Multipurpose Drill & Bits
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$3.95 – $54.95
When you need to terminate the end of a long crack or open up a tight rock chip, it’s time to bust out the drill.
This is an advanced windshield repair technique. With the Zoom, drilling is rarely needed. Always practice on a piece of scrap glass before drilling a repair.
To drill or not to drill – we hear it all the time. Drilling can be tricky, and with the Zoom system, it’s rarely necessary. However, it’s smart to have a drill on hand when you need to terminate the end of a crack or open up a tight break.
Not into drilling? The Drill & Polishing Pack does so much more than just drill. This 3-in-1 tool includes cork attachments for easy break massaging (to encourage resin flow) and quickly polishes pits to perfection so you can do more repairs in less time
The Drill & Polishing Pack includes:
- 3-speed Drill
- USB Charger
- (2) Drill Bits
- Size: 1/16
- (2) Collets
- Sizes: 1/16, 3/32
- (2) Pit-polishing Posts with (2) Cork Attachments
When you need a resupply, drill bits and polishing accessories can be purchased separately through the options above.
To Prepare the Drill: Load the chuck with the desired collet size and either a drill bit or pit polishing post. Twist the chuck to the left until tightened. To loosen the chuck, press and hold the silver button on the drill and twist the chuck to the right.
For Drilling: Using the 1/16 collet and drill bit attachments, carefully drill into the center of the impact point starting at low speed. Use caution to prevent drilling too deep into the glass and impacting the interior PVC layer.
Drilling is an advanced windshield repair technique. With the Zoom injector, drilling is rarely needed. Always practice on a piece of scrap glass before drilling a repair.
For Massaging: Load the drill with a 3/32 collet and pit-polishing posts. During the injection cycle, run the cork at medium speed against the inside of the windshield. Lightly massage until the legs of the break are filled with resin.
For Polishing: Load the drill with a 3/32 collet and pit-polishing posts. Apply a small drop of Pit Polish to the fully cured and scraped repair. Turn on the drill to medium speed and polish in a circular motion for 5-10 seconds.