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Prior to doing mods I have not had any power tool experience, electrical skills, nor painting abilities; never really built anything... Until I discovered case modding! I spent days in the garage making un-straight cuts, scuffing up the factory paint job, using math I thought I would never use outside of high school. What I can say is that I’m proud of what I built. (I did not own any of these tools, beforehand. But surprisingly they weren’t too expensive.) About 1 year ago. One of the greatest moments, is getting the parts to your first computer. An here it is put together. OH the Newbie I was. YES that's a SSD twist tied to had side of the drive bays... A few component upgrades later… And finally… I was happy.
Hi Guys and Girls This thread is a Quick Guide for people that don't have a band saw, scroll saw or a jigsaw and want to use the Dremel to cut some acrylic. Here is a few Steps that make it a bit easier to work with what you have got: 1. Mark the Cut out on your material 2. Find a ling straight piece of wood and some clamps. 3. Line it up about 1mm away from the line and clam down 4. You want to make sure if you press the mandrel against the timber the cutting wheel sits on the line. 5.Before Cutting make sure you have your glasses on. 6. Try and make a continuous cut without stopping, the straighter you hold the dremel the better your cut will be. That is it guys hope it helps one or two people. now off to get me a Band saw and a Scroll saw