This might be a stupid question, but what method do you guys feel works best for:
- Making clean holes in neoprene sheets (for screws ect.)
- Shaping (ie. cutting) neoprene
- Making a clean large circular hole that can fit tighly around the EVAP head.
So far I have only used the most strightforward method of cutting with a exacto-knife or just plain scissors, and that works ok for straight cuts, but I'm having a hard time making a "perfect" circle for the EVAP head, and it would preferable if it was snug enough to make airproof with a little dielectric grease in the joins, and for that it needs to be better than what I can cut by hand in these thick sheets. Got any smart tricks to use?
And for the holes, my only two ideas are either to use a very thin drill and try to drill it carefully just as if it were wood, but I don't know if that will just shred it to pieces instead. Perhaps it better just to push a hole through with a nail or something instead? Again, any tips?