Plunge Cutting in a Countertop

Duration: 6:44

So you’ve finished your newest woodworking masterpiece, a brand new desk for your office, and you plan on using your computer, but you don’t want exposed cords making your work space look cluttered or untidy. Using an Oscillating Multi-tool from Bosch, George demonstrates plunge cutting holes in the countertop so these cords have easy access and your office stays neat.

Oscillating Multi-tool provided by Bosch. For more information, visit www.boschtools.com.

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2 Responses to “Plunge Cutting in a Countertop”
  1. kmy
    kmy

    Where’s the video showing how you made the wooden grommet? Why did you choose to do this as a square hole vs round? Seems to me, round would have been easier and equally as effective.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello. Yes, it would have been easier and equally effective to go with a round grommet. In this case it was just a design choice. Unfortunately we did not capture a video on the wooden grommet project, as the video was mainly produced to show the process of plunge cutting the opening using a this type of tool.
      Thanks
      Paul-WWGOA

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