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Re: [BKARTS] Drilling Paper



If you get a Challenge, you can make your own bits any size you
need after a few measurements to get the dimentions and taper.

Cost per bit to make your own, about twenty dolars each. The
accuracy and repeatability you can get from a precision
printer's drill? Priceless.

MaiKätzchen
--- William Minter <wminter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Feb 25, 2006, at 2:57 PM, Silver MayKitten wrote:
> 
> > Better yet, watch for auctions and buy a used printer's
> drill.
> >
> ******************************
> Do printer's drills have a 1/16" drill bit? If so, I could
> use one for 
> my paper drill --- where can I get one? I thought they only
> had 1/8" 
> and larger?
> Thanks.
> Bill
> 
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