On Tue, 16 Feb 2016 09:45:38 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
Thanks for the info. I learned something new. I have never dealt with
palm trees since they dont grow up here in the north.
Apparently their wood is very porous.
Is there any use for that wood? For lumber or firewood?
Yes, but most "stores" sell either individual bits (at an ooutrageous
price) *or* "864 piece kits" (with 863 of them being little bits of
I was hoping to find a *kit* of metal bits similar to what I posted
(above URLs) -- in a better price than the $6/each (bit!) by way
of being part of a larger "collection" (yet better quality than the
On 2/16/2016 7:32 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
These appear to be "abrasive" (as in "gritty"). I was hoping for
something more along the lines of:
I want to be able to aggressively remove material -- within the constraints
of the dinky abilities of such a tool.
In the past, I've used this to:
- "route" channels for wires between dimensioned lumber and drywall
- reshape a weep hole in the bottom (metal) pan of swamp cooler
- shape PVC parts to specific contours
- remove high spots on (installed!) aluminum and copper flashing
I.e., places where "fineness of finish" isn't as important as
"(re)moving a lot in a little time"
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