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PostSubject: metal cutting round hole saws   Fri Sep 06, 2013 7:30 am

I've had to cut some round and oddball shapes lately up to 3 1/2inches, I found that the Milwaukee metal cutting hole saws does great job with nice neat crisp edges. the saws are aggressive and don't need a lot of pressure to operate. I like these saws better as they don't walk around/vibrate and leave sharp edges that will cut thru the wiring grommets.
I also purchased a set of Milwaukee metal shears that also do a fantastic job.
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