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The Wood Eater hole saw cuts up to six times faster than conventional hole saws, the company says, thanks to two special eye teeth and extra-deep gullets.

September 30, 2001

Vermont American

The Wood Eater hole saw cuts up to six times faster than conventional hole saws, the company says, thanks to two special eye teeth and extra-deep gullets. The eye teeth and gullets are spaced 180 degrees apart to speed removal of excess wood chips. The product’s cobalt-steel cutting edge is designed to cut 2-inch dimensional lumber in one pass.

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