cutting plasterboard (drywall) for studwork involves measuring, marking
and cutting using a combination of knife or saw, baton, T-Square, pencil
and tape measure - a real handful if time is pressing.
With a tri square and Tri-Blade you can make a clean and accurate cut
or trim in four simple steps.
- Rest the plasterboard vertically on a footlifter or rocking wedge
- Set your depth range and cut the first side
- Cut the opposite side adjacent the original cut
- Snap off the off-cut
Job done. The plasterboard has an accurate edge cut with little or no
hassle. Nice and easy with plenty of time left over to have a cup of tea!