Thin cut


Thin cut

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I am looking for the thinest cut possible in plastic.

I have the hand held Dremel and am looking to cut a very thin line in plastic. As thin as possible, THIN! Thinner than the wheel that comes in the kit.

Is there an accessorie?

Thanks

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Hi Bradley – you can try a 409 cut-off wheel (.025" or 0.6 mm thick). This might be the thinness you're looking for, although we'd recommend testing the cut on a piece of extra stock first. Plastic can melt when you try to cut it, so you may need to try a slower speed or make multiple cuts in order for it to work. Good luck.
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Hope this will also help me for cutting Pexigless acrylic sheets also!!Smile

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