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DIY Frequently Asked Questions / Compass or Keyhole Saw')">
Cuts curved or straight-sided holes.
- Saw blades are narrow, tapered nearly to a point to fit into most spaces.
- Blades come in three or four styles that can be changed to fit the job.
- Some models have induction-hardened teeth for longer life without sharpening.
- Keyhole saws are small compass saws with finer teeth that can cut metal.
- Turret head keyhole blades can be rotated and locked in several positions for easier cutting in tight, awkward spots.