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Hi David,

Depending on the thicknees of the material you have to cut i use a combination of tools .... the minicraft drill is great with a flexible shaft drive and a diamond/slitting disc in at very low speed steady progress can be made, if you have the space and the thickness of the plastic isnt too great a nibbling tool used gently gives good clean cut results, the razor saw is another alternative to the disc.
 

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QUOTE (neil_s_wood @ 7 Dec 2008, 21:30) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I used a Leatherman blade with serated edge for the larger parts, a scalpel for the smaller parts and drilled small holes to allow more vents for the sound to exit.

Could you enlighten me as to what a leatherman blade is please Neil
 
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