|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|07-19-2006 12:18 PM|
1. Tape the finished side before you cut, no matter what you use to cut it
2. Draw a line just shy of what you need. You can cut to there and then cut a bit more where needed.
3. I've finished cuts with a dremmel or similar tool.
|07-19-2006 12:11 PM|
|SailorMitch||Spiral cutter (Roto-Zip) is another good option. But do use tape to protect the gelcoat from chipping and scarring.|
|07-19-2006 11:21 AM|
|TrueBlue||I've had good results by using a reciprocating jig saw with a fine tooth blade. Be sure to protect the gelcoat by applying a wide masking tape border to the gel-coat surface, before marking the cut. Naturally, the interior finish needs to be considered as well.|
|07-19-2006 10:57 AM|
We have bought new ports for our boat. There are two sizes but the larger one is a little bigger than the actual cutout for the old ports. I was just wondering what is the best tool to use for cutting the openings a little larger. There is also a curved spigot in the new ports that wasn't there before. Thanks!