• Drilling scales with a Dremel?

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

    https://sharprazorpalace.com/worksho...ml#post1516458

    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.

    Thanks

    Simon
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