The invention allows contractors and DIYers to easily cut clean and accurate holes in drywall and similar materials while collecting cutting dust at the same time.
Inventor Simon J. Sedgwick of Aurora, ON has created a tool that allows contractors and DIYers to easily cut clean and accurate holes in drywall and similar materials while collecting cutting dust at the same time.
Drywall is perhaps the most common interior wall surface used in the world today. It is easy to work with, low-cost, and looks great when finished. There are many instances where new drywall must be cut around obstacles or existing drywall must be cut during remodeling operations. This is most typically done with a jigsaw or saws-all, which gets the work done, but results in a rough cut and a high amount of dust. Additionally, the blades of such tools extend beyond the rear surface of the drywall where they can contact the building structure, wiring, or plumbing with disastrous results. Inventor Sedgwick has created a means by which drywall can be easily cut without these disadvantages.
This clever new invention has an integral vacuum system, circular cutting blade, and low profile handheld design. It is battery operated. The sighting guide assists with straight cuts. The use of the Dustless Drywall Cutting Tool provides the ability to cut drywall in a manner which is not only quick, easy, and effective, but safe and dust-free as well.