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Old 09-12-2013, 05:18 PM   #1
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Hardie Stucco panels


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I am facing an outdoor kitchen with hardie stucco panels. I know you you can score and snap the boards like dry wall for long cuts. What is the best way to cut out geometric shapes. For instance I will need to cut a 2.5 ft cut out on on side about 6 inches tall for my grill insert. What is the best way to do this? And is there a better way to cut rather then scoring and snapping.

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A ciruler saw with a diamond blade, or the blade made just for Hardee with less teeth.
I've also used a Roto Zip with a tile cutting bit.

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