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126 gauge galvanized sheet metal
1Brads or Nails
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To reduce the risk of injury user must read instruction manuals for all tools used in this project. Wear eye and respiratory protection. Use clamps to support work piece whenever practical.
First, cut the stakes to desired length and shape with your Saw-Max™. Then, using your Dremel Multi-Max™, sand the edges to get a clean smooth appearance.
Next, finish your stakes as desired. We stained ours and applied a coat of varnish to seal and protect them.
Next, using the Dremel 200 cut sheet metal plaques with EZ409 EZ Lock™ 1-1/2" Thin Cut, Cut-off Wheels. Grind sharp edges smooth with the 932 Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone and drill holes at each corner using the 631-01 Brad Point Drill Bit Set.
Finally, attach the plaques to your stakes using brads or small finish nails and etch your desired names with Dremel 200 and 113 Engraving Cutter.
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