Saturday, September 3, 2016

Peep Hole - Part 4 of 6 - Drilling the Hole

Fig.1 -3/16 Bit
By Gary Boutin

Tools and Supplies:
Ryobi 12 Volt Cordless Drill
Drill Bit 3/16 
Hole Saw 1-3/4
Prime-Line Products U 9917 Giant Screen Viewer
Vacuum cleaner

Mrs. Black wanted a Giant Screen Viewer peep hole on her front door to be able to see people at her door.

This post shows the six steps that shows the installation of the hole for the U 9917 Giant Screen Viewer. 

Step 1: This was not a new install. The door had an existing peep hole so the guide bit was not needed. Fig.1 shows the 3/16 drill bit and fig.2 shows the drill bit can be placed either at the bottom or the top of this larger hole. Fig.3 shows the bottom of the peep hole was chosen..

Fig.2 Pilot hole 
for hole saw
Fig.3 Pilot hole
finished
Step 2: Fig.4 shows a Ryobi 12 Volt Cordless Drill with a 1-3/4 hole saw and place the hole saw bit in the bottom hole. Next it will take time to get through the door skin. 
Fig.4 Sawing the door
Tip: Let the saw to the work, do not push this will damage the hole saw teeth.

Step 3: Fig.5 shows picture below shows the hole through the door skin (fiberglass) and through the core of the front door. 
Fig.5 Interior side is done
Step 4: Fig.6 shows the use the same drill and the same hole saw and continue to the exterior (outside) to saw the hole completely through the door. 
Fig.6 Saw through the door
Step 5: Cleanup: Now that the hole is cut and it is time to clean the door. Fig.7 shows the clean the inside of the hole too.
Fig.7 Clean up
Step 6: The easiest way to clean the dust from both sides of the door is to use a vacuum cleanerFig.8 shows the difference between a dusted door and a vacuumed door. Fig.9 shows the new Giant View Screen the area is cleaned and ready for the installation. The next post will show the installation of the U 9917 Giant Screen Viewer.
Fig.8 Dusted door
Fig.9 New clean vacuumed door
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