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Posted · Drywall Circular Saw

I need to install a dozen flush ceiling LED lighting fixtures, cutting twelve 6 inch round holes with a handsaw doesn't appeal to me.. so..:
3/16" drill bit goes in center hole as a guide.



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Posted · Drywall Circular Saw
On 5/24/2022 at 11:10 AM, geert_2 said:

Isn't that going to melt? What material are you going to cut? Let us know how it went.

Drywall.    I've used this design before on smaller holes..   just run it kinda slow and let it do the work, it's great and beats the HECK out of cutting with a hand or scroll saw

ASA is super strong.

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    Posted · Drywall Circular Saw
    On 5/24/2022 at 4:22 PM, GregValiant said:

    Aw c'mon @geert_2, this is Model A.  When he gets to Model L it will have slots to hold the single edge razor blades.  That's what he'll use for the last hole.

    Lasers..   all I want is a saw with fricken lasers!

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    Posted · Drywall Circular Saw

    Yes, for drywall I can imagine that it would work. I had to look-up the word drywall; here in Belgium it is usually called "gyproc", after a brand name. And everything is better than cutting with a hand saw...   :-)



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