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Best way to cut aqua panel?

Discussion in 'Plastering & Rendering Projects' started by Cornelius, Oct 26, 2017.

  1. Cornelius

    Cornelius Well-Known Member

    grinder is dusty, saw is slow, Stanley knife isn't quite up to it and constantly changing blades? Going with the knife at the moment...
     
  2. Dansouthcoast84

    Dansouthcoast84 Private Member

    i use a skill saw
     
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  3. Cornelius

    Cornelius Well-Known Member

    Just gave the grinder another go, apart from the dust it's the best of my options today I think, have you got a dust bag attached to your saw Dan?
     
  4. TonyM

    TonyM Private Member

    Circular saw attached to hoover


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  5. Dansouthcoast84

    Dansouthcoast84 Private Member

    na as above a hoover or stand the other side of thw outlet and wear a mask.

    just a cheap saw will do. so quick
     
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  6. Wayners

    Wayners Active Member

    Saw and vac is best. Been looking at spiral saws with vacuum attachments but not many about. Think they would be great though
     
  7. zolco

    zolco Private Member


    Saw and extractor ideally you need an m class one
     
  8. jimbo71

    jimbo71 Active Member

    After a bit of searching i found this, bit cheaper than an m class hoover, its from Hardie boards, had it years,
     

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  9. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    But m class Hoover will save your lungs (y)
     
  10. owls

    owls Private Member

    Jigzaw with a universal blade in it.easy.
     
  11. jimbo71

    jimbo71 Active Member

    But m class Hoover will save your lungs (y)

    Yeah i know, ive got one, just thinking of a quick alternative to the knife he's using.
     
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  12. Dropsalot

    Dropsalot Private Member

    I made a gizmo from timber on site ...........basically two lengths of 4x2 with a 12.5mm gap .....fix it to a solid trestle thingy, score the boards with the hardie scoring doodah.....slide between the two timbers.......and snap! ......no dust, no drama, cuts angles and is quite simply a brilliant idea.........( mother is gonna be so proud)....
    :numberone:
     
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