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Small Openings

Not all small openings need to be round. While many small holes are core or stitch drilled, the time saved with a square hole may reduce costs. A small opening can be made in as little as 5 minutes with Oregon® concrete power cutters.
Chain saw scoring a square shape into a concrete wall

Step 1

 Score cut the opening on all 4 sides – 2 minutes.
Chain saw cutting a square shape into a concrete wall

Step 2

Plunge cut each side starting at the center of each cut and working toward the corners – 3 minutes.
Metal pipe being inserted into a square hole cut into a concrete wall

The Result

A small opening, with perfect corners and no overcuts.
Total Elapsed Time: 5 minutes

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