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Tech Team 00756 Setting Up and Using a 6 Inch Hole Saw



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Tech team number seven five six hole-saw

includes the six inch saw and Arbor with

a pilot drill a drive pin yoke and a nut

to assemble the saw it's fairly simple

take the arbor with the pilot drill

insert it into the saw snap it into

place

thusly take the drive pin yoke put it

over the top hit the pins into the holes

then take the nut with the open side

down and thread it on to the stem of the

arbor hand tight is sufficient using the

hole saw is a fairly simple affair

simply put the shaft of the auger into

your drill and tighten it in place using

your hole saw as a simple affair simply

put the pilot drill in the center of

where you want to drill the hole then

using the low speed setting on the drill

begin to make your hole

apply steady gradual pressure

this is how the start of the process

looks after a few seconds of using the

whole saw what you see here is the

outline of the hall and the pilot hall

now if we were to continue cutting

through from this side all the way what

would happen is that the wood fibers on

the other side would end up tearing up

and leaving a slightly ragged edge to

the hole in order to avoid that what you

want to do is turn your piece of wood

around or go to the other side of it and

then finish drilling the hole from the

other side we started a hole on the

other side and now we're going to

complete it on this side don't expect a

result in a hurry because you're cutting

a rather large circle out of a piece of

wood success you'll also notice that we

have a nice clean finished edge on both

sides