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Old 06/30/2008, 11:04 PM   #1
Gordonious
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Question Dremel bit recommendation?

I really like the article. I read it a long time ago, but at the time didn't have a fungia yet. My first one is coming through qt now and it is beautiful. I plan on purchasing another soon that is not so beautiful so I won't be as scared to cut it and can practice on it. I don't plan on chopping the corals up as soon as they get through qt, but would like to have the tools needed on hand. I also plan on cutting up a favia soon that I have had for a while and need to order a bit for my dremel.

"much larger diamond cutoff wheels can be found and can be useful for some purposes." I appriciate the comment as well as the link, but which one? The page linked to at the bottom of the article has many different options and I would have no clue what to try.

Thanks,
Jon


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