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Thread: Cutting holes in sheet metal and other dangerous tales

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    All that is... is sheet metal scissors. You can get them at any hardware store. That wont help you cut clean holes.
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    Oh, nevermind. I was hoping it was specially designed for cutting out holes like what I was talking about.

    I have a nibbler and sheet metal scissors, but they're both too big for this type of application.

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    Tin snips are just nice if you have stuff that's hard to cut. I used it to fit some 6x9 speakers in the back, but its really ugly and I need to use a dremel.
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    Just go to your local college and ask if you can use their laser router. just design what even you need to cut out in a monocrome coral draw file and the machine with cut it out for you. I had a friend that had a laser ingraving router, you can use those too, but you just have to make sure that you have the engraver "print" over at least 20-30 times.
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