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I am up the river without a paddle...ARRRGH!!! WHO AM I KIDDING? I AM TOTALLY SCREWED! What do you guys think I should use to cut my sheet metal!?!? I can't find anything to cut it with and my alst dremel bit used for that broke!!!!

 

ARRRGHH!!!!!

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If it's thin enough, you may be able to use tin snips, otherwise you may have to get either a real grinder, or a dremel bit made for tougher metal.

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jigsaw with the right blade.

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bah, hammer and a nail. takes a lil work. But it makes a nice rough cut.

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Try a Nibbler. Takes a while, but it works pretty well. I used one for my first window mod and it came out perfect. Just outline the area you want cut and then "nibble" away......

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Ha~ha chavalcito! My lord, so immature. Had you moved your eyes yet another 1/8",

You would've seen that i was talking about sheet metal. Nibbler, eh? I saw that once or twice, real nice, I'll say. Hammer with a nail? haven't heard that before.....creative....

My jigsaw is shot.....but i found a metal-cutting rotary saw blade.......works pretty nice.

What kind of dremel attachment? could you give the specifics? like name and stuff?

Also, sorry if I was rude at all here....My allergies are really bad today.

 

I am sleepy and have allergies:

Mr Black Cat

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One of these with as many tpi on a bimetal saw as you can get.

 

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I just got done building two separate gold dredge sluiceboxes from scratch with 0.063" aluminum...so I KNOW this'll work for you!

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