- 21 Jan 2007
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That's a rubbish design, should the silicone fail water will track back inside behind the panel.
your grinder or multitool will bounce off the surface and mark the acrylic as your’e trying to get a start on it!What's the worst that could happen...
your grinder or multitool will bounce off the surface and mark the acrylic as your’e trying to get a start on it!
dremel or nothing for me .
yep thin cutting disc. no vibration . will fly through 4mm acrylic. I also fear a steel multitool blade would heat up and want to stick itself to the plastic.Might be an excuse for a new tool then. What is about the Dremel tool you like for this type of job? I haven't used one before but I'm guessing they would be less aggressive with the cut? Would you use one of the thin cutting discs or any other bit/technique?
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