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  1. brizospark
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    brizospark Electrician's Arms

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    for cutting out plasterboard for mounting boxes - which one is best?
     
  2. telectrix
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    fein.....
     
  3. AlanWirral
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    Bosch multi tool over here....
     
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  5. danzor
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    Irwin/Stanley. a pad saw is a pad saw unless its blunt it'll make a horrible job of the plaster
     
  6. D Skelton
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    I use a stanley fatmax. Cuts plasterboard like a knife through butter. Pretty sure I only paid a tenner for it as well :)
     
  7. telectrix
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    padsaws are the reason dry lining boxes have a flange on them. to cover the diabolical rough edges after the saw has ragged the board.
     
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  8. spinlondon
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    Swiss Army knife.
     
  9. cjp1
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  10. D Skelton
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    So they're not there to stop it from falling back into the stud wall cavity then? :D
     
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  11. GLENNSPARK
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    My boss has one and its better than the other pile of $%&* he`s got in the tote bag. I find it easy to pearce the board without it knocking a big chunk out the back......
     
  12. telectrix
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    that's what expandy foam is for!! :13:
     
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  13. D Skelton
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    Jesus Christ! I only thought that was for filling yer pals tool boxes with! I never knew it was for anything useful! :)
     
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  14. spinlondon
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    Tel hasn't got any pals, he kept filling their toolboxes with expandy foam.
    He now has to find other uses for the stuff.
     
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  15. mayfair
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    Works well up a exhaust pipe
     
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