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Tomorrow I'm going to a house we're almost certainly buying. We've been there two times to check things out but tomorrow is the "inspection" day with official inspector. I don't know if there's a proper name for these things. Anyways, estate agent hired the inspector and that is pretty alarming. I'm there during the inspection and was wondering if there's stuff I should pay close attention to? Foundation, plumbing and insulation is solid, that much I know. What are the most important things to consider? I'm most concerned about mold hiding somewhere and becoming an issue down the line.

Plane Milling Aluminium with a Dremel

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I'm putting together a few combined preamps/headphone amps and I'll be using a case with a 4mm thick frontplate. Now, I'd love to use the Amphenol connector in the pic to have a neat looking 3.5mm headphone out below the 6.3mm phone jack to accommodate all kinds of headphones and enable listening with 2 pairs at once, however the little metal ring of the 3.5mm jack only protrudes 3mm from the casing. I figured I could make it work by milling an 8mm diameter, 1mm deep circle around the hole for the small jack, but I don't know whether that is possible with home tools. Is it possible to get a flat milled surface like that with a dremel? This bit looks like it might do the trick: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-DREMEL-HIGH-SPEED-CUTTER-BIT-115-HIGH-GRADE-STEEL-/230426400462?pt=Power_Tools&hash=item35a67bd6ce However, I don't know if it's even possible to use the top side of the bit to do the milling and if it is, I'm not sure how good the finished surface would look, and if it comes out rough I'd have no idea how to get it nice and smooth. Has anyone here ever done something like this without any real milling equipment? My dremel is rated at 175W btw, I think it's the strongest model they have.






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