Quadsaw Cuts Square Holes In Drywall Quickly And Accurately

Posted on Nov 3 2016 - 11:57am by Ty G


If you are a contractor or electrician you know how important it is to have the right tool for the job at hand. Until now, there wasn’t a specific/easy to use tool for cutting holes/rectangles in drywall. Well there is now, the Quadsaw.

The Quadsaw attaches to a standard drill and makes quick work of cutting perfect squares and rectangles. While this isn’t something the average Joe at home needs, builders, contractors, and electricians should take note.

Market research has shown that it takes around five minutes for an electrician to mark up and cut a square hole socket for a plug (including making good). With 250,000 electricians in the UK cutting around three holes each working day, there are almost 200 million square holes cut each year (based on 256 working days).

If all of them were using QUADSAW this would save approx. 16 million hours in work. Building companies would save approx. £320 million a year (based on average worker pay of £20/hr.) in the UK alone and more globally.

Pictures and video of the Quadsaw after the break.

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