Discuss Core drilling in the Plumbing Forum at Plumbers Forums; Hi, do any of you guys use a drill for core drilling as well as other drilling? Or do you just use drills meant for core drilling?
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Bosch make what they claim is a combined coring and SDS+ drill, dont know the model number. looks like a bulky and heavy pain in the bum to be honest. probs better with a 3 function SDS+ and a seperate coring drill besides how often do you without warning need to core a large hole? you can leave it at home 9 days out of 10.
update - its called bosch 'multidrill' but at £299 +vat in ITS london there probs isnt even a significant cost saving in it.
as someone pointed out you need a clutch on a core drill,ihad a accident with a sds i was using for coring a few years ago,put my back teeth trough my tongue,it hurt like hell,there was lots of blood and i could not talk properly for 3 months,you really should use a purpose made core drill for coring inmho
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just blown up my sparky core drill, tried sds drills from screw fix previously but they are to slow and burn out to quickly so next stop a proper drill for coring ie a marcrist, high speed and clutched. your old titan sds off screw fix just doesnt rotate quick enough. So buy the right tool for the job and hopefully it should last, Ive tried saving money over the last few years and in the end itscheaper to buy the boy for the job. omho