RnFR wrote:but for enclosures, i use the real thing
RnFR wrote:i've got one as well. great for drilling pcb's, but for enclosures, i use the real thing.
ibodog2 wrote:pedalcrazy wrote:RnFR wrote:i've got one as well. great for drilling pcb's, but for enclosures, i use the real thing.
I wish I had the room for the real deal. Ill have to settle for the little guy. Or, is it not worth it and should I stay with hand drilling with my cordless?
I think it really depends on the quantity of pedals you plan on doing and whether you've got some other use for it (and space to store it). I've got that dremel one you posted and I have a hard time keeping the chuck tight on the bit when drilling an enclosure with it. So I went back to the hand drill.
timbo_93631 wrote:I got this one on sale from grizzly.com for $89 last year when I was outfitting my new shop. You just can't beat the precision you get even from a cheaper drill press like this. I build amps and effects and I use it regularly. I have even done some custom pickgaurds and pickup rings with it set for high speed using plastic routing bits. Great for staking turrets too! The depth gauge was a joke though. It has paid for itself already.
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