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The Best Tools to Cut Fiberglass Panels – 2019

Nowadays Fiberglass material are used for many projects especially for sound absorption and thermal insulation. So they are used as a reinforcement material for molded and laminated plastics.

You must be familiar with rising demand of fiberglass pol versus concrete. Fiberglass pool are safe, stronger and 20% cheaper now to install! Fiberglass included projects’ ongoing costs are also lower due to less maintenance, chemicals and energy consumption.

Without any delay, lets look at the ways to Cut Fiberglass Panels. So this completely depends on TOOLS you choose. Cutting fiberglass panels isn’t difficult, but keeping them from splintering, chipping, or throwing harmful fibers is.

Protect yourself by covering face, body, Wear glass. Don’t harm yourself being stupid.

Multi speed oscillating power tool

A trimmer is lightweight and powerful, and it easily cuts through hard fiberglass, such as that used in paneling. Plus, you can choose between 3-, 4-, and 5-inch trimmers.

Jigsaw

Easily use jigsaw to cut the fiberglass paneling BUT you use a blade made for cutting metal. Fiberglass is hard and will quickly dull any wood-cutting blade. The jigsaw will work better than some other saws if you need to saw curves in the panel. Tools options are shown below.

Circular Saw

Most of the time people use Circular Saw with rounded metal cutting blades. Tools options are shown below. Sometimes referred to as a “skill saw,” the circular saw works well if you’re cutting a straight line, and if you’re using a blade with fine teeth. For a better cut, use a clamp to hold the panel in place.

Hacksaw

Hacksaw is also an option because it has a fine blade, but it will require more work and will take longer time to cut through.

Router

A router is just a height-adjustable motor that can apply finishing touches and detail work and can cut fancy shapes. If you choose to use a router to cut your panels, use a blade with a fine edge that will make clean and smooth edge cuts. One downfall to using a router is that it leaves sharp edges and creates fiberglass dust that’s dangerous to inhale.

Final Verdict:

Multi speed oscillating power tool is the best value for the money. I would say its actually smart and practical choice which save money and job gets done perfectly.

Gary Harris
 

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