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RotoZip CRCT1 Circle Cutting Attachment

by RotoZip

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  • Circle-cutting attachment for use with RotoMite and SpiraCut RotoZip tools
  • Circle cutters allow you to make fast, clean, perfect circles in seconds
  • Great for recessed light ceiling cutouts in acoustic tile and drywall
  • Cuts circles from 3-1/2- to 12-inches in diameter
  • Weighs 4-ounces
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RotoZip CRCT1 Circle Cutting Attachment + Roto Zip SC16 1/8-Inch Sab recut  Zip Bit For Wood and Plastic, 16-Pack + RotoZip XB-MP2 Multipurpose X Bit, 2-Pack
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number CRCT1
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions3.3 x 5.7 x 9.9 inches
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Item model numberCRCT1
ColorNA
Power SourceManual
Item Package Quantity1
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ASINB0000224P1
Best Sellers Rank #253,646 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMarch 6, 2001
  
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Product Description

Circle Cutter Attachment For Circles 3-1/2" To 14" In Diameter, Cuts Circles In Ceiling/Acoustical Tile For Round Recessed Lights, Sprinkler Heads, Cuts Circles In Fiberglass Tub Surrounds, Wood Or Drywall, Use Instead Of A Hole Saw, Fits RotoMite & SpiraCut Roto Zip Power Tools.

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This circle-cutting attachment from RotoZip is an accessory for RTM01, SCS01, and SCS02 RotoZip tools. The attachment cuts perfect circles from 3-1/2 to 12 inches in diameter -- in ceiling acoustical tile for round recessed lights, fiberglass tub surrounds, wood, or drywall.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I had a chance to use the circle cutting attachment on a project and it was so nice and easy.
Sarah E. Golding
I found that the center point drifted in these applications, and it was too hard to affix the center point to the material being cut.
Martin Focazio
I had the same problem as others in that the round adapter was missing from the sealed package.
S. Bowyer

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 9, 2000
This rotozip Circle Cutting Attachment is very handy for making almost perfect circular cuts... I've used it a couple of times, and the circles were very accurate... Recommend highly...
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Martin Focazio on June 29, 2001
This is a good solution for certain situations:
- Cutting ceiling tile for hi-hat - Speaker cabinets - Portholes in boats - cutting fiberlass shower stalls for large valve handles
It is NOT good for:
- Cutting arcs in plywood - Tile - Thick wood (over 3/4")
I found that the center point drifted in these applications, and it was too hard to affix the center point to the material being cut.
Like the roto-zip, it's a tool of great usefulness in specific situations. I'd never get rid of my Jig-Saw, which picks up where this tool leaves off.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Brian_C on October 15, 2000
This cuts great circular holes and it's easy to use. The only bad thing I quickly noticed is that if you are trying to cut in a circular hole in a ceiling the airflow that normally keeps the cutting area clear blows the dust everywhere. It makes a big mess and throws more dust and debris in your face then using a circular saw or sawzall. It only rates 2 stars.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 3, 2001
I bought the Circle cutting attachment for cutting circular holes in a plaster ceiling for can lights. Previously I have used an electric jigsaw for this, but the RotoZip is wonderful as long as you use a 1/8" solid carbide bit. Also be sure to drill a starting hole because of the danger of breaking the bit on the first insertion.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sarah E. Golding on May 20, 2001
Ok. So I bought the cutting attachment for my dad for Christmas and ever since he has been practically obsessed with making bird houses and cutting holes in things. This is a really great way to make consistant and easy circles with your Rotozip. I had a chance to use the circle cutting attachment on a project and it was so nice and easy. Just imagine no more using a compass to draw out a circle and then attempting to cut it out freehand--with to rotozip circle attachment you get perfect circles every time. It is so nice and easy for people of all different levels of skill. I recommend it!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steven L. Goldstein on March 17, 2003
I needed to cut a 9 1/2" circle in a woodworking project I was building out of 3/4" thick red oak. I don't own a bandsaw yet, so I can't make circle cuts like Norm does on New Yankee Workshop. So I decided to buy one of these to use with my Rotozip.
A lot of people are complaining that the Rotozip can't go through plywood. I don't know if that's true, but it sure did a nice job cutting though oak. It didn't leave a perfectly smooth circle, since it's hard to keep the Rotozip perfectly verticle while making the cut. But it did a better job than I could have done by drawing a circle on the lumber then making a cut with a jigsaw. I was able to easily sand smooth any irregularities.
So if you have a Rotozip and you need to make **almost** perfect circles, this is a good way to go.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 27, 2000
I fell for the Rotozip info-commercial. According to the RotoZip commercials, the Rotozip can cut nearly everything and very fast. I'm surprised that they did not show that the Rotozip can do all this on it's own! I tried the Rotozip on ½ plywood... the bit dulled in about 1/20 of the circumference and then just burned the wood and would not cut anymore. I tried several bits and several materials and had similar results. The ONLY thing the Rotozip is useful for is cutting thin plastic or Sheet Rock. Do not purchase it for anything else! I will be returning my purchase. Signed, a very experienced woodworker.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Logan L. Gabriel on October 6, 2009
I read all the other reviews and do no it share the sentiment. I found it to be a great tool. i use it for everything i would normally use my jig saw for. I find it to be great on plywood, drywall, plaster, vinyl siding, and pine, and just about everything else. I haven't touched my jig saw since purchasing the Rotozip about a year ago. I think that's too bad about the folks who have bad luck with it but to each their own i guess. Good luck all!
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