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    anyone know where i can buy a rotozip router.

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    company called jaymac - online they cal them selves thetoolshop - just google it

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    I'm using a Fein Multimaster on the Fermacell Jase. It's doing a neat quick cut.

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    Tony
    Never having used a Drywall router, why is it better/different to a padsaw.
    Method of use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian S View Post
    Tony
    Never having used a Drywall router, why is it better/different to a padsaw.
    Method of use?
    I use a pad saw normally, but the Fermacell is hard as f*** so the Multimaster makes it a doddle.

    Personally I think the rotozips make a mess of plasterboard, but maybe I have only seen a bad one working. Like everything, you get what you pay for.

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