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Old January 14, 2013, 09:33 AM
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Originally Posted by lowfat View Post
A jigsaw will definitely work better for larger cuts. Just make sure you get the proper blades for metal.
very extra fine and max TPI rating or

Carbide (grit) but need a varible speed saw to run slow and water to cool blade

for a clean cut

or fastest cut a hole inside of cut out and use tin snips to cut hole then dremel edges smooth with tube sander or hand file then wet paper on file to polish edge

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