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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by ChuckenGirl, Feb 13, 2008.
what would you use to cut the side and top?
I used a roto-zip
I know some people have used dremel tools. I would think a hobby type razor knife would work well. Depends somewhat on your cooler. I've had some where you could use a drill or almost any sharp pointed object to make a hole and then cut with a heavy pair of sissors. I've had others that it would have taken a dremel tool or an electric drill to get a hole and then a hacksaw to cut.
For my plastic cooler, I used a utility knife (like a box cutter type).
I drilled a largish hole first to get a good start with the knife and then just ran the knife over and over to 'score' the lines and then make the final cut.
I used a drill to start the hole, then used a jigsaw.
I used a flat wood carving tool. You basically punch it out with anything you can find that's thin and sharp.