--- In STMFC@..., "Gene Green" <bierglaeser@...> wrote:
--- In STMFC@..., "pierreoliver2003" <pierre.oliver@>
I'm going to jump in here and mention that for all of the holes I
drill in resin , I use a Dremel Mini-Mite. A battery powered moto-
If you're careful and use the right feed rate and speed you can alsoInteresting. My son uses a similar technique. He regulates the speed
successfully use this tool for styrene as well.
Drilling 36 holes becomes a job of mere minutes.
by choosing batteries already run down by the appropriate amount.
Gene: I had a friend in the eighties who would regulate the speed of
his Dremel by wiring light bulb sockets in series with the tool. By
screwing in different sized bulbs he could get different speeds. Yes I
know that's doing it the hard way but that was the sort of fellow he was.