March 2008 Issue
The Home Machinist
Need to cut a precise hole? No problem—it’s easier than you think.
Taking that first cut into the sheet metal of an aircraft panel can be daunting, and being as precise as you’d like is even more so. Author Bob Fritz eases your anxiety about the process with some tips about how to use the right tool for the right job, so that the hole you get is the one you wanted.
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