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Slot the Post, 2

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Slot the Post, 2
Now cut a notch from the end of the post to just off-center of the hole. Make a second cut as close to the first one as you can without it cutting into the previous notch. It will leave about 1/2mm of material which will fall out when you finish the second cut.
Posted by Canalligator on September 9, 2012 Full Size|

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2 Comments

Reply Canalligator
9:34 PM on September 11, 2012 
Probably do a better job with either of those. Dremel would be way too slow for my tastes, but a very narrow wheel in a cutoff tool would do the job.
Reply The Grumpy Old Squid
8:05 PM on September 10, 2012 
Another way to do this cut is with a Dremel moto-tool or the like and a grinding/cutting wheel.