Lenox has a New Hole Sawcomments (6) May 3rd, 2011 in Blogs
Video Length: 1:26
Produced by: LENOXTools
Sometimes plugs are easy to remove from a hole saw, other times they're one of the most frustrating parts of a job. When Mike Guertin reviewed hole saws in his article (Boring Into Hole Saws), he found that it's sometimes a matter of the set of the teeth (how much they protrude into the inner circle of the saw), and even a function of the type of paint used to coat the blade.
Lenox just announced the release of a new hole saw that has a stepped channel to help give better leverage for removing a plug. What do you guys think? Good idea, or back to the drawing board?
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