• Drilling scales with a Dremel?

    Dremel Tool: Pros and Cons
    A lot of views for using the DREMEL a


    Looking to start making scales and I'm wondering if a Dremel in a stand would be accurate enough to drill holes in scales. I'm not really wanting to buy a bench mounted drill as I'm not planning to do all that many (famous last words!) Would the Dremel be good enough to get going? I don't think drilling by hand would work for me, I'm not that skilful.


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  • STF

    Interesting W&B find.

    Just thinking, some things like coins and stamps for example are worth a lot if they have mistakes.

    That spelling mistake must make it

    STF Today, 08:51 PM Go to last post

    Sun 26th Sun - Sat 2nd Jul

    Happy birthday, Pete. Hope you had a great one

    markbignosekelly Today, 08:49 PM Go to last post

    Guns Guns and MORE Guns

    The last statistics I seen on gun ownership for the US......6 weapons per person of legal age of 18. That's average. Some, like myself, have way

    outback Today, 08:13 PM Go to last post

    51 MG restoration.

    Advance it til it rattles, Mike. Back it off til it don't. See how it starts-up.
    You should really see what total advance is up to 3000 RPM...

    sharptonn Today, 08:01 PM Go to last post

    Interesting W&B find.

    I think it was just a simple spelling mistake. Literacy rates for the working class at the time were quite low.

    Nice rat(t)ler by the way

    markbignosekelly Today, 07:58 PM Go to last post


    I'm all shook-up!

    Yes! Good for wrapping tasty morsels!

    sharptonn Today, 07:54 PM Go to last post


    I use bacon "bits&pieces" when I am cooking for myself. I use thick cut bacon when cooking for others.

    Never maple flavor

    spazola Today, 06:30 PM Go to last post

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