|Dec 18, 2011, 11:30 PM|
Dremel disk 542, plywood, AXN hover one
A couple of months ago I had to re-create a 3mm firewall for my HobbyKing Yak55 after an unfortunate crash.
Used hand tools and cut-off dremel disk that I had really frustrated me. I started looking for a tool better suited for working with small wood parts. The Dremel disk 542 seemed promising, and I ordered one.
I recently had the opportunity to put it to test when the AXN Hover One firewall and nose landing gear started showing wear marks. I was REALLY happy with how this disk cuts through and files plywood. Here are some pics.
I'll let you be the judges, Cheers!
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