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Weha Rockpecker Core Bits

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Weha Offers RockPecker Diamond Core Bits

Posted on 14 April 2021 by cradmin

Weha RockPecker Diamond Core Bits are wet diamond core bits that have a free cutting bond and design to quickly drill holes in granite, marble, quartz, engineered stone, quartzite, cultured marble, limestone, travertine and other stones.

According to the company these thin wall core bits, with only a 2mm thick diamond rim, will “bite” into the stone quickly and drill through the stone swiftly. These wet diamond core bits are made with a special bond that favors the hardness of quartz materials, along with the resin that they are made with, to drill very fast and very clean.

The RockPecker Diamond Core Bits come in a large variety of sizes for drilling any hole needed.
• Wet only
• 2mm thick rim
• Total length: 3 3/8-in. (85mm)
• Drilling depth: 2-in. (50mm)
• 5/8-11 thread
• Recommended RPM: between 1800-4500 rpm

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Braxton-Bragg Expands Viper Brand Line of Products

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Braxton-Bragg Expands Viper Brand Line of Products

Posted on 02 August 2019 by cradmin

The newest addition to the Braxton-Bragg Viper Brand is the Venom premium line of blades and core bits, created with new technology specifically to cut and core quartzite, and dense granite. This addition makes the Viper line a complete offering for fabricating all hard surfaces.

Venom blades are specifically designed to cut smoother and faster through more dense and unique surfaces.

“We conducted a test at BACA to see how well our new Venom technology performs, and our Venom blades cut 3cm granite at 215 inches per minute,” said Matt Maples, Braxton-Bragg product manager. “I would put that speed up against industry standards any day.”

Viper blades and core bits, and Venom blades, are now color-coded to specify the material for which they are designed. Black is for granite, white is for quartzite, red cuts Ultra Compact Surfaces,  yellow denotes porcelain and silver is for marble.  

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