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If a drill-powered hole saw seems like overkill for cutting holes in acoustical tile for sprinkler heads, you might rather use a hand-powered saw like this one from Marshalltown.

This lightweight saw quickly and accurately cuts  2-1/2″ holes in acoustic tile — probably with less mess than a powered saw, too.

Marshalltown’s acoustical tile saw runs about $13.

Acoustical Tile Saw [Marshalltown]
Acoustical Tile Saw [ToolDogs.com]


3 Responses to Acoustical Tile Saw

  1. Old Coot says:

    Wonder if this would work on drywall.

  2. Eric says:

    It is incredible what you can achieve with a good tile saw. This has been helpful but I will keep looking to be able to compare the available machines. Thank you for posting this.

  3. Luke says:

    Its funny for a second there I thought the title was for a musical hole saw for use with porcelain tile 😉

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