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Topic: Dremel Tool and Keyboards  (Read 829 times)
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« on: January 05, 2005 06:14:01 PM »

I just got me a Dremel tool (thanks Easter bunny), and I have liitle or no idea what its practical applications are.  Yeah, I see what they can do on the box...but that just doesn't seem practical to me...or at best, things that you really only need to do about once in a lifetime. 

Also, I ripped the keys out of two qwerty keyboards.  Any thoughts on what I should be doing with them?  They are currently in a little basket and form a bed for the remote controls.  That's fine with me, too.

Plus, this is my first post, and that's the best I got.  Sorry gang.

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« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2005 06:29:39 PM »

send um to me!  Grin hehe...actually you can do lots of crafty things...you can use the dremal tool to drill holes into objects to turn them into beads, or sand things down....endless possabilities! keyboard keys can be used in jewlery or made into magnets for on the fridge!  Cheesy
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