Is torque important when drilling hole in ceramic tile?

by robert   Last Updated August 15, 2018 11:21 AM

I want to drill a 2-3cm diameter hole in a ceramic tile. There are diamant coated hole saw bits, and I read that a cordless drill is recommended if water is used for cooling. I own a 10.8V 30Nm torque drill, but there are more powerful 45 and 85Nm verions too. Is my drill machine OK for this, or should I invest in a more powerful one?

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