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Catalog Number: BTD122

  • Brass Tube Holds Abrasive Better

  • Cuts Faster and Cleaner Than Steel Tubes

  • The CRL Brass Tube Drill offers you a combination of quality drilling with easily replaceable parts. The brass material grabs the CRL Silicon Carbide Abrasive Grain better than steel, so you can rapidly drill a cleaner looking hole. Because the tubes and heads are separate entities, you need only replace the part that has worn out. This way, you save money because you don't pay to replace the entire drill. CRL Brass Tube Drills make your glass drilling quick, easy and economical!

    CRL 2" Brass Tube Drill and Head


    Other Products/Finishes:

    BTD1258 CRL 5/8" Brass Tube Drill and Head
    BTD121 CRL 1" Brass Tube Drill and Head
    BTD12114 CRL 1-1/4" Brass Tube Drill and Head
    BTD122 CRL 2" Brass Tube Drill and Head
    BTD12314 CRL 3-1/4" Brass Tube Drill and Head

    Catalog Number:BTD122
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    Ship Via:Can Ship UPS
    Shipping Weight:13 oz (363g)

    CRL Brass Tube Drills can be used in conjunction with the CRL2 Glass Drilling Machine. CRL carries a full line of products for glass drilling.

    Always wear the proper safety gear including eye protection when drilling glass. Work should be performed on a flat, horizontal surface. A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter must be used when using any type of electric tool in conjunction with water or coolant. Failure to follow any of these precautions can result in operator injury.

    Most shipping weights are approximate and have not been verified. If the exact weight is needed in order to determine shipping costs, and shipping costs are required in order for you to complete your order, please request this prior to submitting your order by contacting CRL Customer Service. Product images shown are of the actual product or a close representation. ColorsColours can vary depending on your computer's video card and on how your monitor's colorcolour is adjusted.