Diamond Drill Bits

Diamond Drill Bits

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In recent years, diamond tipped drill bits have become an indispensable tool for the professional tile fixer. The emergence of increasingly hard materials, such as porcelain stoneware, is the reason why RUBI is committed to diamond drill bits. Versatility in drilling materials and the high quality finishes makes the range of RUBI diamond drill bits the most highly appreciated today by building professionals. RUBI has a complete range of diamond coated drill bits, for both wet and dry cutting. Whatever the option chosen, RUBI diamond drill bits are always the best choice.


There are two types of diamond drill bits: dry cutting and wet cutting; the first are used with a grinder as it is recommended to work at high speed, and they do not need any extra cooling. Their properties can be enhanced using the correct speed, which is around 11.000 rpm, even if they can go up to 14.000 rpm. They are drill bits that cut very fast (a hole can be drilled in seconds), they have a long life (these drill bits for ceramic tiles can make a lot of holes when used correctly) and are manufactured by a vacuum brazed technology process. These features makes them great porcelain tile drill bits.

Diamond drill bits for wet cutting tiles on the other hand are used with the drill at low speed. In fact, the slower, the better. Cooling with water is needed, for which there are some RUBI accessories that are a perfect combination. These ceramic tile drill bits give an optimal finish, through an electroplating manufacturing process, which allow the drill bits to drill the hole leaving a smooth surface. With both systems you will be able to drill in various hard materials, such as porcelain, granite or marble, quickly and safely. So you can use them as natural stone drill bit, ceramic tile drill bit or any kind of tile drill bit.


With these diamond drill bits for porcelain tiles, we have responded to one of the most common problems and difficulties in installing ceramic tiles. With the evolution of ceramic materials, which are increasingly hard, and the eruption of porcelain, RUBI has designed these diamond drill bits so that tiling professionals do not have any problems when drilling into the hardest tiles, and even in some other materials such as granite, marble, slate or any kind of natural stone.

On the RUBI website, we provide you with technical data and videos showing you details on how to use each type of drill bit.

Diamond Drill Bits