- TCT Hole cutters cut holes up to 10x faster and lasts up to15x longer than bi-metal hole saws
- Carbide tipped teeth quickly cut holes in materials that standard bi-metal hole saws will not cut
- 2-1/4″ cutting depth and wide range of sizes from 5/8″ to 6-1/4″ diameter
- Aggressive tooth rake and deep side gullets for both fast cutting and fast plug removal
- ** Arbor and pilot bit NOT INCLUDED- works with all standard 1/2″-20 thread arbors
*** Hole Cutter may be damaged by nail strikes *** Blue Boar Self-Feed Multipurpose TCT tungsten carbide hole cutters
with 2-1/4″ cutting depth are perfect for cutting hard and soft woods,
laminates, acrylics and plastics, plaster, OSB, MDF, fiberglass, chipboard,
sheetrock, Hardie fiber cement board, plywood, chipboard, and
fiber reinforced composites materials. **** These TCT hole cutters will
outperform and outlast dozens of
ordinary self-feed bits (and without the mess) or bi-metal hole saws
(without the time lost prying out the cut plugs). Use a single hole cutter
for every material on the job site. Aggressive cutting tips and the ability
to cut almost every building and construction material makes short work
of any project.
The rake of the TCT teeth and the drop shaped chip
clearance slots allow for easy removal of plugs making for an
uninterrupted drilling process. The 2-1/4″ cutting depth enables its
use for cutting through strapping and joists without ship auger drill bits.
Quickly mounts to any standard 2-pin style hole saw arbor with 1/2″-20 thread or the Hole Pro XL
Arbor for use with Hole Pro dust shields to trap the dust and
shavings and control the cutting depth. The design of these
TCT hole cutters enables drills rated for 3″ maximum hole sizes
in wood when using a bi-metal hole saw, can easily cut holes up to 6-1/4″
diameter in the same materials using the Blue Boar TCT hole cutter.
*** Use with any 2-pin style hole saw arbor with 1/2″-20 thread
** For NAIL FREE materials ***
List Price: $ 14.40
what kind of saw will cut ply wood besides a handsaw?
Suggestion by keith’s a crunt
Best bet is a table saw. Please do not remove your fingers.
Suggestion by toppsy krett
circular saw, jig saw, sawzall, there are many ways to cut plywood. i personally suggest a circular saw, it will give a neat, fast cut.
I don’t reccomend a table saw especially if it is a full sheet of plywood, it’s dangerous and hard to control…
Suggestion by Evil Independent
Circular saw is what most of us use to cut plywood.
Suggestion by trekkie706
any saw will cut plywood, it just depends on how much you want to spend. A skill saw with a circular blade will do the job well, also a reciprocating saw will work and has a lot of other uses besides cutting wood. A handheld jig saw will work making straight cuts or round or angled cuts