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Old 03-12-2012, 11:58 AM
DHeal DHeal is offline
 
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I forgot to mention in my initial post that one of the benefits of using my band saw for these cuts was that I could easily hook up my shop vacuum to the band saw and vacuum away most of the fiberglass dust while cutting. Always use a mask -- that fiberglass dust is nasty stuff. I agree that the Dremel tool with cutting wheel works -- especially for the curvy cuts.
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