Lyn Waddington made this motherboard ring by cutting out the discs using an 18mm core drill bit, then smoothed off the edges with a 600 grit flat diamond file. It was then set in resin before mounting.
Blue Moon Mosaic
Diamond core drills can be used to create circles by coring out holes in tiles, as shown here in Christine Lloyd Walkers mosaic piece 'Blue Moon'.
Earrings by Mo Mo Jewellery 'Budding Twigs'
Margaret Liu of Mo Mo Jewellery uses 0.75mm diamond drill bits to drill holes into her tiny beads to make these lovely 'Budding Twigs' earrings.
Rutland Clocks Repairs
Obsidian Macrame Ring
For the stone to hold in the thread, Priscilla Thenard of Kapriscrea uses small diamond drills to drill a curve all around the stone. She then makes it hold by pressure when knotting the thread around the stone. No glue is used.
Clock and Wall Hangings by Fuse-n-Beads
Fused glass clock and wall hangings by Judith at Fuse-n-Beads.
Cake Stand by Fuse-n-Beads
Make a cake stand like this one here by Judith from Fuse-n-Beads using plates, a spindle set and a diamond core drill.
The Interlopers by Tessa Farmer
Glass Engraving of a Panda by Diamond Dust Engraving.
Lenore Giesbrecht shares with us her engraving of a panda on a glass tumbler, engraved using our tools.
Beach Pebble with Inlaid silver by Pianeta Jewellery
Mary Barker of Pianeta Jewellery and Metal Arts used a diamond slitting disc to cut the slot into this beach pebble and a diamond drill bit to undercut the slot, then inlaid with .999 silver.