Quote Originally Posted by Donald Qualls
Well, maybe it's just me, but...

In the time it takes me to decide which micro twist drill I want, figure out if I still have one that's not broken, get the correct tiny vial, extract one drill, chuck it in the pin vise, retrieve the other four from the table top before they can roll off on the rug to vanish forever, get another one out to replace the one that bent or broke when I dropped the pin vise to catch the escapers, rechuck, drill the hole, and (if I haven't broken the bit) put the drill away again, I could have made four or five holes with a needle and fine sandpaper or oilstone, measured them on my scanner, and chosen the best looking and/or closest to the size I need -- and not have used up/broken/lost ten bucks worth of micro twist drills...
Don't confuse the issue with logic Donald.

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