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Actually, I find that both of these tools does not give a very clean hole.  I
prefer using a tool that actually cuts out the hole.  The bits are like the
tools used for punching holes in leather.  You fit them into a handle which
rotates as you push down, thus cutting a clean hole.  I bought this tool with
a selection of bits many years ago from Colophon.  I don't know if they still
carry them.

Pamela Rups
Computer Multimedia Specialist
University Computing Services
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI  49008
(616) 387-5016

> Dear friends,
> Thanks very much for all the useful particulars about drills, Dremels, etc.
> You have been a terrific help in my figuring this out. I appreciate your
> taking time to share your thoughts. Thanks!
> (Safe and significant new year. I like that, Sam)
> Best wishes,
> Linda Lanza

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