|11-20-2012 02:41 PM|
|GMYukonon24s||Sheet metal snips like DogFish said|
|11-19-2012 03:44 AM|
Bonsai etc, use and well, many other projects..........
Snips are relatively cheap.
|11-19-2012 03:43 AM|
|11-18-2012 05:49 PM|
|ChadRamsey||trauma shears cut it like butter|
|11-18-2012 04:41 PM|
Scissor type metal shears. Try you're best to cut in the middle of the "row" you are cutting. If you bend a few of the short ends that stick out "up" and "down" to lock in the 4 perimeter stands, that can help keep your square from coming apart.
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|09-26-2012 09:46 PM|
|slavecorps||When you cut the SS mesh, are the places where the wire intersects held together, or does the weave have a tendency to fall apart? I used some mesh in the past that just kind of fell apart when I tried to work with it and haven't used any since.|
|09-26-2012 09:22 PM|
No Sheet Metal Snips???
How can you be a DIY guy without Snippers?
BTW - Dremel tool, best tool purchase I've ever made.
|09-26-2012 07:34 PM|
|jamesbaptista||Dremel. But only for lack of metal shears|
|09-26-2012 07:31 PM|
|antbug||I used my dremel on mine. Sheet metal cutters would work better, but I didn't have any.|
|09-26-2012 07:18 PM|
|maverickbr77||ya I was figuring either sheet metal sheers or a cutting disk on my dremel. Just checking to see what others were using in case they found some off the wall way to do it that work really well.|
|09-26-2012 05:12 AM|
|eco||I use sheet metal shears|
|09-26-2012 05:09 AM|
cutting SS mesh
A big sheet of SS mesh found its way into my possession and I was wonder what the easiest way to cut it down into more manageable pieces would be?