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Thread: how to cut your case for a Window Kit




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    lol ya its electrically powered......I can't even imagine 30 thousand RPM no hard driveruns at that or fans or engines or anything now that you think about it picture spinning 30 thousand times every minute.....jeezes christ

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    CAN YOU IMAGINE THAT ...lol...i got the same dremel...and i used lil' squirts water to cut a hole on my side panel without letting the wheel get too hot.
    - Damien

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    lol squirts of water? I didn't even think of that......I did notice however the fiberglass glowing red a little bit during the cutting I went through 3 freakin wheels just to cut that hole in my case.....was it worth it? yes its a hundred bucks well spent

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    You gotta post your pics man...i wanna see it...and did you cut any blow holes on the P-Glass?
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    I've never used one of the fiberglass reinforced wheels. Only the thin sandstone looking type, once you get the wheel through the case it just chews through like nobody's business -- definitely attributable to the high RPM's.
    They are very inexpensive $4 to $5 US for a pack of 20. You just have to hold them very steady, any twisting at all and they will shatter like glass -- safety goggles or glasses are a must have.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    for something like a window i don't know why people use dremels?
    it's far easier and quicker using a jigsaw for a window if you have a steady hand, which you need anyway.
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    umm, 'cause I don't have a jigsaw and Wiggo refuses to let me borrow his laser:cry:
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    yeah i agree with most everyone here just use a drummel or dewault and cut it.. it should work out just fine :D
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    RD the case look bad as FACK!!! I like the one with the window...wow...real nice man...gotta give you props....my system is really simple...but your looks great...i like the style of the case too...GJ MAN...:thumb:
    - Damien

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    lol thanks.........I friend got this case and I fell in love with it on the spot I just had to have it....

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