hole saw


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hole saw

[′hōl ‚sȯ]
(design engineering)

crown saw, cylinder saw, hole saw

A rotary saw used to cut round holes; has teeth along the edge of a hollow cylinder.
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In general, the smaller the difference between the hole saw diameters, the smaller the bending stress component.
Morse Company introduces seven new hole saw kits to its Master Cobalt line of hole saws.
A double-bogey at the 16th hole saw Els blow a winning chance at The Heritage last week and the 33-year-old said he was sickened by the way he fell away from the front.
Simply press the button, the one with the cute little spider on it, and slide off the hole saw.
Davies' round got off to a poor start, with a bogey on the first, but he got the shot back at the second before birdies at the fourth, 11th, 14th, 16th and then the final hole saw him end the day on a positive note.
GOLF: Padraig Harrington will miss the US Open for the second successive year after a bogey on the 36th hole saw him fall out of a play-off in qualifying at Walton Heath.
I have never tried it but my understanding is that a diamond core is used to cut though the enamel paint then use a bi-metal hole saw for plastics, wood, cast iron and other metals, to cut the lid.
I have never tried it but my understanding is that a diamond core is used to cut though the enamel paint then use a bi metal hole saw for plastics, wood, cast iron and other metals, to cut though the lid.
By simply attaching an adapter to each hole saw, the hole saw can be instantly attached to and removed from the arbor with the press of a button.
My understanding is that a diamond core is used to cut though the enamel paint and then a bi metal hole saw (used for plastics, wood, cast–iron and other metals) to cut the lid.
Dredge's first birdie arrived at the par-four second and a two at the next hole saw another shot picked up.