Do You Have Questions?

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Here are the answers to the most common questions you may encounter. If you still cannot find the answer you want, please contact us!

1. What products are your company manufacturing?

We manufacture and supply Diamond Blades, TCT blades, HSS saw blades, drill bits for concrete, masonry, wood, metal, glass&ceramics, plastics, etc, and other power tool accessories.

2. How to order goods?

The way to process goods order is: Please send us the inquire information including Product name or Description with Item No, sizes, purchase quantity, package way. Photo attached is better. We will offer your Quotation Sheet or Proforma Invoice within 24hours after receiving your order information. Then your comments on prices or payment terms, shipment terms are welcomed. Other details will be discussed accordingly.

3. Delivery time?

20-35 days after receiving down payment in normal season. It will be changed depending payment, transportation, holiday, stock etc.

4. Would you offer free samples?

We would like to build mutual benefit long term business relationship with our clients. Normally we could offer a few pcs samples for low unit price under USD5.0. those samples can be sent free of charge. But customers just need to afford a little shipping charge, or you can provide your DHL, FEDEX, UPS courier account number to us with freight collection.

5. How does a drill bit last long?

The drill bit is used for drilling many materials. Its durability depends on many factors. All steps that we follow in drilling is really affecting the durability of the drill bit.

Follow the following principles, the drill bit can be durable for a long time:
High-quality materials and construction: Invest in high-quality drills made of durable materials such as high-speed steel (HSS), cobalt, or carbide. These materials are known for their strength and longevity.
Proper Use: Use the drill for its intended purpose and avoid applying excessive force or pressure. Using the correct speed and drilling pattern for the material being drilled will prevent the bit from overheating or dulling.
Lubrication: Lubricate the bit during use to minimize friction and heat buildup. This can be done by using cutting oil or a lubricating spray specially designed for drilling operations.
Cooling Breaks: Take periodic breaks during drilling to allow the drill to cool. This is especially important when drilling through harder materials like metal or concrete, as excess heat can shorten the life of the drill bit. Sharpen or replace: Periodically check the condition of the drill bit and replace or sharpen as needed. Dull or damaged drill bits lead to inefficient drilling and can increase the risk of accidents.
Store Properly: Store your drill in a dry and clean area to prevent rust or damage. Use protective boxes or organizers to keep them organized and prevent mishandling.
By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your drill bit will last longer and perform optimally for your drilling needs.

6. How to choose right drill bits?

Choosing the right drill bits depends on the specific material and type of drilling task you need to accomplish. Here are some key factors to consider when selecting drill bits:

Material compatibility: Different drill bits are designed to work with specific materials, such as wood, metal, masonry, or tile. Ensure you choose a drill bit that is suitable for the material you will be drilling into.

Drill bit type: There are various types of drill bits available, each serving a specific purpose. Common types include twist bits (for general drilling), spade bits (for large holes in wood), masonry bits (for drilling into concrete or brick), and Forstner bits (for precise flat-bottomed holes).Bit size: Consider the size of the hole you need to drill and choose a drill bit that corresponds to that size. Drill bits are typically labeled with the size, which corresponds to the diameter of the hole they can drill.Shank type: Pay attention to the shank type of the drill bit. The most common shank types are cylindrical, hexagonal, or SDS (used in rotary hammer drills for masonry work). Ensure the shank is compatible with your drill's chuck.

Quality and durability: Look for drill bits made from high-quality materials, such as HSS (high-speed steel) or carbide, as they tend to be more durable and long-lasting. Consider the manufacturer's reputation for producing reliable and sturdy drill bits.

Consider the task and expected results: For specialized tasks or specific results, such as countersinking or deburring, you may need to choose drill bits with specific features or designs.

Budget: Consider your budget when selecting drill bits, as higher-quality and more specialized bits may come at a higher price point. However, investing in good-quality drill bits can save you money in the long run.It's also a good idea to consult the drill manufacturer's recommendations and guidelines for compatible drill bits. Additionally, seeking advice from experienced individuals or professionals in the field you are working in can provide valuable insights for selecting the right drill bits for your specific needs.