|Author:||sharkboy (registered user: 292 posts )|
|Date:||Fri, Sep 18th, 2009 @ 16:30 ( . )|
I was definitely not the person who lied to you Matt.
The process of working metal is a little tense for me, but the rewards for going slowly and carefully are high. I think the Greenlee chassis punches are the way to go, since I have never gotten a spade bit to work very successfully. I've heard people who love forstner bits for it, but I've only used those on plastic (much better than spade bits for what I was doing).
I guess the most important things are safety, patience, drill press, time, sharp bits, punches, patience, backing stock, patience, dremel, patience.
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