QUADSAW’s unique four-blade technology enables it to cut square holes quickly and easily.
The blades are specifically designed to cut through plaster board to create a perfect square or rectangle.
Because the QUADSAW cuts cleanly and accurately it is possible to fit light switches and sockets that fit flush with the wall, avoiding the need for a fitting that sits proud of the wall. No need to hide your mess anymore.
Because QUADSAW’s patented blades cut efficiently and accurately it minimises the dust created when making the cuts. This reduces the need for post fitting cleaning up.
The QUADSAW cuts cleanly and accurately avoiding making good and snagging, thereby saving time and money.
Durable handle ensures maximum grip and height adjuster makes drilling at regulated height easier than ever.
Expert design means you can rely on the best quality finish and highest levels of accuracy.
The unique blades ensure that the QUADSAW does not cut any wires or pipes within a wall recess. The QUADSAW cuts to a prescribed depth. A pad saw can possibly cut hidden wires and pipes.
QUADSAW works in conjunction with a power drill. As a guide it works best with drills that produce 1,800 rpm or greater.
The ruler on the protective cover and in-built spirit levels allow for multiple evenly spaced cuts to be made without any marking up
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Designed by experts and built for you, QUADSAW’s innovative design and ease of use makes it the perfect addition to any toolbox.
Market research has shown that it takes around five minutes for an electrician to mark up and cut a square hole socket for a plug (including making good). With 250,000 electricians in the UK cutting around three holes each working day, there are almost 200 million square holes cut each year (based on 256 working days).
If all of them were using QUADSAW this would save approx. 16 million hours in work. Building companies would save approx. £320 million a year (based on average worker pay of £20/hr.) in the UK alone and more globally.
Michael was born and raised in Eritrea (East Africa) from a family of irrigation farmers, and was exposed to all kinds of engineering at an early age. Looking into the sky one day while working with his father, Michael asked: “how does that thing fly, it doesn’t have wings like birds?” When his father replied: “son, if you wanted to know that, you have to study,” Michael knew his career ahead lay in engineering.
Aged 15, Michael started full training to become a qualified engineering technician working on a number of workshop techniques, including milling, lathes, boring and welding. War in Eritrea brought Michael to the shores of England as a refugee looking to continue his education. Soon after, he earned a BTEC national diploma in engineering, a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a higher degree in Engineering Product Design.
Following his studies Michael developed a growing list of ideas, sketches and concepts but was looking for the right partner to work with him. In 2012, he met Ean Brown, who, in his words, “had two ears and one mouth and used them in that proportion”. Having clicked immediately, the pair has never looked back.
Ean is a self-confessed innovator, both as an entrepreneur and problem solver. Passionate about design and quality, Ean has assisted in the development of leading brands as a trained lawyer, and has the business skills to navigate commercial issues. He knows how to create, protect and drive value from intellectual property.
Having qualified as a lawyer from Herbert Smith, Ean quickly realised that a pure legal career was not for him. Instead, he was more interested in how law was used in business rather than law as pure pursuit. After two more years of learning his legal craft, he moved in-house as General Counsel of Dialog Corporation, subsequently acquired by Thomson Reuters, and went on to join the global Pentland Group as Executive Director and General Counsel for 12 years and charged with international growth of its business.
Ean has worked and lived in the USA for 8 years, and has the benefit of legal experience in many global jurisdictions. With experience in creating, developing & concluding new business opportunities, including buying, selling and listing companies on the LSE and the NASDAQ, Ean knows all about risk assessment in business and when to grab an opportunity by the horns.
Such an opportunity was presented when Ean met Michael Sebhatu in 2012, with the latter impressing Ean with his genius and vision. After a period of time the two joined forces; an unlikely alliance of two very different people was formed, and Genius IP, owner of Quadsaw, was created.
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