One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A tool for making circular holes, consisting of a metal cylinder with a toothed edge.
- ‘Other useful attachments include hole saw blades, spade bits, buffing disks and depth stops, screw driving bits, sanding disks, or even a power grinder.’
- ‘To create a clean, splinter-free hole, always drill from both sides of the door with your hole saw.’
- ‘My old man also has a 27 mm metal hole saw someplace, which will prove much easier for cutting holes than using a jigsaw.’
- ‘Drill a starter hole using a hole saw.’
- ‘Remove the hole saw and start drilling again from the other side of the door.’
- ‘The lock manufacturer will specify the size of the hole saw.’
- ‘Cut the appropriate size holes in the panel as traced in Step 2 using a hole saw bit in an electric drill.’
- ‘To drill counter-mounted faucet holes, use an electric drill and an appropriately sized hole saw or spade bit.’
- ‘Drilling can be done with many of the same tools you use for drilling wood or metal, including twist drills, brad point drill bits, spade bits or a hole saw with a pilot bit.’
- ‘Use a hole saw and electric hand drill to make the holes in the center of the wheels for the axle to run through.’
- ‘To make the holes, he uses a drill with a hole saw bit (an attachment for cutting a door to install the doorknob).’
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