Stitch drilling is a specialized technique used in construction and engineering. It involves drilling closely-spaced holes that are connected to form a larger hole or opening. It's used when
traditional drilling methods aren't feasible, and precision drilling is required, such as for electrical or plumbing installations. Stitch drilling is non-destructive and minimizes damage to
surrounding areas, making it ideal for sensitive materials or structures. It's commonly used for creating openings in concrete, electrical and plumbing installations, and demolition work.