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So I am wanting to do some case modding. I wanted to start with cutting holes for wire management.

I have a craftsman type dremel tool. But I am not sure which discs I should use. Or, if I would need other tools as well.

What are some tools you guys use for your case modding adventures?
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your gonna need this:http://www.dremel.com/en-us/AttachmentsAndAccessories/Pages/AttachmentsDetail.aspx?pid=687-01
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These are amazing:

http://www.dremel.com/en-us/AttachmentsAndAccessories/Pages/AttachmentsDetail.aspx?pid=426

Also, a spiral saw Is good for fine corner and detail work and sanding drums are good for smoothing things out.

Biggest thing though is just take your time, patience makes for good work.
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