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Black and Decker Wizard Rotary Tool??

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Jan 21, 2002
Chicago, IL
I was at my local black and decker outlet store and they had a great deal on the Wizard Cordless Rotary tool. It was only $20 so I picked one up because I plan on doing some modding when I install my water cooling system. I was wondering what blades should I use to cut the case, and is the Wizard powerful enough to cut the case?

The Rotary tool is pretty much the same as a dremel, as far as I know. To cut metal. you want either the fiber-reinforced or emery cutting wheels. Not knowing what you got with it for $20, you might have to pick up the mandrel for the cutting wheels.
I have a wizard, I use it for lots of things, for big cuts it will take a VERY long time so i use a Jigsaw for that. I recommend the fiberglass reinforced cutting discs. I got 2 with mine. They are big and black with a mesh in them.