- May 22, 2016
I'll have to try a hack saw. I was using a rotary tool and I ruined a cutting wheel. The Other half of the pot broke into bits.I bought a cheap hacksaw from Ace hardware. I would start with that. I don't know what I would do if that didn't work.
When making hides for my snake I used plastic pots. I could burn or cut them however I needed to. Easy clean up.
I just finished exams two weeks ago and tomorrow I get to start studying for the worst exam of my life, the bar exam. Its about 10 weeks away. Good bye summer I guess. I have about 8 hours of study scheduled for tomorrow to kick off the FUN!I'm feeling this hardcore... my last class ended last week and I'm afraid to look at my final grade
Dead on. The "spike" part of the hammer is called a claw, by the way
I'd advise against using a rotary tool to cut it. I've tried the Dremel idea, and even with the bit specifically designed for cutting terra cotta it took far too long. Fiberglass cutoff wheels are next to useless on them... just produces a smoke that hurts your throat for a few daysI'll have to try a hack saw. I was using a rotary tool and I ruined a cutting wheel. The Other half of the pot broke into bits.