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You can use one of them big circular drill bits, the ones for cutting circles, or if you can't get one of them you can always use a dremel but this could be tricky. I did mine with a dremel and lets just say the holes could of been better.
 

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for doing this I wouldnt recomend using a dremel especially if you havent much experience using one. You can get drill bits which drill a circle and cut out the peice you want.
 

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Originally Posted by rhoel

The hole saw is the way to go. It just takes a few seconds and you are done. I couldn't imagine doing it with a dremel.

dremels alot of work, mine started as a decagon ish creature then i put the sanding bit on and made it a circle, looks decent tho
 

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i used a jigsaw with a precious metals blade

worked absolutely perfect, i put down a layer of masking tape then cut it.. no shards or anything, a nice smooth surface
 
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