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Old 16-03-15, 12:23 AM
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Well Kambo, if you've seen my Woodbox I've already needed two of those. Lucky for me (I think?) I don't feel it anyway

Nice guide there Wraith, now if only I had to money for a dremel

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Old 16-03-15, 12:28 AM
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Telling someone they 'should' have something, or they 'need' a piece of equipment to do any particular mod well is just wrong and so I think saying essential is really not the right term. There are a few tools on the list i've never used similarly i've never really seen anyone use a lathe to do rigid tubing

I think it needs to be a guide, a set of starting points and not necessarily comprehensive, because it never will be.

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Tis' true dude, but for instance Quote the drill piece, "if" your modding a case and need to remove rivets, you will need a drill, true you could do the same thing with a dremel but drill bits are far cheaper than dremel bits.. I think just change it to a guide, better for all.

True I think the title needs changing though. If a Mod could change the title to OC3D Tools Guide. that would be sweet.

EDIT: @Feronix heard great things about this set from eBuyer only £14
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Old 16-03-15, 11:42 AM
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I'm sorry, cant take this post seriously while there a cheap no name cordless drill pictured... can we photoshop a proper cordless in there please





(Just joking, great idea here with this post, might help some people who just starting out)

I would suggest something like this though as an essential for anyone who messes about with computers;



Also a set of these....



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I almost forgot these as well close to hand



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Old 16-03-15, 11:53 AM
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I would suggest something like this though as an essential for anyone who messes about with computers;

I absolutely hate those. Look at all those tips and how many are actually useful if you build PC's? Literally just PH0 and PH1. If you own a Parvum H2.5, oh wait, there isn't one. If you want to take certain GPU's apart, a T6, oh wait...

Everyone always uses the wrong size tip, they quickly get ruined and then go about destroying screw heads. The handles are way too big and cumbersome and the tips end up moving in the shaft. Just buy a quality hardened PH0 and be done with it.

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Old 16-03-15, 11:57 AM
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GG, good guide.

I can't wait until I graduate, I'll finally be free to earn some dosh and invest in some nice tools.
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Old 16-03-15, 01:37 PM
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these additional inputs from others might want to rethink their comments. They aren't "essential" at all. I don't need a screwdriver with multiset. It is however recommended!
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Old 16-03-15, 04:02 PM
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You guys, you forgot Dicehunters weapon of choice!

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Old 16-03-15, 04:26 PM
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EDIT: @Feronix heard great things about this set from eBuyer only £14
Aye, I think I've seen that before. A bit anxious to buy a powertool that cheap though. It can't be very good quality? :s

Also Shaun, edited your post so the image is no longer hotlinked.
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Old 16-03-15, 04:28 PM
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Also Shaun, edited your post so the image is no longer hotlinked.
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Old 16-03-15, 05:47 PM
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Small update to the Cleaning section including TIMs and Cleaners, still working on Specialty & Precision Tools which should be up tonight or tomorrow.
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