a vice called the D-vise that can clamp various items including beads. The Dremel 212 drill press (discontinued) or 220 Work Station will allow you to make accurate holes.