Years ago they used half round drills for drilling in glass and hard tile. Before the current carbide drills became affordable. You put a wall of clay or putty around the spot and mixed up some light oil and grit to form a paste used a drill press to put the hole in only did it once that it worked well. I guess that it was a quired touch. Perfer the modern diamond glass drills or the carbide grit drills of today LOL.
Have a number of Delta jig saw blade packets with blades for cutting bone, leather, cardboard or paper. About 6-8 teeth to the inch. weird looking blades.
Been there, probally broke it doing that
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Been there, probably broke it, doing that!
I am not a lawyer, and never played one on TV!
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