Shall I get a 10 dollar "nibbler" (intimidating name, I dare not utter it aloud, but typing is "ok")
or just stick with my 95$ Dremel, but have to go buy a 20$ accessory kit to get a nice # of disks and other accessories I need anyways?
EDIT! Perhaps a combination of the two!!!! I use chalk with a compass (black case) and i nibble out to about 77mm or so, so that the chalk is still visible, then i use my dremel grinder to smooth it out, then a wire thingy to make it nice!<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by KeeperHET on 04/19/05 01:36 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
There are 3 nibblers, straight line, curve left and curve right.
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Nibblers do cause minor warping at the edge of the cut. Heck, you'd might as well clamp the sheet between a couple boards and use a jigsaw...
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