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what bit piece for dremel to use

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vietp13

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i have this case its like metal-steel and i dont know what bit to use, can anyone refer me to a piece that would cut it nice like butta?
 
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vietp13

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lowes have them too right, cause lowes is much closer to my house
 

Smirabi

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and for sanding out the edges, look for one of the tungsten carbide bits, they eat through steel like butter and never dull (mine hasnt anyway) but it does send out like a million shards of very thin steel, everywhere. so wear lots of protection on hands, face, arms, everything.

good luck
mod on.
 

graycat

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If you want to cut a big hole or window on steel case, jig saw is much more practical. Dremel is just too slow to make a long cut. That is mt experience.
 
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vietp13

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cool thanks guys imma stop by lowes after x-mas perhaps the sell will be great hehe