USING THE KEYHOLE SAW
WEAR PROPER EYE PROTECTION TO
AVOID FLYING WOOD CHIPS OR
To make an inside-out cut, first drill a hole (1) large
enough to admit the point of the saw.
Insert the saw blade (2) and start to cut slowly, with
a minimum of pressure.
Be careful not to twist the blade too sharply, as the
narrow blade will easily bend.
USING THE HACKSAW
WEAR PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR TO
AVOID FLYING METAL CHIPS.
Insert the correct blade (1) in the hacksaw frame (2)
and adjust wing nut (3) for proper tension.