I've found that one of those saw tooth forstner bits are pretty fast on
something like plywood... lot less vibration than a spade bit, too.. the
vibration is what messes up my body..
I think I'd probably try a hole saw with a right angle drill.. easier on the
shoulder when you're working over head..
Also, it's a lot cheaper and easier to pay a neighborhood kid $20 to do the
grunt work and save your body for the fun stuff... *g*
and buy a extender for the bit to help on the length...
You can stack those extenders and make it long enough to really
help out in the drilling.
I would be using a "slow" turning 1/2" drill with a handle
for this job.
Buddy Matlosz wrote:
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