Sun, Jul 18, 2004, 7:35pm (EDT-1) snipped-for-privacy@linuxmail.DOT.org (edard) says:
Saw about half way through then come at it from the other side if
possible. This minimizes splintering and allows easy removal of the
The splintering is never a problem with me, because I always use a
sacrificial piece of wood. However, this way does allow some of the
wood to stick out, making it a lot easier to pull it out. I would
suggest leting the holesaw come to a complete stop before you try to
pry, or pull, the wood out. But, that's up to you.
We've got a lot of experience of not having any experience.
- Nanny Ogg