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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The irritation and tedium of this task made using a hole saw one of the most-loathed steps on an install.
You'll need a saber, jig, coping, or band saw for cutting out the heart, a drill with 3/32-, 5/32-, and 1/4-inch bits, a router with a straight bit and 1/4-inch rounding-over bit, a hole saw with a diameter slightly larger than your mirror's diameter (optional), and sandpaper.
[USPRwire, Tue Jun 25 2019] Diamond hole saws are widely used in construction industry for drilling circular holes in different applications as these saws reduce the man power and time, which positively affect the Diamond Hole Saw Market Growth .
[ClickPress, Tue Jun 25 2019] Diamond hole saws are widely used in construction industry for drilling circular holes in different applications as these saws reduce the man power and time, which positively affect the Diamond Hole Saw Market Growth .
The Spaniard's Tin Cup hole saw him dump five consecutive shots into the water protecting the par five.
A DISASTROUS eight at the penultimate hole saw Lee Slattery tumble down the leaderboard in the Avantha Masters at New Delhi in India - and he had to be content with a share of 57th place on level par 288 after a final round 78.
Drill a hole in the water butt using a hole saw drill bit.
A Goosen birdie on the next hole saw Broadhurst slip to two down and although he maintained parity through the next three holes his cause was further dented as he went in to the turn three off the pace.
He dropped a shot at the 16th, but a birdie on the last hole saw him home.
Another birdie on the last hole saw him finish three-under on 69.