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    Default tools for case cutting?

    Hi there, I recently purchased a case window kit. It comes with a nibbler for cutting but from reading some how-to's I found using this was NOT recommended. Anyone ever install a window and/or use a nibbler on their side panel? Suggestions or tips on acrylic windows would be great, Thanks

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    Go your local hardware store n get multitool.. it dosen't have to be dremel. .bout 25 bucks and u shoud get one. and some get masking tape too.. n goggles

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    well I do have a dremel w/ lots of fittings so if the nibbler(?lol) doesnt work out I'll let the sparks fly.

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