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    Default Best dremel bit

    My lamptron fc touch fan controller does not fit flush with the front bezel of the case. Seeing as I have a bunch of down time I want to make it flush. I tried making the mounting holes bigger as in elongating the holes bigger to the front of the case with my dremel and a carbide bit but I think the bit was a lit bit to big. The bit would grab and pull the tool into the hole uncontrollably. I think if I get a smaller bit it might work better. I also can not get a completely straight shot at it. Any have any suggestions?
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    Default Re: Best dremel bit

    high speed
    get the thing to top speed and insted of approaching at a 90 degree angle come in at 45
    start the grove you want, then add a TINY bit of pressure and straighten out till you have the shape you want
    work it back and forth a wee bit as you go

    two hands on the tool, and one elbow on the table make for best tool control
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    Default Re: Best dremel bit

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    high speed
    get the thing to top speed and insted of approaching at a 90 degree angle come in at 45
    start the grove you want, then add a TINY bit of pressure and straighten out till you have the shape you want
    work it back and forth a wee bit as you go

    two hands on the tool, and one elbow on the table make for best tool control
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    Default Re: Best dremel bit

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    high speed
    get the thing to top speed and insted of approaching at a 90 degree angle come in at 45
    start the grove you want, then add a TINY bit of pressure and straighten out till you have the shape you want
    work it back and forth a wee bit as you go

    two hands on the tool, and one elbow on the table make for best tool control

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    Default Re: Best dremel bit

    Or just use a small round file instead

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    Default Re: Best dremel bit

    Thanks guys I am going to go shopping at home depot in the morning and see if I can find a carbide bit with a smaller diameter and a small round file. I will try the file first and go from there. Thanks for the great answers.
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    Default Re: Best dremel bit

    Have you tried using one of the drill presses for your tool yet? I know that Craftsman and Dremel both make them, and though I don't have one yet myself, I've used one and they're really nice. I suggest to also take a lot of time and patience to approach it as carefully as possible.

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