Catalog pictures are nice but how about we get USED feed back & pictures!
After hundreds of notches there has been no issues, works as well as it did new. Biggest difference for our shop going to the JD Squared model is the hole saw stays straight and true, the holesaw teeth do not chip or dull. The drill has NEVER grabbed and twisted out of our hands. Using a drill with adjustable speed is key and cutting oil as needed (on thick cuts only) Pressure on the cut as needed (by feel, metal chips, sound???? don't know how to explain) Watch the JD2 youtube video.
Pictured is 3 1/8" holesaw cutting 2x2x.188 SQ tube for Bull release gate bottoms. Cut time is around 45sec. clean true cut again and again, we cut close to 30 pieces back to back and the holesaw is just as sharp as when we started. If you have used notchers before look at the picture closely, you can see the paint on the holesaw is all there except for the teeth where it cuts. True straight cut!:smokin:
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