[rescue] raised flooring q... cutting pieces to fit
mark at tqhosting.com
Wed Dec 18 12:39:58 CST 2002
I used my cheapo 4.5" angle grinder to cut some tiles over the summer to
add holes for wires and stuff.
A 1/16th inch disc would be best. If you don't have an angle grinder, you
can get one at your local cheap toolstore or harbor frieght for $20
On Wed, 18 Dec 2002, Patrick Giagnocavo +1.717.201.3366 wrote:
> As you folks know, I installed a raised floor in my colo over the
> I did everything but an approx. 18" strip along two walls, i.e. there
> is an L-shaped area that does not have raised flooring.
> I have the extra tiles but am wondering how best to cut them to fit
> (they are 24" square and 0.375 inch steel plate covered by linoleum).
> Does anyone have experience with say a reciprocating saw or the
> RotoZip tools that have a metal-cutting bit?
> What does the combined wisdom of the list suggest?
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