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In Topic: My Modding Business

03 June 2009 - 10:22 AM

If you want to start a business, here are a few tips.

1: Spell things correctly. Wrapped in paper.

2: Provide pictures of your work, especially when offering painting services.

3: Provide all information up front, Price, Shipping Charges, Payment Methods and Turnaround Time.

Good luck.

In Topic: See Through Nerf Shells

02 June 2009 - 04:48 PM

Like This perhaps?

The PowerClip was clear/blue, the Splitfire is clear/green. I haven't seen others.

In Topic: How To Not Lose Fingers To A Longshot

29 May 2009 - 03:40 PM

Will you PLEASE edit your damn first post so that it's correct?

"How not to LOSE fingers to an LS"

Loose is what your... Well, I won't finish that thought.

In Topic: Dremel Accident

25 May 2009 - 09:55 AM

I recently got a set of Dremel's fairly new "EZ-Lock" cutting wheels for plastic, and the special mandrel they require, and I am impressed - I have yet to wear out the first wheel. More expensive than the red junky wheels, but now I see it's probably more cost-effective too.

These are the disks I use, EZ-Lock for Plastic and Metal, they are quite possibly the best cutting wheels I've ever had for the dremel.

In Topic: The New Hereti Corp. Assault Rifle

16 May 2009 - 08:16 PM

I looked all over the internet I couldn't find anything on a precision extension. I have metal cut-off wheels and I have pretty steady hands, yet I still can't make straight cuts. So I was wondering where you get the precision extension or any tool that makes perfect straight cuts.

I'm pretty sure that the accessory he was referring to is a Craftsman Shaper Table very much like this

No bob, that's in fact NOT what I'm talking about and if you'll note the date that I was all excited about smoothy my handles, you'll note I wrote this post WAY before I got a router table attachment for my rotary tool.

I'm talking about the 225-01 Flex Shaft Attachment put out by Dremel.

I have a steady hand and can make straight cuts with it. Alternatively you can put it in a vice and manipulate the brass instead of the tool.