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How can I estimate where the drill point will come out when drilling an angled hole through a wall?

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I need to drill a hole through a wall for an overflow pipe (half inch). The outside of the building is clad in expensive tiles. The inside wall, through which the pipe must pass, has a cupboard in front of it.  Hence, there can be no guessing where the hole comes out or goes in!  Is there anyone who has some experience they can share with me so that I can do this with some acuracy.


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02/11/2017 in Handyman by SIPSA

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