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post #11 of 30
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Eh, I'll try using a sabre saw on scrap metal, and see if it works.
I seriously need to get a paypal... Can't buy anything off of Ebay.
Also, what would be considered "fine" tpi?
yes in saw/no other ones

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post #12 of 30
If you have hand drills, just stick a few dollar dremel cutting head on it, not quite as well sized and all, but the same basic thing, its just a motor....
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? Sorry, couldn't understand that. (phillipjos)
I'll just take it that I need 20+ tpi.
Thanks for the help.
And uhh, I don't think dremel heads are that big.
    
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post #14 of 30
if you already have a power drill, do yourself the favor and do whatever to get the 30 bucks or so for 4.5 inch holesaw. Or a bi-metal blade for your sabre saw (a lot cheaper). The pic above is a jigsaw. If thats what you have then get a blade for metal with at least 18 Teeth Per Inch (tpi)
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post #15 of 30
Hole saws sucks balls, unless your using one with a high speed drill in a press, they are HORRIBLE.

Dremel rip offs come with like 100 different bits and cost like $20, I bought mine for $15 during a sale.
post #16 of 30
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I don't have a dremel...
I could buy one though.
And I have one of those big stationary drills...
    
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post #17 of 30
you could always use a fly cutter if you can find an adjustable one that would be sweet. I have one some place I think,that can do 6 inch circles max. no clue on price,

do you have a Menards near you they have Tool shop brand which is their brand but they are usually cheap, and for cutting a computer case would be fine. or go the dremel route, what ever floats your squash.
post #18 of 30
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you could always use a fly cutter if you can find an adjustable one that would be sweet. I have one some place I think,that can do 6 inch circles max. no clue on price,

do you have a Menards near you they have Tool shop brand which is their brand but they are usually cheap, and for cutting a computer case would be fine. or go the dremel route, what ever floats your squash.
dont use that there not meant for cutting metal,trust me i have one very, dangerous imo
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post #19 of 30
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Hole saws sucks balls, unless your using one with a high speed drill in a press, they are HORRIBLE.
Why do you say this?

I've cut dozens of holes, all manner of sizes, with hole saws and a 12V cordless drill and have never had an issue.
post #20 of 30
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Hole saws sucks balls, unless your using one with a high speed drill in a press, they are HORRIBLE.
says you.
don't blame your tools
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