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The Quadsaw Lets Your Drill Cut a Square Hole

by Conner Flynn
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Drills make round holes. That’s just the way it is. You can’t drill a square hole with a drill. Or can you? Yes you can, and without reaching for the saw. A new accessory called the Quadsaw lets your drill cut square and rectangular holes, and it is faster than using an electric saw.

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It actually makes sense when you look at the Quadsaw’s design. It uses the drill to power a set of four reciprocating saw blades that work together to cut either a square or rectangular hole once it sets a center point with the drill bit. It’s a game changer for installing outlet boxes in drywall. However it does look like it only drills two pre-set sizes of hole.

Coming from a UK-based company, the Quadsaw is priced at £199 (~$250 USD), which isn’t cheap, but well worth it if you’re in a profession where you need to cut lots of square holes.

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[via New Atlas via Gizmodo]

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