mini angle grinder for wood

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Plunge cutting with a jigsaw is the way forward, much safer than trying to do it with an angle grinder and you can get really tight into walls as well ;)

How do you get past the joists and wall plate?

Turn the jigsaw around so it's resting on the front rather than the sole plate, then go as deep as you want. Once you're in as far as you want to be, draw the jigsaw along the cut. With a little practise it's possible to be reasonably accurate depth-wise

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