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    Quadsaw square hole cutter

    Drill attachment for cutting squares and rectangles in drywall. Narrow application, aggressively priced, and designed for cutting in a single medium, but an interesting tool nonetheless:



    More: https://quadsaw.com/

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    Interesting, but it would have been much more "fair" if the other guy had Variable Speed Oscillating Multi-Tool

    Seems kinda hokey until you use one. They have tons of different blades and the blades by Bosch are really good. There are big half moon wood cutting blades that would go through Sheetrock like butter. The metal cutting blades are worth their weight in gold IMHO since they can do things that no other tool can do. Saved me many times.

    Personally I hate how these ads always have some bumbling idiot pitted against them. I've watched electricians cut a hole with a box cutter and a keyhole saw quicker than you can blink. Guess that comes with doing it who knows how many times a day.

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    Ran across this a while back from QBits. About 1/5 the price but limited to one size. Here is their website with a video. Should work with any oscillating multi-tool.
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    Well ain't that interesting! I would think those opposed cutters wouldn't be as efficient all tied together but I'm mostly wrong. Good eye Wiz.

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    I used a multi-tool this weekend to cut a section out of plaster coving. Quadsaw square hole cutter-img_20170211_135302.jpg
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    Looks like an nice square cut. Pretty cool tool.


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