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Drilling videos

Drilling is one of the most common things done when doing DIY, for that reason a drill is one of the most widely used power tools in the world. This section has all the drilling videos you will ever need including videos on how to drill wood, metal, plastics and masonry.


  • 04:00 Popular How to drill porcelain tiles

    How to drill porcelain tiles

    by Admin Added 1,870 Views / 0 Likes

    Porcelain tiles are tough and difficult to drill. Here we show how to drill them

  • 02:39 Popular How to drill ceramic tiles

    How to drill ceramic tiles

    by Admin Added 1,693 Views / 0 Likes

    Drilling ceramic tiles is normally very easy as they are soft compared to porcelain

  • 01:01 Popular Tips when drilling into a wall

    Tips when drilling into a wall

    by Admin Added 2,605 Views / 0 Likes

    Here are a few tips for drilling into a wall

  • 02:46 Popular Diamond coated hole saws

    Diamond coated hole saws

    by Admin Added 1,089 Views / 0 Likes

    Diamond coated hole saws can be used to make large holes in even the toughest of tiles

  • 00:56 Popular Hammer drill versus SDS drill

    Hammer drill versus SDS drill

    by Admin Added 2,614 Views / 1 Likes

    Apart from the chuck an SDS machine is far more powerful for drilling masonry due to the built in pneumatic hammer as this video demonstrates

  • 04:40 Popular How to drill Acrylic

    How to drill Acrylic

    by Admin Added 2,328 Views / 1 Likes

    Acrylic sheet such as Perspex, Lucite or Plexiglas can be drilled using drill bits that are designed for use on metal. A sharp metal drilling bit will easily break the acrylic when it exits the work piece and so a blunt drill bit is preferred, or the shar