(PRWEB UK) 18 July 2014
Working with the wrong tools for the job can be an exercise in frustration. This is the situation many precision engineers and hobbyists often face, especially “do it yourself” (DIY) home hobbyists, until they realise there's a better way and a resource out there designed to meet their needs. For everyone from glass engravers, to craft makers, jewellery makers, and horologists, this resource is being increasingly identified as the UK's Eternal Tools. One of Eternal Tools successful products is their small diamond drill bits that work with common home hobby Dremel drills. This product opens up whole new doors of possibility for DIY enthusiasts and has been winning the company unprecedented praise.
“It's really wonderful how our Small Diamond Drills Bits have become so successful,” commented a spokesperson from the company. “It's a testament to them being a superior product that allows our customers so much more freedom to be creative and to do precision work, without making a huge investment. That's one of our goals here at Eternal Tools – providing high quality, affordable tools that our customers really need, delivered with superior customer service!”
The small diamond drill bits come in a number of different sizes ranging from 0.75mm to 3.00mm, with a number of size increments in between. A Dremel 4486 Mulit Chuck or a Dremel 4485 Collet Nut Kit is required to hold the small bits, unless the drill used has an attachment, according to the company.
Discounted prices are offered according to the number of drills ordered. Find out more here: http://www.eternaltools.com/diamond-drill-bits
Customers continue to throw their recommendations behind this product, and Eternal Tool's customer-centric service, fully.
Dave Edwards, from the UK, recently said, “Just to let you know, the drill bits I ordered worked a treat. I’ve been using them on different types of gemstones to make necklace pendants, and also to increase the existing inner diameter. I will be ordering more in the near future. Great service by the way!”
About Eternal Tools:
Eternal Tools has 15 years of experience offering a precision range of diamond and tungsten carbide tools for use on hard materials including glass, stone, ceramics, gems, and hard metals. All of their products are available to purchase on their website: http://www.eternaltools.com