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for spot weld drill bits i get them from belmetric. they will work with a normal drill
for our spot weld drill tool it's a dent fix tool so we use the dent fix bits for it . this tool works good for pinch type welded lips.
i also like the blair premium cutters with the pins.
i like blair products i have there cutter drill but it's a POS when it works it works good the down side is after about two years it broke we sent it back and had it repaired to only break again about a year later. sent it back out had it repaired and now i just use the dent fix tool.
i don't use just one type of cutter for removing spot welds i will use many different ones depending on just where and what the weld is.

most all spot weld removal drills you do not want to have a RPM more then 500. low speed it the key to having them work there best.
i have had many hurt hands from a drill bit slipping off the spot weld and my hand punching the panel. it's just part of the job.
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