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    Dremels, drills and all the cute little bits and wheels you can find...
    And don't forget the heat gun.
    and a whole lot more talent that I will ever have.... LOL Great work!!
     

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    OMG Spookywoods! Congratulations, That is really impressive!! Glad to see your guy is using a respirator. That suff is really messy when you use a grinder. Any reason you do mot use a hot wire foam carver?
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    That's me in the picture. There is no way I would do it without a respirator. Even with one on I would still choke up a few beads here and there. Ear plugs, goggles and a respirator are a must. An air hose is nice to have around as well.
    I do actually use the HotWire brand tools but I don't like being tied down to just a certain set of tools.

    And Barry, thanks. I just make it up as I go
    Last edited by SpookywoodsFX.com; 05-05-2008 at 06:42 PM.
     

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    Well I think we all agree that the hotwire would be alot more useful if it didnt cool down so fast when it hits the foam...makes for a really slow process.
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    [n8 creative studios]
     

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    For large rough work, I like using an electric barbecue starter hooked to a dimmer. It doesn't cool down as fast as the wire.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infoamtek View Post
    For large rough work, I like using an electric barbecue starter hooked to a dimmer. It doesn't cool down as fast as the wire.
    I've heard of that. Got plans for one? I would like to try that out!
     

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    That really is awesome! Alot of time and hardwork tied up in all that. Ive done some foam work but not on such a large scale. Time consuming and very messy!
    Damon
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    We ended up ordering these a couple of weeks ago. I will say they shipped them super fast. I got them within the week.
    Jared Layman
     

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