hey man i dont got a dremel so i do it the ghetto way but i do need to get a dremel :biggrin:Originally posted by 3rdCoast_Kobra@Aug 26 2003, 11:20 PM
Hey Wgrydaz....The only time a dremel will leave a big gap is when you use like a thick cutting disk. If you use the one myself and several others are speaking of it will leave a very thine and fine cut. The disk itself is around $5 or so...its a small thin metal disk with a finely serated edge. It is the best way to go when cutting doors, trunks or anything else...it is by far better than using Thread, but hey...to each there own, que no. :biggrin:
well you take some thread........draw a line or follow the groove of the piece you want to cut and start puling the thread in a sawing motion with a little down force (not to much or it will break). It cuts threw the plastic rather quickly...just make sure you dont go outside the groove or line.Originally posted by Purpura Delujo@Aug 27 2003, 02:30 AM
I used a normal scalpel for my `94 Impala, fucked up though and the bottom door sills snapped off :angry: How do you cut it with sewing thread?